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Job Location Woodburn Health Center
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  The Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) works in a consultative and collaborative role as an integral member of the primary care team. They provide behavioral health interventions to primary care patients with the goal of improving overall health of patients.   The BHC helps address a broad spectrum of behavioral health needs in the primary care patient population. Their goal is to aid in early identification and provide problem focused interventions that promote wellness and relieve symptoms. Behavioral issues that are addressed may be related to physical or mental  health conditions. They provide assessment, management and triage of psychological and social problems in the clinic patient population.   This position requires advanced level skill in delivering evidence-based interventions targeted to improve overall health for patients with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. The work includes the BHC meeting with patients individually for an assessment and then providing recommendations to the primary care team to enhance the patient's care plan.  When indicated, the BHC may also work with patients for several subsequent sessions to provide on-going skills training and coaching to improve health and functioning. The BHC also supports helping patients, who require services not provided in the LMG clinic, to make a smooth transition to care with community partners.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education:   Must be a graduate of a doctor of psychology program accredited through the American Psychological Association (APA) or have a Master of Social Work degree from an accredited school of social work.   Licensure: Must hold a current valid Oregon and/or Washington License as a Psychologist (PsyD or PhD) or Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)   Experience: Minimum of two years of clinical experience or healthcare related field.   Skills: - Ability to screen for common mental health problems. Able to conduct Cognitive-Behavioral or solution focused interventions. - Recognizes and advocates for patients regarding behavioral health strategies/interventions. - Promotes health behavior change through evaluation, brief intervention and education. - Works with multidisciplinary team to help support the patient’s health. Coordinates with LMG providers and community partners to refer for appropriate mental health therapy. - Demonstrates competencies in assessment of emotional, cognitive and behavioral disorders in child, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patients (depending upon population served by specific position).  - Demonstrates competency in assessment of cognitive and psychological problems associated with, and/or exacerbating medical conditions. - Experience with working with an interdisciplinary team. - Skilled in case conceptualization and consultation. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.    For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36556
Work Location : City
WOODBURN
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Woodburn Health Ctr
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Meridian Park Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Supplemental
      Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Legacy Health is currently seeking an experienced supplemental Sleep Medicine Physician to join our outpatient care team in pulmonary and sleep medicine.   Education: Graduate of four-year accredited U.S. Medical School or equivalent.  Completion of an accredited residency program, and fellowship in Sleep Medicine.   Successful candidates will have the following education and experience: - Board Certified in Sleep Medicine (ABSM certification). - Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the applicable state(s). - Active member in good standing of Hospital Medical Staff. - ACLS certification required. Experience: 2+ years clinical experience required.   Skills/Knowledge: Basic familiarity with computers and electronic health records required.   LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:  Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.
Requisition ID
24-36521
Work Location : City
TUALATIN
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Sleep Medicine
Bonus/Relocation
No
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Position Status Regular Full-Time
        Legacy Health has a growth opportunity to join a well-established team of energetic NNP’s.  The NNP role has opportunities at both Level III and IV NICU units within Legacy.  Both units offer delivery attendance, medical management of high-risk neonates and infants, including rounding on NNP service patients.  Telemedicine Resuscitation coverage of other Legacy level I nursery sites and the opportunity to work on nonclinical projects vital to the high standard of care for the NICU patients and families is also a vital part of the NNP role.    The Level IV 45 bed unit is within Randall Children’s Hospital, a free-standing 9 story children’s hospital, and offers comprehensive care with all subspecialties, including cardiac and neurology surgery specialties, genetics and ECMO, within the framework of family integrated care.  Randall Children’s Hospital has a dedicated children’s transport team.  No transport requirement for the NNP role.    The Level III 22 bed unit at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical center is eagerly awaiting the addition of NNP’s to the care team.   The schedule is emerging and includes 12, 16 and 24-hour shift options.    The role requires NNP to be based in the Portland/Vancouver area and requires dual licensure in Oregon and Washington. Rotation frequency through both units is negotiable and individualized to maintain 24-hour coverage at both sites, including nights, holidays, and weekends.  Holiday tracks and a well-established self-scheduling model bring increased satisfaction and balance to the team.   The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner role is part of the Legacy Medical Group of medical providers.  