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Clinical Coordinator - Washington Physicians Health Program
2 openings available

Position Title:  Clinical Coordinator (2 openings available) 
Contact: Shea Scheuler, MA, LMFTA, SUDP - [email protected]
Job Description:  Washington Physicians Health Program (WPHP) has an outstanding employment opportunity for a full-time Clinical Coordinator. The Clinical Coordinator is an exempt employee who engages in a variety of clinical activities, manages assigned cases, assists as needed with special projects, and ensures that efficient, effective operations and procedures are in place. This person will be licensed at the Masters level in a relevant mental health field and have extensive experience with co-occurring disorders.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a professional team working in service to an important social mission. See for more information. With a generous pay structure, an excellent benefits package and a wonderful team of coworkers, this position offers the complete package. Please send us your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

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Executive Medical Director - Texas Physician Health Program

Position Title:  Executive Medical Director, Texas Physician Health Program
Contact:  Anand Mehendale, MD - [email protected] 
Job Description:
The Medical Director is selected by the Governing Board of the Texas Physician Health Program with the approval of the Texas Medical Board and serves as agency medical director, functioning in accordance with the Governing Board policies and procedures, and at their discretion exercising independent clinical judgment and using independent judgment in providing for or approving the treatment of all health conditions that have a potential to compromise a participant’s ability to practice with reasonable skill and safety, including physical and mental health issues, substance use disorders, subject to Governing Board review.  Responsible for implementing and maintaining policies, systems, and measures regarding clinical and professional issues and determinations and overseeing department staff.   Represents the board at state and national meetings of clinical, education, training, and regulatory medical organizations regarding licensing, enforcement, clinical, and professional issues, and determinations related to regulating the safe practice of medicine.  Participates in the ongoing development of the Governing Board’s strategic plan, proposed rules, and policies.

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Case Manager - Tennessee Medical Foundation

Position Title:  Case Manager
Contact:  Jennifer Rainwater - [email protected] 
Job Description:
The Tennessee Medical Foundation is seeking a Case Manager for an opening beginning in May 2020. The role of Case Manager is to provide monitoring for Tennessee Medical Foundation Physician’s Health Program contract participants. Responsibilities will include utilization of the Affinity eHealth electronic records system including the set-up and monitoring of toxicology screening. The Case Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the monitoring process including contract preparation, orientation of new participants, documentation, quarterly visits with participants, preparation of case summaries, etc. Qualified applicants should have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a social worker, case manager or therapist working with professionals. A masters in social work or similar field is preferred. Should also have experience working with clients that have substance use disorders and/or primary mental health disorders. For a detailed Job Description and to submit a resume, please contact Jennifer Rainwater at [email protected] 

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Medical Director - Harmony Foundation - Colorado

Position Title: Medical Director (Full-time)
Contact:  Peter Jackson - [email protected]
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Job Description:  Nestled in a serene mountain setting, Harmony provides treatment for alcohol and drug addiction. Clients and their families are welcomed into a collaborative and respectful treatment process that utilizes accepted best practices in addiction treatment. We’d like to welcome you to take part in this amazing journey too, as our new Medical Director. Help us promote physical, emotional and spiritual healing… empowering our clients to embark upon their lifelong journey of recovery.

We are seeking an individual to develop, evaluate and revise clinical policy and protocols. Our ideal candidate is skilled in consistently demonstrating personal effectiveness and credibility/implementing strategies and tactics to improve our client outcomes.

This highly visible role will supervise NP’s, ensuring that staff are mentored and coached in a positive and respectful manner. Proven success in collaborating with key internal stakeholders in developing behavioral health and recovery programs is key. Psychiatry experience and background is a plus!

MD or DO degree is required as well as an active and unrestricted medical license and controlled substance license from the State of Colorado. This role reports to our President/CEO and works closely with our Chief Clinical Officer.

Come join us as we roll into our 50th year as Colorado’s oldest residential substance abuse program. Harmony is CARF accredited.