Park DuValle Community Health Center is a 501c3 non-profit, federally qualified health center that has served the local community for over 50 years. Park DuValle Community Health Center strives to adhere to the highest quality standards of patient care, regardless of patients’ insurance status or ability to pay. Employees of Park DuValle Community Health Center, Inc. are deemed to be federal employees qualified for protection under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).
Job Skills / Requirements
- Provides outpatient psychological services through comprehensive evaluation, use of established measures and assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, medication management, consultation, counseling, and treatment of assigned patients. Responsible for provision and coordination of behavioral health services with emphasis on integration with Center primary health care services.
Primary Position Responsibilities:
- Analyzes client data and test findings in the diagnosis of mental health disorders of assigned clients in consultation with psychiatrist or Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
- Gathers and maintains client information and records, including social, medical, and substance use history obtained from clients, relatives and significant others, and other sources including previous psychological assessments.
- Collaborates with physicians, Psychiatrist, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Psychotherapist, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, to develop individual treatment plan with goals and interventions based upon initial and on-going assessment, and individual member needs.
- Reviews/revises treatment plans, medication management, ensures member is engaged in process at least quarterly, and provides ongoing implementation of plan
- Provide mental health and substance abuse assessments to patients.
- Provides regular outpatient individual therapy dependent upon caseload size and based upon PDCHC policy and procedure
- Work with case managers to assist clients in achieving treatment plan goals.
- Work with multidisciplinary healthcare team to provide integrated care.
- Attend necessary staff trainings and team meetings; participate in community activities and meetings as necessary.
- Participates in quality improvement and other activities as designated by program leadership
- Informational: Knowledge of PDCHC services, programs, policies, protocols, and integration of primary health care services with behavioral health services.
- Interpersonal: Must maintain a high level of professionalism, demonstrated by a positive attitude, ability to function as a team member and a commitment to the overall mission of the agency. Capable of customer service; of asking and answering questions; of explaining program requirements and guidelines; of contributing in meetings focused on patient care planning; of being sensitive to patients in their efforts to explain their needed; of making referrals to other agencies and programs; of encouraging patients to follow through with appointments; of patience.
- Intellectual: Demonstrated ability to direct and coordinate all aspects of psychosocial and clinical programs.
Education Requirements (Any)
Graduate of an accredited school of medicine
Additional Information / Benefits
This poisition is available on a full-time or part-time basis with a flexible schedule.
Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan
This is a Full and Part-Time position 1st Shift.
Number of Openings for this position: 1