Candidates will enjoy a comprehensive benefit package that includes required license reimbursement and generous continuing education support annually.   QUALIFICATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:   Patient Care Management:  The NNP’s work collaboratively with Neonatologists and pediatric subspecialists in the NICU as well as pediatricians and obstetricians in the Labor and Delivery and Family Birthing centers to guide the care of neonates and infants across the care continuum.  The NNP’s are able to practice in an autonomous role utilizing technical procedural skills as well as essential decision making in the care of these patients.    Nursing Care Support:  The NNP team provide ongoing support to the nursing staff whether on the unit or through formal education opportunities.  The NNP’s are key leaders in patient care projects that support both nursing care and medical management.   Resuscitation: The NNP’s attend deliveries in person at each of the medical centers and via a telehealth support platform at the other level I nursery sites to provide a consistent high level of care for newborns throughout the Legacy system.     Discharge Planning: The entire NICU team works to provide an integrated family care experience to enable families to care for their high-risk infants within the NICU setting and beyond.  The NICU values input from all members of the team including dedicated neonatal RT’s, consultants from dietary, OT/PT, lactation, as well as the core nursing, medical and leadership staff.            EDUCATION: As required by licensure.   EXPERIENCE: Minimum 2 years’ experience Level IV NICU preferred    LICENSURE: - Current applicable state RN license required. - Current applicable state license as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NNP-PP) required.  - National Certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) required. - Current Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor Certification preferred - Credentialed by Legacy Medical Staff for Category I and II privileges. - NRP certificate from the American Heart Association. Applications can be accessed through our website at, Careers | For Health Professionals | Legacy Health. For additional information please email Forrest Brown, FoBrown@LHS.org.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J-1 waivers available.
Requisition ID
23-34499
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
NICU Neonatal Nrs Practitionrs
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
36
Job Location Salmon Creek Medical Ctr campus
Position Status On-Call (10% Differential and Min Shift Availability Required)
    Legacy Health has a growth opportunity to join a well-established team of energetic NNP’s. The NNP role has opportunities at both Level III and IV NICU units within Legacy.  Both units offer delivery attendance, medical management of high-risk neonates and infants, including rounding on NNP service patients.  Telemedicine Resuscitation coverage of other Legacy level I nursery sites is also a vital part of the NNP role.    The Level IV 45 bed unit is within Randall Children’s Hospital, a free-standing 9 story children’s hospital, and offers comprehensive care with all subspecialties, including cardiac and neurology surgery specialties, genetics and ECMO, within the framework of family integrated care.  Randall Children’s Hospital has a dedicated children’s transport team.  No transport requirement for the NNP role.  Rotating 12-hour shifts.   The Level III 22 bed unit at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical center is eagerly awaiting the addition of NNP’s to join the care team.   The schedule is emerging and includes 12, 16 and 24-hour shift options.    The role requires dual licensure in Oregon and Washington. Rotation frequency through both units is individualized to maintain 24-hour coverage at both sites, including nights, holidays, and weekends.  Holiday tracks and a well-established self-scheduling model bring increased satisfaction and balance to the team. QUALIFICATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Patient Care Management:  The NNP’s work collaboratively with Neonatologists and pediatric subspecialists in the NICU as well as pediatricians and obstetricians in the Labor and Delivery and Family Birthing centers to guide the care of neonates and infants across the care continuum.  The NNP’s are able to practice in an autonomous role utilizing all technical procedural skills as well as essential decision making in the care of these patients.  Nursing Care Support:  The NNP team provide ongoing support to the nursing staff whether on the unit or through formal education opportunities.  The NNP’s are key leaders in patient care projects that support both nursing care and medical management. Resuscitation: The NNP’s attend deliveries in person at each of the medical centers and via a telehealth support platform at the other level I nursery sites to provide a consistent high level of care for newborns throughout the Legacy system.   Discharge Planning: The entire NICU team works to provide an integrated family care experience to enable families to care for their high-risk infants within the NICU setting and beyond.  The NICU values input from all members of the team including dedicated neonatal RT’s, consultants from dietary, OT/PT, lactation, as well as the core nursing, medical and leadership staff.        EDUCATION: As required by licensure.   EXPERIENCE: Minimum 2 years’ experience Level IV NICU preferred.    LICENSURE: - Current applicable state RN license required. - Current applicable state license as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NNP-PP) required.  - National Certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) required. - Current Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor Certification preferred. - Credentialed by Legacy Medical Staff for Category I and II privileges. - NRP certificate from the American Heart Association. Applications can be accessed through our website at, Careers | For Health Professionals | Legacy Health. For additional information please email Forrest Brown, FoBrown@LHS.org.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J-1 waivers available.
