We are seeking Social Workers (BSW) and experienced Registered Nurses (BSN) for Care Coordination positions within Partners for Kids at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Partners For Kids is committed to providing a comprehensive network of pediatric and adolescent healthcare providers. Working through a dedicated partnership between medical and surgical sub-specialists, primary care physicians, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Partners for Kids provides the highest quality care under a single, “one-stop” arrangement with Medicaid managed care organizations.
Through Partners For Kids, we focus on overall wellness. We look at medical and social factors that affect kids’ health. And we do whatever it takes to prevent health problems.
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Points of Pride
- Recognized as an exemplar by Magnet Recognition Program
- Oldest and one of the largest Accountable Care Organizations in the country
- More than 10,000 patients to date helped through Care Navigation
- Advisors to national healthcare organizations on achieving better quality and satisfaction at lower costs
How Do Partners For Kids Care Coordinators Help Patients and Families?
As a nurse or social worker, have you ever wondered what happens to patients after they leave the hospital?
One way Partners For Kids helps families is through the Care Navigation program. The Care Navigation Program improves the lives of children and their families by making health care easy to use. Care Coordinators assist children with medical complexity and their families to navigate the health care system uneventfully, efficiently, and as effectively as possible, allowing them to spend less time in the hospital. The need for care coordination is significant as families are faced with various settings, care teams, managing care at home and follow-up appointments.
Care Coordinators focus on building relationships, removing barriers and solving problems. They assess key needs, address local and systemic issues interfering with care, assist families in setting appropriate goals and track progress toward achieving those goals.
Care Coordinators work with all who are involved a patient’s care, including schools, insurance companies, community groups and the health care team, to help make sure a patient gets what he or she needs.
- Hear from one of our patient families about the exceptional care this program provides.
- Read stories from some of our Care Coordinators about working at Nationwide Children’s.
Benefits of Working for Partners For Kids as a Care Coordinator:
- Accrue supervision hours for independent licensure for social workers
- Gain experience toward case management certification for nurses and social workers
- Practice in varied settings, including telephonic, hospital, doctor's office and patient's home
- Deliver relationship-based care – the opportunity to establish long-term care relationships with patients and their families
- Collaborate across all specialty areas and care for a diverse range of diagnoses
- Great schedule! Work standard business hours, Monday – Friday, with no on-call requirement.