Supervises or performs a variety of services, such as advising on social problems, arranging for discharge or postoperative care at home or in institutions, placement of children in foster homes or adults in nursing homes, financial assistance to patients or families during illnesses, and alleviation of anxieties or fears concerning permanent disabilities, disfiguring illnesses, or uncertainty about the future.
- Current Texas social work license
- LMSW, LBSW or LCSW
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Social Work
- One year of experience as a Social Worker in a medical setting preferred