Regional Clinical Director, Psychiatry Job – Sacramento, CA 2022-7712

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About Us

CHE is a premier provider of behavioral health services and is the partner of choice for skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities. CHE has been operating for over 20 years and employs over 700 clinicians in eleven states of operations. We deliver a unique programmatic approach to behavioral health services and are focused on quality and compliance for facilities.  Backed by a leading private equity investment firm, we are looking for aggressive, talented, ambitious, engaging, innovative, and all-around balanced individual to join our team.


General Summary

The Regional Clinical Director, Psychiatry is responsible for oversight of clinical operations in the assigned region.  The Regional Clinical Director will use established clinical models, systems and protocols in the planning, management and support of the services provided within contracted facilities and in the outpatient setting.  The role supports the CHE psychiatry clinician to function safely and efficiently, collaborating with psychology services.  The Regional Clinical Director will support employees and are leaders in cultivating an environment, which encourages teamwork and employee satisfaction. 



  • Provide direct clinical services weekly in California
    • 40 RVU’s per week minimum expectation
  • Remotely provide on-boarding training and support to nurse practitioners and clients as needed in California.
  • Support clinicians to build caseloads and deliver care that patients rate highly, setting goals for region in consultation with corporate leadership
  • Provide case review, documentation review and audits for nurse 
  • Review nurse practitioner productivity reporting on a weekly basis and provide updates to management team



  • MSN-Nurse Practitioner



  • 3 years of clinician leadership experience preferred
  • Experience in skilled nursing & rehabilitation required 
  • Outpatient telehealth experience a plus



  • Previous experience in management and long-term care preferred


  • Advanced critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Strong leadership and decision-making skills
  • Strong communication and team-building skills
  • Excellent customer relationship management skills
  • Advanced organizational and time-management skills with the ability to handle multiple assignments
  • Self-motivation and the ability to work independently
  • Ability to travel, at times overnight

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Act as a liaison between company administration, facility staff and company employees.
  • Responsible for financial performance of region through support of clinical productivity.
  • Assures compliance with company and policies and procedures.
  • Leads Talent Acquisition team on all Psychiatry openings in territory, interviewing potential candidates for clinical knowledge and independent practice skills.
  • Oversees onboarding of new psychiatry clinicians: serving as their mentor, providing medication call, and performing documentation audits with feedback. 
  • Performs annual documentation audit for psychiatry staff to assist in the identification of problem areas and develop action plans to correct identified deficiencies, coordinating any concerns as appropriate with CHE Compliance Office.
  • Assesses educational needs of clinical staff, developing targeted educational opportunities to improve clinical knowledge of assigned clinicians.
  • Represents psychiatry for the Region on the corporate Psychiatry Steering Committee.
  • Manages operational practices and supports organizational and staff performance to help formulate and implement improvement activities to assure safe, quality patient care, in accordance with applicable regulations and established standards of care.  
  • Provide compliance oversight with Psychiatry & Nurse Practitioner collaborative agreements. 
  • Supports start-ups of outpatient clinical practice
  • Provides psychiatry coverage at an assigned facility or outpatient hours two days per week. 

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zip: 95815-4230

lat/long: 38.60570,-121.44588

Licensed Clinical Psychologist-Sacramento, California Job – Sacramento, CA 2022-7069

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Job Description


I am pleased to call your attention to an opportunity for licensed psychologists (full or part time) to join our clinical team in Sacramento, CA. CHE is one of the largest providers of on-site psychological services to seniors in the country. For the past 21 years our group has been providing psychological services, neuro-psychological/cognitive rehabilitation, and behavioral medicine services to residents of 700+ independent living, personal care, skilled nursing, and acute rehab facilities in NY, NJ, PA, CT and CA.


What we provide:


• A clinically as well as financially rewarding position in which you can utilize your clinical skills to meet the mental health needs of our vibrant senior community
• A very flexible work schedule to accommodate your current professional and personal obligations
• Training and supervision in gero-psychology under the supervision of our prominent clinical directors.

We are in need of clinicians with strong skills, who enjoy working independently. Schedules are flexible and ideal for recently licensed psychologists and those looking to supplement their current work.


You will be joining:


A team of colleagues committed to clinical excellence, compassionate care, and professional integrity; a company that welcomes your participation in a ‘collaborative’ approach to the integration of psychological services in multidisciplinary settings; and a professional organization that provides individualized training, ongoing clinical supervision, and professional development workshops in all of our service domains.

Job Requirements


• Active State Licensed Psychologist, or near completion of license.
• Doctorate in Clinical/Counseling Psychology.

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zip: 95815-4230

lat/long: 38.60570,-121.44588

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner-Sacramento, California Job – Sacramento, CA 2021-6495

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CHE Behavioral Health Services is seeking full-time or part-time Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners in Sacramento, California.  CHE Behavioral Health Services provides psychiatric services to residents in long-term care settings – primarily skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation centers, and assisted living residences. As we continue to grow, we are always seeking skilled professionals of the highest caliber of competence and integrity that share our commitment to providing state-of-the-art psychiatric services. We have a variety of opportunities available in long-term care facilities and rehabilitation centers.


Our collaborative approach as well as our training and professional development opportunities makes CHE Behavioral Health Services a great place to build a challenging and rewarding career.

