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Provides underserved patients and their families with culturally appropriate non-clinical support and information in the emergency department and primary care clinics. Navigates patients and families to health and social services in the community and coordinates community-based care referrals. Emphasizes the importance of a medical home and proper utilization of the emergency department and outpatient clinics.
High School Diploma or GED required.Associate Degree or completion of a certified Community Health Worker training program preferred.Previous experience with healthcare provider or community-based organizations.Computer literacy.Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training preferred.Significant experience and knowledge of medical service delivery and community-based health and social services.Knowledge of the uninsured and underserved populations in area.Cultural Competence/Humility.The skill and knowledge competencies identified in the National Community Health Advisor Study, in June 1998, for Community Health Workers. These include communication skills, capacity-building skills, interpersonal skills, service coordination skills, advocacy skills, teaching skills, organizational skills, and broad knowledge about community health issues and social services.BLS certification preferred.
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