Inpatient Social Worker-Lgsw

Lifebridge Health, Inc. Baltimore , MD 21203

Posted 7 months ago

The Inpatient Social Worker, in collaboration with the clinical team and medical provider, provides patient and family advocacy, discharge planning coordination, and psychosocial intervention for the high risk inpatient on our Mother/Baby Unit. The Social Worker strives to promote patient and family wellness, improved care outcomes, and access to appropriate hospital and community resources among a patient population with complex health needs.

Seasoned professional knowledge; equivalent to a Master's degree; knowledge in more than one discipline.

LCSW/LCSW-C preferred. MSW required. For candidates currently employed by LifeBridge as a Social Worker, this requirement will be lifted. 3-5 years of experience.

MD Social Work License per level of education. Demonstrates the ability to follow verbal instructions, as well as the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Facility: Part of LifeBridge Health, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore features state-of-the-art facilities and renowned Centers of Excellence some with national and international acclaim.

As the largest community hospital and the third largest teaching hospital in Maryland, Sinai Hospital's mission is to provide quality patient care, educate medical students and residents, and engage in research to improve the lives of people all over the world. Sinai Hospital is a smoke-free workplace. M/F/PV/IWD Employer Requisition Number: 49018 Department:

Care Management - 6620 Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day shift Hours: 8:30am- 5:00pm

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Inpatient Social Worker-Lgsw

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