Treatment Planning Coordinator

Administration Wichita, Kansas


Position at St. Anthony's Senior Care Hospital - Wichita

Job Description

The Treatment Planning Coordinator facilitates construction of treatment plans for hospital patients. This includes assessment of clinical problems, formulating treatment goals, and updating plans based on continuous evaluation and assessment of progress. As the Treatment Planning Coordinator, you will work with contributing members of the team to individualize treatment plans for each patient. Additional responsibilities include enhancing the patient experience, ongoing hospital safety projects and participation in performance improvement activities. You will report to the Hospital CEO.

General Responsibilities:

  • Lead the Multidisciplinary Treatment Planning process with the various members of the team
  • Lead the Multidisciplinary Treatment Planning meeting each week, evaluating and updating each patient’s treatment plan
  • Assist the admissions process with new hospital patients, assessing for presenting problems and formulating clinical impressions to be documented on the patient’s treatment plan
  • Upon admission, develop an Initial Safety Plan in coordination with the Nursing Department for each patient, assessing any patient safety issues
  • Participate in leadership and collaboration with all members of the treatment team for identification of opportunities for process improvement while maximizing efficient use of resources and minimizing delays in service
  • Document in accordance with hospital, JC, and CMS standards
  • Attend in-service programs of continuing education and reviews current literature as a means to evaluate and enhance current treatment planning practices
  • Plan communicate, and organize the multidisciplinary treatment team initial review of the treatment plan
  • Consult on clinical issues with physicians, multidisciplinary treatment team, and other team personnel


  • Prefer at least two years working with a variety of psychiatric disorders, patient populations, and levels of acuity
  • Prefer at least two years’ experience leading a multidisciplinary team
  • Prefer at least two years’ experience with assessment, treatment planning, documentation, and discharge planning
  • Prefer at least two years’ experience with a patient-centered approach with the ability to connect with each patient
  • Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) training within 90 days of employment

Working Conditions:

  • General office environment in a behavioral health hospital
  • May require standing up or walking for up to 75% of the time
  • Required to use assistance when attempting to assist, life, or carry objects over 25 lbs.