CHE Behavioral Health experiencing phenomenal growth and seeking compassionant Nurse Practitioners to join our team
Join a leading APA-Approved, clinician-led behavioral health company today! The company employs over 800 clinical staff to provide services to more than 100,000 patients in over 1,100 facilities. We operate in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Kansas, North and South Carolina Connecticut, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, California, Florida and Texas. Since 1995, we’ve specialized in serving both adult and geriatric residents in short-term acute rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. Our clinician’s define this work as the perfect balance between flexibility and efficiency.
C.H.E. offers a variety of part-time options to our clinicians. W2 fee-for-service financial arrangements. Packages can be customized towards every clinician’s needs. Packages can include some combination of:
- Medical/Dental benefits
- 401k with 25% match up to first 6% deferral
- Paid malpractice policy
- Free CME’s as CHE is an APA-approved company
- Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays
- Sign-On Bonuses in select areas
- Paid Re-location assistance in select areas.
- Work-Life Balance
- Flexible Work Schedule
- No On-Call, Nights, or Weekends
It’s common for psychologists to diversify their work today. Therefore, CHE’s flexibility and part-time options are the perfect complement to your professional and/or personal commitments. You can feel secure that CHE will offer steady, consistent income throughout your tenure.
Work close to home:
With more than 1,000 facility partners today, C.H.E. will work with you to identify the best “fit” and work-site location(s). Our interview process focuses on your skill sets, interest as well as geographic location to match you to the best available facility. Speak with our recruitment team today to identify the local facilities in your area.
- 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.