As a member of our team you will enjoy:

  • Competitive Remuneration Package
  • Training & Supervision
  • Medical/Dental
  • Free CEU’s
  • 401k
  • PTO
  • Electronic Documentation (EMR)
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Flexible Work Schedule 
  • Full-Time and Part-Time Options
  • No On-Call, Nights, or Weekends

You will be joining:

A team of colleagues, Psychologists, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatrists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers as well as Clinical Leaders who are  committed to clinical excellence, compassionate care, and professional integrity; a company that welcomes your participation in a ‘collaborative’ approach to the integration of psychiatric services in multidisciplinary settings; and a professional organization that provides individualized training, ongoing clinical supervision, and professional development workshops in all of our service domains. 


MSN-Psychiatric/Mental Health, ANCC Certification. Psychotropic medication management experience, and DEA. Family Nurse Practitioners with 3-5 years of experience will be considered. Preferred Psych certification.  

Additional Duties:

• Assess patient’s mental and physical status based on symptoms. 
• Collaborate with interdisciplinary team members, including psychiatrists, psychologists, or nursing staff, to develop, implement, or evaluate treatment plans. 
• Consult with psychiatrists or other professionals when unusual or complex cases are encountered. 
• Develop and implement treatment plans. 
• Distinguish between physiologically and psychologically based disorders and diagnose appropriately. 
• Prescribe appropriate medications for physical and mental health issues. Will plan and institute a course of treatment demonstrating knowledge of drug action, interaction, and reactions. Prescribe or recommend controlled medications according to existing core privileges.

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zip: 95815-4230

lat/long: 38.60570,-121.44588

Assistant Account Manager- Sacramento, California Job – Sacramento, CA 2021-5473

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CHE  Behavioral Health is seeking a full time Assistant Account  Manager for our Northern CA Territories.  


Account ExecutiveNorthern, California

Department: Operations

Location: Mixture of remote + travel throughout territory

Supervisor: Regional Director of Operations


About Us:


CHE is a premier provider of behavioral health services with more than 700 clinicians in eleven states. We are a multi-specialty clinical group dedicated to increasing access to mental health services and to reducing stigma associated with mental health conditions.


We provide both psychology and psychiatry services in multiple settings including Outpatient Telehealth, In-person Psychotherapy Clinics, Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities. Our philosophy of care is grounded in the belief that mental health care should be holistic, and patient centered. Rather than utilizing a one size fits all approach, we recognize people’s mental and emotional health as highly individual and reflective of personal experiences and history, biological and genetic factors, relationships and social support, and social factors such as economic, gender, racial, and other systemic disparities. Personal mental health is tied to the health of communities and the greater social world; therefore, CHE believes that mental and emotional well-being is best achieved by working at both the individual and community levels.


To support strong communities and contribute to a more just social world, CHE works to strengthen diversity and inclusivity and to reduce systematic practices that negatively impact mental health. We actively support and partner with non-profit organizations and other companies dedicated to creating a more equitable world. Through our treatment philosophy, teletherapy services, clinics and facilities, social activism, and community support, CHE hopes to create a world where stigma around mental health is eradicated and where seeking mental health care services is viewed as good self-care.




-Two years of business experience and two years of college or related work; college degree a plus

-Industry experience preferred

-Healthcare services sales experience preferred


Knowledge & Skills:


-Advanced computer proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite preferred

-Able to work independently; demonstrates efficient work habits

-Effectively work within a team environment

-Excellent interpersonal skills, both written and verbal

-Highly organized with attention to detail

-Ability to manage multiple priorities

General Summary


The Assistant Account Manager is responsible for assuring effective and efficient operational processes including but not limited to communicating, directing, planning, organizing, and financial monitoring to facilitate the delivery of high-quality behavioral health services within the assigned territory.  The Account Manager is an integral part of the regional management team, serving as the primary point of contact for all nursing home facility (customer) relationships within the Northern CA region. The Account Manager proactively manages and nurtures key relationships, ensuring a high level of responsiveness and superior customer service thereby contributing to CHE’s success in Northern CA territory. 

primary objectives are to maintain current business, bring on new Facilities and enhance and develop low performing facilities by appropriately increasing productivity volumes and managing caseload utilization.




Essential Position Responsibilities:


-Works collaboratively with Regional Director of Operations to develop and support development of new business lines and set and achieve regional goals related to new contract development and maintenance of current business lines.

-Supports regional business marketing strategy and coordinates execution of new facility contracts; expands scope and depth of services in existing accounts.

Networks within long-term care, mental health facilities, and local associations


to generate new business for the company.

-Provides complete customer service to the active facilities: Evaluates every facility and addresses concerns immediately.

-Gives support to facilities, aiding in facility interface and referral generation.

Communicates territory needs

-Aides in discharge to home program development at the facilities and referral generation.

-Participates in discharge meetings at the facilities to ensure continuity of care needs are met and bring awareness to discharge to home programs.



New Business Development/Marketing:


-Develops new business by building up new facility contracts, as well as expanding scope and depth of services in existing accounts.

-Network with mental health facilities/SNF/AL facilities to generate business for the company.

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zip: 95815-4230

lat/long: 38.60570,-121.44588