Fremont is a 148 bed acute psychiatric hospital situated in the heart of the bay area. We are a mid-sized facility filled with diversity and the feel of a close knit community. Fremont Hospital strives to be an integral part of the community, continually expanding our efforts to serve the psychiatric needs of adolescents and adults. We currently seek an experienced patient transporter / driverto fillour open position.Fremont Hospital is part of the UHS organization and as a result, offers stability, tremendous support, career development opportunities and competitivecompensation package to the selected candidate. This position provides transportation of our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) Outpatient Program patients to and from the facility providing continuous observation, interaction, and role modeling to the patients with maintaining safety at all times.
Avalid Class B California Drivers License is preferred. Must be 21 years or older and have a good driving record with no points as verified
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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.