Requisition ID
24-36534
Work Location : City
VANCOUVER
Work Location : State/Province
WA
Department
NICU Neonatal Nrs Practitionrs
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    The Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physician provides clinical care and administrative duties within Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Services.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education: Graduate of four-year U.S. Medical School or equivalent. Satisfactory completion of an accredited residency or fellowship in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.   Certification/Licensure: Board eligible/certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the applicable state. Active member in good standing of Hospital Medical Staff. BLS certification minimally required (ACLS may substitute for BLS).   LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:   Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:   CLINICAL   - Serves as Attending Physician on patients admitted to Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon. - Provides direct medical care and consultation services for patients requiring rehabilitation services who are hospitalized at a Legacy hospital, or who are referred for outpatient evaluation or services. - Provides or arranges coverage or cross coverage for Rehabilitation Services, twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week. - Responds promptly in writing to referral source with evaluation and suggested plan of care. - Provides telephone consultative services as appropriate for patients with injuries and/or disabilities possibly requiring rehabilitation services. - Provides medical coordination of direct patient care delivered by multidisciplinary team including nurses and therapists.  ADMINISTRATION   - Collaborates with colleagues and other staff to develop and implement standards, policies, protocols, and quality assurance guidelines for rehabilitation services across the entire organization of Legacy Health. - Advises Legacy Health on new technology that pertains to rehabilitation services. - Participates in selecting, training, and evaluating personnel providing rehabilitation services. - Participates with physicians, surgeons, support services and other hospital personnel in coordinating the care of patients receiving rehabilitation services. - Facilitates the transfer of patients between the clinical units and Rehabilitation Service. - Meets regularly with appropriate service line administrators and colleagues, to review clinical and administrative issues. - Participates as requested in teaching activities including resident, student, nurse, and therapist education and outreach continuing medical education. - Serves on Department, Hospital, and Legacy Health System committees as requested. - Participates in marketing/outreach for rehabilitation services as requested. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Forrest Brown at FoBRown@lhs.org
Requisition ID
24-36498
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Rehab Med
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Silverton Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Supplemental
    At Legacy, we are committed to improving the wellness of others. Our mission is to provide compassion and excellent care to our patients, our community and each other.  We show this each day, in everything we do.  If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you. This position is for our Legacy Medical Group (LMG) – Women’s Health Clinic.  LMG Women’s Health includes four physicians and a thriving Midwifery Group.  Our providers are part of the medical staff at Legacy Silverton Medical Center. Our midwives provide full scope midwifery in a team-based model, collaborating with the physicians as indicated. Our midwife team cares for patients in our Silverton, Keizer and Woodburn locations.  The community we serve identifies as approximately 60% Caucasian and 30% Hispanic, including a notable Orthodox Russian population. Legacy Silverton Medical Center (LSMC): Our Family Birth Center (FBC) is well respected throughout the surrounding extended communities.   The FBC includes 18-LDRP rooms, an OR on the unit, and a tele-baby program which is a direct link to Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland.  Silverton Hospital has been named a “Top 100” hospital in the country and the FBC has received the JD Power Award for Excellence. Legacy's FBC in Silverton has been consistently chosen as the valley’s “Best Place to Have a Baby” by readers of the Statesman Journal. The midwifery practice has high level of engagement in quality improvement and leadership at our FBC and supports a high functioning interdisciplinary culture on the unit. Silverton is a quaint town with locally owned businesses, a seasonal farmer’s market, summer festivals, and historic murals.   There is ample opportunity for outdoor activities including The Silver Falls State Park with trails known for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and The Oregon Garden which is an 80-acre botanical garden and open year-round.  We are nestled between Salem and the Cascade Mountains and a one-hour commute to Portland as well as close-proximity to ocean beaches and long skiing seasons making this an opportunity for both professional satisfaction and an active healthy lifestyle.  Responsibilities: - Provides antepartum, intrapartum, post-partum, family-planning and well-woman gynecological care independently and with consultation to low, moderate, and high-risk adolescent and adult women based on scope of practice and established guidelines. - This group provides in-patient newborn care and first assist at cesarean section.  