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The Family Practice Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant provides comprehensive family medicine services within the scope of training and experience to people of all ages and genders. In addition, depending upon the location and needs of the particular community served, the Provider participates in shared after-hours emergency call coverage. Medical care provided is consistent with SEARHC policy and procedure, Medical Staff Bylaws, and nationally recognized medical standards of care.
Perform surgery and related procedures on the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial regions to treat diseases, injuries, or defects. May diagnose problems of the oral and maxillofacial regions. May perform surgery to improve function or appearance. May supervisor and instruct General Dentistry Residents during specialty clinics.
The position functions within the Mental Health Outpatient Department to provide clinical psychiatric care for SEARHC patients, focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. Treatment is primarily outpatient, but may include consultation-liaison and emergency services in some locations. The Psychiatrist collaborates with other SEARHC providers, and works as a member of an interdisciplinary behavioral health team.
The Psychiatrist provides crucial behavioral health services that require a high level of expertise and knowledge. The psychiatrist treats the most complex and seriously ill patients while providing education, consultation and support for patients, their families, and other behavioral health and medical providers. The psychiatrist works under stressful conditions, with patients who may be disoriented, adversarial, and/or at risk of harm to self or others. The psychiatrist provides differential diagnosis, determines level of care, and coordinates treatment with medical providers and other systems of care. These clinical decisions are reached independently or in consultation with peers.
This position requires knowledge of treatment modalities for a wide variety of conditions, ranging from short-term interventions to long-term needs for patients with chronic or disabling issues. The psychiatrist may be called upon to review patient management issues, quality of care, and risk management issues and outcomes. The psychiatrist may specialize in a particular area, such as child psychiatry or geriatrics, to provide specific treatments for these populations. A responsible, respectful, and caring approach is essential to promote the most effective therapeutic relationship with patients, and positive collaboration with other health care professionals. The psychiatrist demonstrates a culturally competence in communication with patients, families, and community members.
The psychiatrist is expected to attend to emergencies within their area of responsibility regardless of external commitments in their lives. This means there are times a psychiatrist will work late or relinquish an outside commitment in order to attend to their patients’ urgent needs.
The SEARHC psychiatrist lives in a small community. Privacy is not an easy commodity for she or he. Psychiatrists outside activities are easily monitored by their community. They are therefore often held to a higher standard, and at the least should not engage in negative role modeling.
The Mental Health Midlevel Practitioner functions within the Mental Health Outpatient Department to provide behavioral health assessment and treatment in close collaboration with the Psychiatrist, medical providers, and the behavioral health team. Such treatment will include maintaining an independent caseload and assisting other mental health providers in their clinical treatment of patients.
The Mental Health Midlevel Practitioner provides a wide range of mental health treatments including medication management. This position requires active and collaborative working relationships with the Psychiatrist, as well as other behavioral health and medical providers. The Midlevel Practitioner often serves as a liaison between behavioral health and medical care, to ensure effective communication and continuity of care. Difficult clinical decisions regarding complex and critical patient care issues will regularly involve the Midlevel Practitioner in potentially stressful working conditions. The Midlevel Practitioner will serve clients with persistent and chronic mental illness, which may involve interventions to ensure the safety of the client and community. This position is largely conducted independently with consultation and support from the behavioral health team, particularly during crisis situations. The Midlevel Practitioner demonstrates respect and care within a framework of culturally competent communication.