Setting the Standard for Exceptional Care
For ninety years, Silver Hill Hospital has been at the forefront of psychiatry and leading the way in providing the best treatment for psychiatric illnesses and addiction. Our record of accomplishment is based on a carefully executed team effort, one that uses an array of powerful tools, talent and knowledge to help people turn their lives around.
To ensure excellence of patient care by providing a safe and therapeutic milieu for patients in Transitional Living Programs.
To assure that transitional living experience fosters growth and independence.
Adhere to all Silver Hill policies and procedures.
Conducts self in a manner that represents Silver Hill values at all times.
Maintains a positive and respectful attitude with all work-related contacts.
Communicate regularly with supervisor about Departmental and Silver Hill concerns.
Consistently reports to work on time, prepared to perform the duties of the position.
Meets productivity standards and performs duties as workload necessitates.
Duties and responsibilities
Maintains a safe and therapeutic milieu through the orientation of new patients, maintaining appropriate boundaries and identifying environmental risks.
Provide skill coaching for patients to reinforce skill development.
Identify significant behavioral changes in patients and assess as needed for suicide and fall risk, per policy, and informs necessary team members.
Complete patient safety checks, per policy and according to MD orders.
Encourages patient’s full participation in program of care and help identifies treatment-interfering behaviors.
Keep all treatment team members informed and updated on all patient observations.
Actively conducts in-house group meetings as indicated by house schedule, such as community meeting, wrap-up group, DBT Skill Review, and Smart Recovery-informed groups.
Appropriately structures and supervises ADLs of patients.
Maintain accurate, timely, and complete records of patients, including daily shift note.
Cover house operations role in the absence of the Senior Residential Counselor, as assigned.
Administers house admission process and maintain required logs and documentation.
Appropriately monitor self-administration of medication by patients and complete all required records in an accurate and timely fashion. Ensure patient medications are ordered.
Report all medication errors, chart deficiencies, and other work performance errors to supervisor.
Complete all required documentation upon patient discharge.
Inform Senior Residential Counselor of supplies needed for the house.