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If you are an FSPHP member and you would like to submit a job, please email the complete job description including organization, job title and contact information to Linda Bresnahan at [email protected]


Assistant Medical/Clinical Director, New Hampshire

August 2022
Position Title: Assistant Medical/Clinical Director
Contact: Dr. Molly Rossignol at [email protected]

Job Summary:

The New Hampshire Professionals Health Program (NHPHP) is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization that provides coordinated services for NH licensed healthcare professionals from 13 Licensing Boards who’s professional and/or personal lives are being affected by health conditions that could cause them to be impaired when caring for patients. These conditions include substance use/misuse and addiction, psychiatric and/or behavioral health conditions, some physical health conditions, stress/burnout, work-related conflicts or professionalism concerns that are self-recognized or have come to the attention of an employer or licensing board.

The NHPHP is looking for an experienced clinician to work with our team which is composed of the medical director (family med/addiction med), clinical care coordinator (LADC), and nurse advocate (RN), participate in clinical intakes, primary evaluation, administrative management of professionals in treatment and recovery and monitoring of healthcare professionals.

The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal, written and organization skills. Experience with clinical management, mental health services and addiction medicine are highly desirable. A desire to work within a team model and be flexible in duties assigned that benefit the organization, clients and stakeholders. Proficiency in collaborating with medical professional associations, government agencies such as the NH Licensing Boards, businesses and private individuals is necessary.

This position offers competitive compensation, flexible hours, leadership opportunities, and an opportunity to work with a dedicated team in a unique administrative position. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits available. Parttime (28-30 hours).

Prerequisites/Experience:

  • Licensed in clinical advanced degree profession: can include PhD, PsyD, APRN, PA-C, MD/DO
  • At least 3 years’ experience in clinical care (post graduate)
  • Knowledge of current trends and research in the field of alternatives to discipline programs for health professionals desirable
  • Skills in public relations, communication and presentation techniques necessary to effectively advance program goals with regulatory agencies, professional organizations, employers, the public and regulated health professionals.
  • Skills in working with individuals with substance, psychiatric or other medical conditions as well as crisis intervention, mediation, and clinical consultation.
  • Proficiency with word processing software, such as Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Ability to understand and interpret program statutes, data privacy laws and other pertinent state and federal laws, regulated health professional practice acts, and stipulations and consent orders, and apply appropriately in making decisions and writing client contracts.
  • Ability to assess illnesses of regulated health professionals and make determinations regarding appropriate practice settings and or practice limitations to assure public safety.
  • Maintain an unrestricted NH Professional Board license

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Under the direction of the NHPHP Medical Director, and in accordance with NHPHP bylaws, collaborate within a team-based model to ensure quality assessment, treatment and monitoring practices are consistent with the NHPHP’s mission, goals, and objectives.
  • Be aware of the contracted services and expectations of the OPLC and contribute to organization’s success in meeting quarterly and yearly reporting requirements.
  • Participate in clinical evaluation and intake interviews of participant candidates.
  • Participate in monitoring agreement quality assurance and compliance review and implementation.
  • Provide 24/7 Soberlink surveillance and process real-time messages and alerts to participants – with an assigned rotated call schedule shared with Medical Director and Clinical Coordinator
  • Collaborate with Medical Director to develop, implement and maintain NHPHP monitoring practices and standards relating to the referral of NHPHP participants including development and implementation of QI measures and continuous quality improvement of program services.
  • Recognize and align NHPHP practices with guidelines as laid out in the Federation of State Physician Health Programs.
  • Collaborate with Medical Director to develop, amend and oversee the administration of the NHPHP policies, practices, and procedures in accordance with accepted physician health program guidelines and administrative standards.
  • Participate in state, regional and national conferences on healthcare professional wellness and recovery issues.
  • Collaborate with NHPHP clinical team to create and organize the NHPHP Annual Retreat

More Info:

  • This is an onsite, in person position; headquartered in Concord, New Hampshire. Some remote and virtual work is available, though flexibility to be in person for stakeholder meetings is required.
  • Travel around the state of New Hampshire is required on occasion.
  • Interested parties please send cover letter and CV to Dr. Molly Rossignol at [email protected].

Case Manager, Florida

May 2022 (still open as of 8/10/22)
Position Title: Case Manager
Contact: [email protected]

Job Summary:

Professionals Resource Network, Inc. (“PRN”) is an operator of the State of Florida’s impaired practitioner program. Through the program, PRN coordinates and manages the evaluation and referral of licensees and licensure applicants to approved treatment programs and treatment providers and then monitors the progress of program participants. The purpose of the program is to serve impaired and potentially impaired practitioners for the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the public. PRN does not provide direct patient care.

The Case Manager provides case management to PRN participants, including arranging evaluations, treatment admissions, and developing contracts. The Case Manager consults and coordinates with healthcare professionals, Florida Department of Health (DOH), Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), evaluators, treatment providers, hospitals, employers, and facilitators.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Ensure participant compliance with all aspects of their contract, including toxicology testing, timely receipt of reports from providers, facilitators, employers, etc.
  • Review and staff case concerns with the Clinical Team
  • Prepare correspondence on behalf of the participant to be sent to DOH, DBPR, their respective boards, employers, other state programs, and others as requested by the participant
  • Routinely review case progress
  • Review and coordinate case exit or referral when necessary
  • Keep all information confidential
  • Support PRN leadership in maintaining and following program policies and procedures
  • Interact with Affinity (Electronic Medical Records System)

Requirements and Skills:

  • Proven case management experience with knowledge and experience with substance use disorders and mental health
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Office

Education, Experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years case management experience
  • Minimum BS degree in related field
  • Current Certification or Licensure

Please submit resume to [email protected]


Associate Medical Director, Florida

8/10/22
Position Title: Associate Medical Director
Contact: [email protected] and copy [email protected]

Job Summary:

The Professionals Resource Network (PRN) Search Committee is seeking applicants for the currently vacant position of Associate Medical Director.  This is an opportunity for anyone who would like to be in a position in which you can learn a well-developed physician/professional health program process while using your full repertoire of clinical and administrative skills.  Independent ideas for improvement of the program are highly encouraged.  

You can work part- or full-time and live on a beautiful little island where it truly feels as though you are on vacation every day.  The program is well established with a great working relationship with all of our Boards/Department of Health, provides educational opportunities galore, and involves no direct patient care and no call.

Take a look at:  https://www.ameliaisland.com/

Further job description is posted under Employment at:  www.flprn.org

Please submit resume to [email protected] and copy [email protected]


Clinical Care Advocate Illinois Professionals Health Program, LLC

8/2/21 (position still open as of 8/10/22)
Position Title: Clinical Care Advocate
Contact: [email protected]
Job Description:

The Illinois Professionals Health Program, LLC is dedicated to promoting and improving the health and wellbeing of medical professionals and other high accountability persons in safety sensitive positions with the goals of maintaining patient/public safety and quality care and providing the best possible opportunity for the recovery of the professional. Recovery refers primarily to behavioral health and disruptive behavior issues that adversely affect the workplace.

The Clinical Care Advocate is a direct clinical behavioral health service position responsible for providing consultation, information and referral, Screening Evaluations, long-term case management, and educational presentations for healthcare professionals, other high accountability persons in safety sensitive positions, and other designated groups. Service provision also includes identification, management and co-ordination of services. This includes all types of behavioral health concerns with a particular focus on substance use disorders.

Clinical Care Advocates have the opportunity to be involved in education, health promotion and prevention activities through public speaking to physicians, nurses, pharmacists, other healthcare and high accountability professionals around issues related to risk recognition, and management for personal health.

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