PMHNP needed in East Baltimore #3146
PMHNP needed in East Baltimore – Exciting practice opportunity in East Baltimore for a passionate Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner!
Evaluates patients by interviewing patient, family, and other persons; observing behaviors; selecting, administering, and interpreting psychological tests; ordering laboratory tests and evaluating results.
– Develops treatment plans by determining nature and extent of cognitive, emotional, developmental, social, and behavioral disorders; establishing treatment goals and methodologies.
-Treats patients by utilizing psychotherapeutic methods and medications; discussing progress toward goals with patients; providing instructions; monitoring effect of medications; supervising staff provision of services.
– Maintains interdisciplinary treatment by reviewing treatment plans and progress; consulting and collaborating with primary care physicians, Psychiatrists, mental health therapists, nurses, and other health care providers.
Licensed as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) in the state of Maryland
Strong preference for 1+ years of experience in the community health setting
Call Tim at 877-499-9889 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org today for more information on this and other psychiatry job openings.
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