Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc. and OneFifteen Health are partnering to provide care on the OneFifteen campus - https://onefifteen.org/ - a state-of-the-art tech-enabled treatment program, dedicated to the full and sustained recovery of people suffering from opioid addiction and other behavioral health disorders.
The Nurse Practitioner (NP), in collaboration with physicians, functions as a member of a treatment team to deliver direct patient care with opioid addiction and Substance Use Disorders.
- Perform initial patient screenings and patient history.
- Provide assessment, DSM clinical diagnosis and pharmacologic management when indicated.
- Collaborate with referral sources, internal team members and external service providers to ensure appropriate patient care and continuity of care.
- Initiate, direct, and modify nursing care plan; observe, evaluate and record behavior, condition and response to medication, treatments and therapeutic activities.
- Complete all direct service EMR documentation according to department standards and timelines.
- Ensure all clinical care services are provided in compliance with regulatory standards established by governing bodies.
- Provide medication and medication injections and routine health screenings that include taking patients vital signs.
- Pursue professional development trainings and education that support agency mission, values, and strategies.
- Demonstrate use of evidence based practices.
- Attend Medical Services staff monthly meetings.
- Ensure utilization of Dr. First in daily practice.
- Ensure understanding of Evaluation and Management procedures as well as new CPT coding to ascertain proper billing for patients and appropriate financial billings.
- Participate in physician peer reviews as directed by agency Medical Director.
- Other duties as assigned.
Graduate from an Accredited Nursing Program;
Current licensure as a Advance Practice Registered Nurse (FNP or Psych Cert) in the State of Ohio
Demonstrated critical and creative thinking abilities.
Experience and demonstrated effectiveness in promotional and community relations activities.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Managerial and administrative experience is required.
Demonstrated aptitude for management, leadership and administrative duties.
Three years of experience in Substance Use Disorder treatment and/or recovery is required.