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Pathways is seeking an innovative and purpose driven individual to join our team as a Sub-Contracted Psychiatrist (8 hours a week) for our Adult program in Anaheim. Bilingual in any language is a plus.
Anaheim Adult Recovery Center
Provides recovery oriented services for Medi-Cal eligible adults (18 and over) with a serious and persistent mental illness living in Orange County. Consumers are referred through the Orange County Health Care Agency. Services provided are coordinated, effective and comprehensive. The Recovery Center provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Psychiatric Treatment Planning, Psychiatric Follow-Up Care, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Intensive Case Management, Medication Support, Family Support & Education, Recreational & Clubhouse Activities, Vocational & Educational Support, Referrals to Community Resources, and Weekly Consumer Advisory Board Meetings.
Responsible for providing culturally appropriate psychiatric and medication management services to program clients which includes evaluation and assessment, diagnoses, and prescription of medication and monitoring medication side effects and participation in treatment process. Will supervise nurse practitioner and RNs. Will also provide supervision input on LVNs and RNs.
ABOUT YOUR ROLE
Completes psychiatric medication assessments, multi-axial diagnosis and documentation including assessments, evaluation, diagnosis and follow-up notes meeting all the standards of the company, and County, State and Federal regulatory boards.
Assesses for clinical conditions and refer out for medical conditions. Address medical concerns as they relate to psychotropic medication prescribed.
Provides psychiatric services to program participants for 16 hours weekly
Identifies clients’ current MORS and provides services that will facilitate movement to a lower level of care.
Evaluates all clients entering the program for medical and behavioral health needs.
Acts as psychiatric consultant to staff members of other disciplines providing assessment as needed.
Supervises licensed staff on medication dispensing and any medication related issues.
Completes documentation, as soon as service is provided and ensure that it meets the standards established in the program and Medi-Cal and Medicare.
Provides staff training in-services as needed.
Provides crisis intervention.
Assist with the supervision of the LVN.
Will supervise the LVN, RN and nurse practitioner on clinical/medication issues.
Attends monthly treatment teams to discuss case planning for clients and movement to a lower level of care.
DO THE FOLLOWING APPLY TO YOU?
Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) received from an accredited medical school.
Board Certified in psychiatry or eligible for the certification examination in psychiatry as defined by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Independently licensed to practice medicine in the State of California.
Must have completed a two year psychiatry fellowship; with emphasis on children preferred. Strong clinical and interpersonal skills, ability to lead and direct work of others, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Intermediate level PC skills required.
NOW OFFERING DAILY PAY TO OUR EMPLOYEES
Competitive salaries & benefits
• Paid Vacation Days (1st year 12 days; increases with tenure)
• Paid Sick Days (Accrual per pay period)
• 10 Paid Holidays (including Day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve)
• Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account or FSA
• Health, Dependent and Transportation Flexible Spending Accounts
• Basic and Optional Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse and/or Dependents
Perks @ Pathways (student loan refinancing, pet insurance, Verizon wireless discount, movie, hotel, concert and sporting event discounts)
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