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Behavioral Health LICSW

Apply Now Department Out Patient Psychiatry Schedule Full-time Shift Evenings Hours 4 nights per week, 2pm-midnight, 10 hour shifts, every weekend, on call Holiday rotation Job ID 21019

4 nights per week, 2pm-midnight, 10 hour shifts, every weekend, on call Holiday rotation

About Us:

Milford Regional Medical Center is a full-service, community and regional teaching hospital, with 145 beds, providing acute-care serving a region of 20-plus towns.  With over 300 primary care and specialty physicians on the medical staff, our physicians are skilled in the most advanced procedures and technology, and provide personalized patient care in a warm and caring environment.

Statement of Purpose: 

Under the direction of the Director of Care Management & the Chief of Psychiatry, the Behavioral Health LICSW Clinician (BH LICSW) will assess and provide behavioral health assessments in the Emergency Department with accompanying inpatient, outpatient, addiction, or step-down referrals for patients and families. The BH LICSW are responsible for completing bio-psycho-social assessments, as well as utilizing communication skills to seek information as necessary from providers, community mental health organizations, and families to best serve our patients, and which will enable the BH LICSW to identify problems related to the total well-being of the patient.  The BH LICSW acts as the liaison between medical staff, community resources, and the patient and their family.  The BH LICSW will be responsible for working with Emergency department and inpatient staff to create, educate and implement behavioral health referrals, treatment modules, and evaluations for patients presenting with substance abuse and behavioral health concerns. 

The BH LICSW must have knowledge of community mental health care resources, addictions treatment, SUDE and SBIRT knowledge, and the ability to work with state agencies such as DMH and DCF to ensure favorable patient dispositions.  The ability to work efficiently, have great patient interaction skills, in-depth clinical interviewing practices, and a sense of urgency are a must.


Education: Master’s degree in Social Work required, This position will be credentialed under the Milford Regional Medical Center (MRMC) Medical Staff bylaws. 

Certification / License: Massachusetts licensed social worker (LICSW) required


  • 3 plus years' experience working in behavioral health
  • Working knowledge of community mental health care and an understanding of ESPs
  • Knowledge of addiction treatment resources
  • Demonstrated knowledge of working with various state agencies in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
  • Able to communicate in a concise, calm manner
  • High degree of professionalism, discretion, and confidentiality
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