Primary Care Clinic Integrated Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW)
Posted 2/1/2021

Looking for a dynamic LCSW to lead and implement a Behavioral Health Model into one or more primary care clinics. Below are our objectives and key results for this position.
Success Factor 1: Within 12 months, become an integral part of 1 or more PCP teams.
• Implement behavioral health model into Primary Care Practice.
• Treat and provide brief interventions of primary care patients.
• Create relationship and build trust of provider, patient, and team.
• Exhibit effective use of Electronic Medical Records.
Success Factor 2: Within 18 months, create strong community partnerships.
• Develop collaborative network with community partners for specialized care.
• Develop process for coordination of external services.
• Coordinate continuity of Behavioral Health care with referrals.
Success Factor 3: Serve as subject matter expert for medical practitioners.
• Educate providers and team on importance of overall Behavioral Health of patients.
• Communicate modifications to Behavioral Health model with providers, team, and IPA based on workflow processes.
Preferred work experience:
• Previous Integrated BHC experience in primary care work environment
• At least one-year work experience as an LCSW
• Experience using Electronic Medical Records
Salary and benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Benefits offered: Medical and dental package; Life Insurance, Long- and Short-term disability, and AD&D; 401(k); and vacation package.









Family Physician- Harvey District Hospital 

Posted 1/20/2021

Harney District Hospital's Family Care Clinic is seeking an active, personable, team-oriented Family Practice Physician to join our current staff of Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners.  Patient Centered Primary Care Home provides team based integrated care, behavioral services and care management to our small, frontier community.  Share state of the art electronic practice environment. Enjoy four scheduled days with shared weekday ER call allowing the best possible care of our community and allowing our practitioners to sustain a balanced personal life.

Provides medical care to the patients of Harney District Hospital Family Care Clinic and clinical oversight to the Rural Health Clinic.  Provide oversight to the Midlevel Practitioners according to the rules established by the Oregon Medical Board and CMS in relation to RHC guidelines.  Provide direct medical care/services and consultation to the patients of HDH Family Care and Harney District Hospital.  Conducts comprehensive physical assessments; establish diagnoses for common illnesses and conditions.  Prescribe and manage medications; order, perform and interpret laboratory tests, order imaging procedures as needed.  Refer patients to appropriate physicians and other health care providers at appropriate agencies.  Provide patient education; manage acute and chronic conditions in patients.


Mandatory Requirements: Broad knowledge of health care administration, patient care principles and practices.  Possession of a degree from accredited school of Medicine (MD/DO).  Must possess an unencumbered Oregon Medical License.  Must be in good standing with the Oregon Medical Board.  Must have current Federal DEA and State DEA licenses and be AAFP Board Certified / Eligible. 

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Nurse Practitioner- Harney District Hospital 

Posted 1/20/2021

  • General Information

    • Job Title: Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant

    • Location:

      • 557 W. Washington

      • Burns, OR, 97720

      • USA

    • Employee Type: Full-Time(Exempt)

    • Manage Others: No

  • Contact Information

  • Job Description

    PURPOSE OF POSITION:   To provide quality health care in an outpatient clinic setting to the patients of HDH Family Care. 


    Conduct comprehensive physical assessment; establish diagnoses and treatment plans for common illnesses and conditions.

    Prescribe and manage medications.

    Order, perform, and interpret laboratory tests.  Order imaging procedures and other outpatient procedures as needed. 

    Refer patients to appropriate specialty physicians and other health care providers as deemed necessary.

    Provide patient education and promote patient health and wellness.

    Manage acute and chronic conditions in patients. 

    Regularly consult with physicians on patient care issues and if deemed necessary, refer patients to HDH Family

    Care physicians. 

    Document the assessment and treatment plan in patient chart in a clear, concise and timely manner.  Submit charges that support the level of service and documentation for services rendered.

    Participate in regular provider meetings to identify and improve clinic processes and functions.

    Utilize the skills and abilities of the clinical support staff efficiently and appropriately.

    Provide health services in the RHC Clinic and be available to provide patient care for at least 50% of the time that the clinic operates.

    Adhere to the Collaborative Agreement with providers of HDH Family Care.

    Participate in the development and review of Rural Health Clinic (RHC) policies, procedures and services and offer recommendations for revisions as needed.   

    Follow established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance measures and safety standards. 

    Maintain professional, cooperative working relationship with physicians, care providers, hospital staff, other healthcare organizations, and the public to provide quality customer service in a courteous manner.

    Maintain work areas in a clean, orderly and secure manner.


  • Requirements

    MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS: Broad knowledge of health care, patient care principles and practices.  Possession of a degree from accredited school for Physician Assistants or Nurse Practitioners.   Must possess a current, unencumbered, Oregon license for NP or PA.  Must be in good standing with the respective Oregon Licensing Board.  Must have current Federal DEA license.

    DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS: At least 5 years experience in a family practice setting.

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