A 669-bed regional care, teaching hospital founded in 1901, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center has more than 760 physicians and provides comprehensive health care services to its local communities and is a major referral and treatment center for patients throughout the northern New Jersey metropolitan area.
Recently named to U.S. News and World Report list of top Cardiac Centers in the United States, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is among a select group of organizations that have set national benchmarks for quality patient care, patient safety and hospital efficacy, representing a highly significant achievement and a true culture of performance improvement. Newark Beth Israel is home to Children’s Hospital of New Jersey and The HEART HOSPITAL of New Jersey. Newark Beth Israel is a major teaching affiliate of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York; New York College of Osteopathic Medicine; and St. George’s University School of Medicine. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is accredited by Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO); The American Osteopathic Association; the Cancer Commission of the American College of Surgeons; and The College of American Pathologists
The Crisis Worker provides care in the acute care setting within the scope of practice defined by the Screening Law and other regulatory standards. Assures safety in practice by maintaining a realization of their own individual level of knowledge and experience and assumes responsibility for advancing knowledge by communicating with and utilizing resource persons/programs available. The Psychiatric Screener individualizes the plan of care to address a specific patient’s needs. Works in harmony with other staff members of interdisciplinary team, assisting the Patient Care Manager and others as needed, to achieve best service possible to patients. Responsible for supervising and assisting in patient care issues as well as follow up on assigned tasks and for consistently setting and evaluating priorities.
The Crisis Worker provides care in the acute care setting within the scope of practice defined by the Screening Law and other
MSW/MA degree in related field, or BA/BS plus three years of prior experience in a psychiatric setting, one of which is in crisis
setting or enrolled in a Master’s program with two years of prior experience in a psychiatric setting, one of which is in a crisis
setting. Must have the ability to work in stressful situations. Valid NJ driver’s license require.
NBIMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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