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Pipeline Health System, LLC Social Worker MSW or LCSW Case Management - Inpatient Full Time 8-Hour Day Shift in United States

We’re Here for Our Communities.

With four hospitals in Los Angeles, California, we are focused on providing the care and service our communities deserve – including 24/7 emergency care.

Our staff, physicians and corporate leaders share a commitment to empower those in our communities to live the healthiest lives possible. Our patients are a diverse population living in underserved areas – individuals and families who come to us for quality care delivered with compassion. We believe every individual deserves just that.

We understand the impact we have on our neighbors and our potential to improve the overall health of the communities we serve. In a recent survey of employees across our Pipeline Health organization, employees told us that the work they do is meaningful to them. Survey respondents gave this statement an average score of 4.6 on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being “strongly agree.”

Inside our hospitals, our dedicated teams enjoy a family-like work environment as we serve our patients together. Employee engagement is a high priority as we are working to ensure that we have a work environment that employees enjoy, an environment where they can succeed.

Furthermore, our values define who we aspire to be. They guide us each and every day.

• Passion

• Innovation

• Compassion

• Integrity

• Resilience

Our Pipeline Health family of hospitals includes:

• Memorial Hospital of Gardena (CA)

• Coast Plaza Hospital (Norwalk, CA)

• Community Hospital of Huntington Park (CA)

• East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital (CA)

Each of our Pipeline hospitals is proud to boast a number of awards and accreditations for critical services. Working together, our Los Angeles hospitals have created a successful Patient Hub – a transfer center that moves eligible patients from other hospitals to available beds in our hospitals for quality care.

Provides for a planned and systematic process for monitoring and evaluating patients, while assessing the medical, financial, psychosocial and physical needs after discharge from an acute hospital. Provides and evaluates social services to client/patients/family as prescribed by the attending physician.

  • Ability to complete a Psychosocial Assessment of patient’s needs with required time frames of hospital policy.

  • Demonstrates knowledge of community resources and linking patient and/or family to these resources for continuity of care.

  • Participates as a member of Interdisciplinary team to facilitate optimal benefit for patient.

  • Acts as a resource for hospital staff on the psychosocial aspect of mental/physical illness, disability and available community resources.

  • Serves as a role model for the Mission, Vision and Values of the organization and fulfills other job duties as requested within Scope of Practice.

  • Maintains current competencies as well as updated knowledge in specific area of practice.


  • MSW or LCSW a strong plus.

  • Requires at least 6 months prior Social Service experience in an acute care hospital.


  • Must possess a current BLS for Health Care providers card