Exceptional Care.  Always.

Social Services

Moore County Hospital District offers Social Services to its patients to provide a continuum of care long after a patient leaves our campus.  Our Social Workers are skilled and compassionate and provide crucial services to our patients.

 

Our Social Workers (one in the hospital and one for the District's physician clinics) are part of an interdisciplinary team that works to care for patients, residents, and community members.

 

Through our Med/Surg, ICU, OB, ED, Hospice, and MNRC departments; services may include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Psychosocial assessments, visits, support calls, and enrollment in Medicare D.
  • Referrals to community resources for needs, such as food, clothing, shelter, medication, etc.
  • Assessment and reporting suspected abuse and neglect cases (may also assist other care team   members with reporting)
  • Assisting with discharge planning
  • Newborn adoption coordination
  • Assisting with arranging transfers to other facilities for patients/residents who require additional, specialized psychiatric care
  • Referrals to substance abuse treatment facilities in both in-patient and outpatient settings
  • Grief Support Groups
  • Coordination of spiritual care services
  • Provide teaching on and assistance completing Advance Directives

 

Through our physician clinics, services may include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Psychosocial assessments, visits, support calls, and enrollment in Medicare D.
  • Referrals to community resources for needs, such as food, clothing, shelter, medication, etc.
  • Assessment and reporting suspected abuse and neglect cases (may also assist other care team   members with reporting)

 

For more information on services available or to see if our Social Workers can help, please contact our main line at (806) 935-7171 and ask for either the hospital or clinic social worker.