Multiple Locations throughout Eastern, MA
Per Diem All Shifts
The Emergency Mental Health Clinician will provide direct services to psychiatric patients of all ages in a hospital emergency department setting. This will include evaluation and level of care assessment as well as being a liaison with other healthcare providers and community supports for the continuous improvement of services to the patients. Additionally, the EMH Clinician will maintain patient charts including the accurate documentation of the Clinician’s evaluation, interventions and treatment recommendations. The ideal candidate will have the ability to demonstrate good communication skills and the ability to maintain positive relationships with physicians, patients, families and all other hospital personnel. Requirements include 1-2 year’s direct experience, a Master’s degree (MA, MS, MSW) or Doctorate (Ph.D, Psy.D) in Psychology or Social Work, the ability to read, write and speak English and licensure in the state of Massachusetts. Licensed Social Workers or Licensed Mental Health Counselors are encouraged to apply. Computer skills are essential.
Steward Health Care System is a community-based accountable care organization and community hospital network. Headquartered in Boston, Steward has more than 17,000 employees serving more than one million patients annually in more than 150 communities. Hospitals in the system include Carney Hospital in Dorchester, Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill, Morton Hospital in Taunton, Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton, Norwood Hospital, Quincy Medical Center, Saint Anne’s Hospital in Fall River and St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton.
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Interested candidates are encouraged to send a resume to the email address provided.
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