Required skills & experience:
- NP with licensure in good standing in North Carolina
- North Carolina Controlled Substance Registration, DEA Controlled Substance Registration, Certified in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
- Experience providing clinical services to individuals with co-occurring chronic medical and behavioral health conditions, and have an interest in serving complex, vulnerable, and disabled populations.
- Experience caring for seniors in a low-income community or in a community health setting.
- Experience working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary care team, and specifically working alongside community health workers or care coordination staff.
- Valid Driver's License
What you need to know
- Follow a panel of members for primary care and provide clinical support to the interdisciplinary care teams.
- Interface with specialists, hospitals, and community-based organizations to promote an understanding of the organization's model, facilitate collaboration, and promote shared decision making.
- Perform episodic urgent medical/behavioral health visits and/or telephone calls for members on your panel to ensure that timely and appropriate medical care in order to avoid emergency department visits or hospitalization.
- Perform post-discharge visits for members who have been recently discharged from either an acute care facility or skilled nursing facility to decrease the risk of readmission; perform detailed medication reconciliation and assure that appropriate long-term services are in place.
This position can go locum to perm or perm, based on the candidate's request.