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PMH-NP; 19 Bed Inpatient Adult and Geriatric Unit

Company: LifePoint Health
Location: Sierra Vista
Posted on: November 17, 2021

Job Description:

Psychiatric-Mental Health opening in Sierra Vista, Arizona. This and other nurse practitioner jobs brought to you by NursingJobCafe.com

Canyon Vista Medical Center is looking for a Board Certified PMH-NP to join their behavioral health team in Sierra Vista, AZ.

The Inpatient Adult Behavioral Health Unit has 19 beds, which includes 15 dedicated adult beds and 4 dedicated geriatric beds. This position is scheduled 7 days on and 7 days off, and includes: new admissions, daily patient care in behavioral health unit, evaluation and management of psychiatric patients on the inpatient unit and providing psychiatric consults for medical-surgical patients. Candidate must be willing to work in a collaborative environment on the unit with treatment professionals that include RNs, Behavioral Health Techs, Social Workers, and Activity Therapists. Call responsibilities will be shared and supplemented with Tele-Psych services.

Sierra Vista, nestled in the San Pedro River Valley 75 miles southeast of Tucson, serves as the main commercial, cultural, and recreational hub of Cochise County and offers spectacular mountain views and year-round temperate climate. Outdoor sightseeing and recreational activities are abundant in the area with a variety of state parks, championship golf courses, tennis courts, and over 20 miles of multi-use paths within the city.


Keyphrases: psychiatry jobs, psychiatrist jobs, psychologist jobs, psychiatric nurse practitioner jobs

Keywords: LifePoint Health, Sierra Vista , PMH-NP; 19 Bed Inpatient Adult and Geriatric Unit, Healthcare , Sierra Vista, Arizona

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