Case Manager-Community ServicesUnityPoint Health Finley Hospital,
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A CAREER AT UNITYPOINT HEALTH - FINLEY HOSPITAL
UnityPoint Health team members come for a job, but stay for a career. As a team member, regardless of your position, you'll get the chance to change lives on a daily basis in order to deliver our vision of the Best Outcome for Every Patient, Every Time. That privilege drives employees' passion for making a difference in the lives of our patients, helping them create healthier, more rewarding lives.
At UnityPoint Health - Finley Hospital, we know our collective actions determine the experience we create. Our team members strive to work as one through four key values:
* Foster Unity
* Own the Moment
* Champion Excellence
* Seize Opportunity
If you are interested in joining our team, please visit http://www.unitypoint.org/dubuque/employment-opportunities to learn about our many opportunities and to fill out an online application.
ABOUT OUR HOSPITAL
UnityPoint Health Finley Hospital is a 126-bed community hospital. We employ more than 800 full-and-part-time employees. Finley Hospital is a not-for-profit, locally owned, regional healthcare facility part of the UnityPoint Health system. Finley Hospital is committed to bringing the best medical care to the tri-state area. We offer comprehensive, full service health care that is coordinated around our patients. We have consistently been recognized as a leader in health care.
This position will be located at the Visiting Nurse Association in Clayton County.
Work hours for this position will be days, Monday through Friday, for 64 hours per pay period, and as needed. You will be required to flex to other shfits as needed.
This position will be in charge of the First Five Program.
- Perform case management activities necessary to assure services for adults and children that are based on the needs assessment.
- Assess client/family needs, develop a service plan and assure implementation of the service plan.
- Coordinate and disseminate client information to internal and external resources as appropriate.
- Evaluate client progress through meetings/home visits or multi-disciplinary conferences.
- Knowledgeable about social welfare programming and agencies/community resources; use that knowledge to make referrals to meet client needs.
- Knowledgeable about social and economic forces that impact family relationships and stability, adult and child health, and age-appropriate growth and development.
- Knowledgeable about grants and funding sources that support programs.
- Understand impact of culture on client’s health decisions; use that knowledge to improve health through education of clients and families.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
A Bachelor's Degree is required. A Bachelor's Degree in a health-related or human/social services field is preferred.