Acadia Healthcare Admissions Counselor in Henderson, Nevada
Seven Hills Hospital brings a world of compassion, hope and best practice medical care to the people who need it the most. We are a growing, private, 134-bed psychiatric hospital that is dedicated to providing high-quality care for adults, geriatrics, and adolescents (ages 5-17) who are suffering from behavioral health and chemical dependency issues. Our patients recover at our new, state-of-the art medical facility in the Seven Hills area of Henderson, Nevada. Henderson is one of the fastest growing cities in the US and is located just 7 miles from the famed Las Vegas Strip and a couple of miles from beautiful Lake Mead.
Seven Hills Hospital is part of the Acadia Healthcare, a provider of behavioral healthcare services throughout the US.
Join the team of highly dedicated mental health professionals. We are presently looking for a Full Time Intake Specialist from Sunday- Thursday 10pm-6:30am who will be responsible for:
Responding to prospective patients and referral channels by providing psychological assessments and/or appropriate treatment options.
Providing managed care entities with clinical information regarding patient psychiatric hospitalization.
Providing crisis intervention to prospective patients, their families, and external agencies via telephone and/or in person.
Making appropriate referrals based on patients’ needs and preferences.
A Master’s Degree in behavioral health from an accredited college or university
At least 2 years’ experience in a psychiatric setting as Intake Specialist or related experience.
Seven Hills Hospital offers competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, vision, leave benefits, life insurance and 401k plan with matching.
- No Agency calls please.
Seven Hills Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer
- Masters or better
- 2 years: At least 2 years’ experience in a psychiatric setting as Intake Specialist or related experience.
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