The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place is seeking an Advanced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who is passionate in helping to guide patients on their journey to recovery and mental wellness. The NP will be responsible for performing certain medical and psychiatric functions, under the direction and supervision of the Medical Director. Some of these responsibilities include:
Perform Physical and Psychiatric Exams/Evaluation.
Order diagnostic studies (Laboratory, x-ray, EKG, etc.)
Work with team to develop treatment plan.
Diagnose patient conditions and their causes.
Prescribe and write appropriate medications; monitor their use and document results.
Patient progress documentation.
Provide immediate care in emergency/life threatening situations.
Be familiar with the rules on patient confidentiality and ensure patient confidentiality is strictly observed in all situations.
The Nurse Practitioner practices the goals and objectives of Farley Center at Williamsburg Place in providing quality service and care to patients, visitors, referral services. Maintains a responsive, cooperative and pleasant attitude with fellow employees. Conducts self in the work setting with the utmost respect and patience for the above groups and contributes to a productive work environment with communication as a key focus while adhering to the confidentiality standards of the facility.
Must be licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia's State Board of Nursing as an Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner or PMHNP.
*If in recovery, prefer (5) years post-recovery/sobriety from drug and alcohol addiction, minimum of (2) years.
Internal Number: 2018-2672
About Diamond Healthcare
Diamond Healthcare Corporation partners with hospitals across the United States. Diamond also owns several behavioral health/chemical dependency facilities. For the past 30 years, we have been bringing our sought-after expertise and the most qualified professionals in the fields of psychiatry, addiction and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation to our hospital clients. Across all positions, our compassionate employees are essential to the successful delivery of quality behavioral health care to our patients.
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