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Posted: November 5, 2019
Primary Care Clinic Integrated Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW)

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

 

  • Seniority level

    Entry level

To apply, contact Angela Sanford, Accounting and Operations Manger at asanford@coipa.org

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Posted : March 26, 2019

Provider Job Summary

Co-owners Eric Wattenburg, MD and Debora Wattenburg invite you to take a look at Your Care, central Oregon's independently owned and operated walk-in, urgent care and occupational medicine clinic. We are currently looking for a provider who would enjoy being part of a growing practice that provides high quality, accessible care. Our providers are encouraged to take the time necessary to treat each patient and have a well-trained support team that works hard to anticipate each doctor's needs. A typical day may include treating strep throat, evaluating a possible bone fracture, suturing a laceration, providing a DOT physical or full entry level or wellness physical for a local firefighter.

 

Your Care providers provide medical care services while continually assuring all services are in full compliance with standards, ethics and licensure requirements. Providers are essential in the coordination of referrals and other ancillary services based on the need of each patient and are actively involved in medical support staff training and development.

 

We continually strive to meet the needs of our community as well as our staff. It is not unusual to have a provider indicate that they would like to offer a new service or suggest new medical equipment which we evaluate and often bring in what is requested. Provider suggestions and feedback have helped set Your Care apart in both patient care and provider satisfaction.

 

Your Care Hours:

  • Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Closed Christmas Day

  • Limited hours for some holidays

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Providers are encouraged to provide opportunities for growth for their clinical support staff.

  • Direct, train, and supervise medical staff including nurses and medical assistants on proper procedures and protocol

  • Attend conferences and continue research in your field to stay abreast of medical innovations and breakthroughs

Education, Experience and Continuing Education:

  • Graduate with degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO).

  • Graduate with degree of Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).

  • Completion of Accredited Residency and/or Fellowship program as appropriate per specialty.

  • Board certification is required.

  • Minimum of 2 years required working as a physician in a family practice, emergency room or urgent care environment.

  • Continued education such as conferences is encouraged and supported.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

  • Unrestricted Oregon state medical license required. Current and

  • Unrestricted DEA Certificate.

  • Insurability (malpractice).

  • Current BLS

  • ACLS or ATLS are preferred

 

Benefits:

  • Health Insurance

  • Dental and Orthodontic Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • Continuing Education

  • Licensure and Certification Budget

  • Flexible Scheduling

 

To learn more about Your Care, stop by the clinic at 3818 SW 21st Place, Suite 100 in Redmond and visit our website at www.yourcaremedical.com.

Competitive wages and benefit packages.

 

Call Debora at 541-639-1260

 

 

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