This position requires that the candidate possess a Minimum of a Bachelors degree, preferred (other commensurate experience or training may be substituted). Candidate should have knowledge of community resources as the primary goal is to help create effective links between appropriate health and social resources. They will assist stakeholders and clients to navigate the acute behavioral health system more effectively and engage proactively with treatment services. They will assist law enforcement, acute care facilities and stakeholders in identifying placement for those who are entering the system. As a patient navigator, candidate will build working relationships, solve problems and support patients while they learn to self-navigate the health care system. This is a direct service position that could require availability to work irregular hours, including evenings and weekends.
Section: Centralized Receiving System
Location: Broward County