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Assessment and Referral Supervisor

Fremont Hospital Fremont Full-Time
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:Fremont Hospital is part of larger hospital system, Universal Health Services.  UHS is headquartered in King of Prussia, PA and has more than 81,000 employees. Through its subsidiaries, UHS operates more than 320 Behavioral Health facilities and 27 Acute Care Hospitals across the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United kingdom.

UHS has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of America's top 500 public companies as well as Fortune list of 500 "World's Most Admired Companies" in 2017 and 2018.

UHS offers a rewarding work environment with potential to row in current role and future career path opportunities.  We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefit package, matching 401K plan and generous paid time off program.

Fremont Behavioral Health Hospital is seeking an Assessment & Referral Supervisor is responsible for supervising all of the Assessment and Referral activities in  the Department. 

If you have the desire to pursue a career in healthcare and provide compassionate care we want to hear from you.

Fremont Hospital is a fully accredited, 145 bed private inpatient psychiatric hospital providing quality care for children through adults.  The facility provides a full assortment of care which includes assessments, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, partial-hospitalization, intensive outpatient psychiatric treatment as well as chemical dependency outpatient care.

Come Join Our Team and Love What You Do!!


Job Requirements


The Assessment & Referral Supervisor is responsible for supervising all of the Assessment and Referral activities in  the Department.  As a clinician, this position provides direction to the staff of Assessment & Referral in the provision of psychiatric assessment services, including clinical evaluations, crisis intervention, and referrals.  This position interfaces closely with the medical staff, treatment team, external case managers, managed care organizations, functions as a liaison with other hospital intake departments.


Education: : Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, psychology, mental health or Associate’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in the field is required.

Experience:  A minimum of three (3) years supervisory experience and five (5) years of direct clinical experience, in an acute hospital setting. . 

Licensure:  RN, LCSW or LMFT licensed by the State Board.

Additional Requirements:  CPR with AED (CPR/AED) certification must be current and presented to Human Resources upon hire.  You must successfully complete the Fremont Hospital’s non- violent Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training course within 90 days of employment and prior to assisting with preventative intervention measures.

Fremont Hospital is Equal Opportunity Employer!



Skills required

Health Care
Performance Improvement
Registered Nurse
Licensed Vocational Nurses
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Fremont Hospital is a private, modern 96-bed behavioral healthcare facility that provides services to adolescents (ages 12-17) and adults.  Services offered include treatment of psychiatric conditions, chemical dependency and treatment of 'dual diagnosis' (co-existing psychiatric condition and chemical dependency).  A variety of treatment programs are available, including inpatient care, partial hospitalization (day treatment) and an intensive outpatient program.

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