Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
The APRN will seek to enhance the well-being of people by providing assessment and medication management in a clinical setting, demonstrating psychiatric advanced practice nursing skills in health promotion, diagnosis and treatment. They will use the process of assessment, diagnosis, management, and evaluation to provide care to address the psychosocial, social and spiritual needs of patients.
The position requires a considerable degree of independent skills and judgment necessary to monitor and respond to changes in client conditions, as well as critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills in clinical decision making. The candidate can provide care and support which is appropriate to the cognitive, emotional and chronological maturation levels to assist clients across the lifespan achieve, and restore health.
Areas of responsibility:
Perform accurate comprehensive psychiatric mental health examination, concluding with diagnosis and treatment.
Order, perform, and interpret diagnostic procedures and tests as indicated/needed by history and psychiatric mental health exam to identify and assess psychiatric issues and health care needs.
Develop differential diagnosis on basis of clinical exam and laboratory data.
Provide outpatient psychiatric mental health care. Recognize emergency situations and initiate emergency care/triage as necessary.
Provide individualized client therapy, psych-education and medication education for identified issues.
Initiate referrals and/or consultations as appropriate to achieve an interdisciplinary plan of care including referrals to community agencies.
Participate in interpersonal collaborative practice, sharing and receiving referrals from other professionals as well as maintaining communication with clients’ clinician.
Complete necessary documentation appropriately and in a timely fashion. This would include case records and billing information in Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS).
Contribute to site specific quality improvement and care provision data collection efforts.
Graduation from an accredited College of Nursing
Licensure to practice as a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner licensed in the State of Utah. Nationally certified as required under state law.
Demonstration of clinical competence and in-depth knowledge of specialty area, and demonstrated leadership, teaching and communication skills.
Spanish speaking a plus.
A competitive salary will be based on training and experience.
Represent the values of CCPC.
Success in the role requires working within a culture of collaboration, excellence, leadership and respect.
Have sensitivity to diversity and the unique challenges dealing with vulnerable populations.
Ability to work independently and multi-task in addition to working collaboratively within a supportive team and maintain a positive and professional attitude.
Willingness to complete 24 hours of Domestic Violence training in the first year.
Willingness to complete background checks and sign codes of conduct.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits, phone and computer included.
The CCPC is supportive of candidates seeking student loan forgiveness through the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) and the Nurse Corps Student Loan Repayment Program
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About Christian Center of Park City
CCPC is a Christian, humanitarian community resource center that helps improve the lives of people and communities through meeting immediate and basic needs, serving as a leading networker of community resources, offering counseling and care support, and by giving hope to those we serve. Focusing primarily on the population centers of Summit and Wasatch Counties, CCPC serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. We require no membership, dues, or compliance with our faith traditions to be served by our programs and resources.