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Licensed Clinical Social Worker #173630
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OU Physicians | Tulsa, OK
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OU-Physician's at the University of Oklahoma - Tulsa has a number of career opportunities available for you! Whether you are brand new to the healthcare industry, or a seasoned professional, we have a place for you at OU Physician's Tulsa. 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker 

Requisition ID: 173630 

We have a position for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Senior Social Services Specialist). You'll see patients at the OU Physicians Family Medicine Clinic and in Internal Medicine Clinic at the Schusterman Clinic. Our LCSW provides social services including counseling, intervention, support, discharge planning, referrals, and psychosocial evaluations. May supervise other social work staff and health providers. Only an individual with a Clinical License form the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers may practice in this position due to the credentialing requirements of payors in CPC and behavioral health contracts. 

The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, sex, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. 

This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services.


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About OU Physicians

OU Physicians is the clinical practice of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. We also serve as faculty at the college and train the region's future physicians. With nearly 450 doctors, we are the largest physician group in Oklahoma. In the early 1990s, College of Medicine leadership envisioned an expanded role in patient care. Revenues from this not-for-profit clinical practice fund the teaching and research aspects of the college. Growth in these revenues would enable the college to significantly strengthen its facilities, staff, research and renown. Based on this vision, the faculty practice plan was established in July 1991. Thus, leadership and many operations changed from a department-based model to a multi-specialty group practice with a shared management team, governance and standards, managed care contracting and marketing. The group was called University Physicians Medical Group from 1996 to 2001, when it was renamed OU Physicians. When not caring for patients, we train the region's future physicians and perform research that's transforming health care in Oklahoma and the region.