Come join our Primary Care Team at Santiam Hospital & Clinics! We are a 5-star rated Hospital and voted 2021’s Best of the Mid-Valley for Best Hospital, Best Place to Have a Baby, and Best Local Surgery Center!
We are seeking an experienced, dedicated Behavioral Health Clinician to enhance our healthcare team of innovative leaders.
Santiam Hospital & Clinics is an independent, not-for-profit, 40 bed acute-care community-based hospital with 13 clinics across 8 specialties settled in the foothills of the Cascades serving many recreational sites as well as agricultural communities. We are an ever growing, progressive, up-to-date healthcare facility that is proud to serve our community and care for our friends and neighbors, ensuring the highest quality of care is delivered.
Job Summary: Full time 1.0 FTE; Competitive salary and benefits
Licensed starting wage $80,000 a year, Unlicensed starting wage TBD
LPC or LCSW encouraged to apply.
Flexible work schedule, including ½ day dedicated program development and leadership time weekly.
Annual continuing education fund of $1000 available.
On call responsibilities, including weekends and Holidays as assigned
The successful BHC candidate will:
Collaborate with other medical professionals in a fast-paced family practice environment
Act as a contributing member of the care team, assisting primary care providers in recognizing, treating, and managing behavioral health and biopsychosocial issues
Provide brief evidence-based interventions and use outcome-based models to track patient improvement
Be available for same day warm hand-offs and consultation with primary care providers
Act as a team member in helping build a successful new integrated care program
Connect patients and families with resources in the community
Participate in regular interdisciplinary group case consultations, collaborate with community partner organizations, and coordinate with external specialty care providers
Utilize knowledge of the most common concerns treated in primary care (e.g., depression, anxiety, insomnia, diabetes, obesity, smoking cessation, ADHD, parent education, etc.)