This care is guided by practice protocols and standards established jointly by the Silverton Hospital Midwifery Service Staff and the Midwifery Services Program Director under the direction of the Clinical Vice President of Women’s Services. - Functions in collaborative relationships with consulting physicians as clinically indicated. - Participates in the daily functions and staff rotations as directed by the Midwifery Services Program Director. - Follows all organizational, regulatory, and human resource policies and procedures as established by Legacy Hospitals under the direction of the Program Manager of Midwifery Services. - Practice includes full participation in outpatient care. - This is a non-exempt position for supplemental employees with unpredictable hours and schedules. - Bilingual preferred but not required. Education: - Current applicable state license as a Registered Nurse/ Nurse Midwife/ Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NP-PP) required. - National Certification as a Nurse Midwife (MW) required. - Possess active BLS card from the American Heart Association. - Possess Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Certification. Experience:   Full scope women’s healthcare and midwifery experience preferred.   Knowledge/Skills: - Able to conduct research. - Ability to work with people in a diplomatic and tactful manner, utilizing effective leadership and group process skills. - Demonstrated competency in clinical care, as appropriate to the ages of patients served. - Ability to obtain and interpret information in terms of the patient’s needs; knowledge of growth and development; and an understanding of the range of treatment needed by these patients. LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:   Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG.  
Requisition ID
24-36446
Work Location : City
SILVERTON
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Womens Health
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location Salmon Creek Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
        Legacy Health has a growth opportunity to join a well-established team of energetic NNP’s.  The NNP role has opportunities at both Level III and IV NICU units within Legacy.  Both units offer delivery attendance, medical management of high-risk neonates and infants, including rounding on NNP service patients.  Telemedicine Resuscitation coverage of other Legacy level I nursery sites and the opportunity to work on nonclinical projects vital to the high standard of care for the NICU patients and families is also a vital part of the NNP role.    The Level IV 45 bed unit is within Randall Children’s Hospital, a free-standing 9 story children’s hospital, and offers comprehensive care with all subspecialties, including cardiac and neurology surgery specialties, genetics and ECMO, within the framework of family integrated care.  Randall Children’s Hospital has a dedicated children’s transport team.  No transport requirement for the NNP role.    The Level III 22 bed unit at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical center is eagerly awaiting the addition of NNP’s to the care team.   The schedule is emerging and includes 12, 16 and 24-hour shift options.    The role requires NNP to be based in the Portland/Vancouver area and requires dual licensure in Oregon and Washington. Rotation frequency through both units is negotiable and individualized to maintain 24-hour coverage at both sites, including nights, holidays, and weekends.  Holiday tracks and a well-established self-scheduling model bring increased satisfaction and balance to the team.   The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner role is part of the Legacy Medical Group of medical providers. Candidates will enjoy a comprehensive benefit package that includes required license reimbursement and generous continuing education support annually.   QUALIFICATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:   Patient Care Management:  The NNP’s work collaboratively with Neonatologists and pediatric subspecialists in the NICU as well as pediatricians and obstetricians in the Labor and Delivery and Family Birthing centers to guide the care of neonates and infants across the care continuum.  The NNP’s are able to practice in an autonomous role utilizing technical procedural skills as well as essential decision making in the care of these patients.    Nursing Care Support:  The NNP team provide ongoing support to the nursing staff whether on the unit or through formal education opportunities.  The NNP’s are key leaders in patient care projects that support both nursing care and medical management.   Resuscitation: The NNP’s attend deliveries in person at each of the medical centers and via a telehealth support platform at the other level I nursery sites to provide a consistent high level of care for newborns throughout the Legacy system.     Discharge Planning: The entire NICU team works to provide an integrated family care experience to enable families to care for their high-risk infants within the NICU setting and beyond.  The NICU values input from all members of the team including dedicated neonatal RT’s, consultants from dietary, OT/PT, lactation, as well as the core nursing, medical and leadership staff.            EDUCATION: As required by licensure.   EXPERIENCE: Minimum 2 years’ experience Level IV NICU preferred    LICENSURE: - Current applicable state RN license required. - Current applicable state license as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NNP-PP) required.  - National Certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) required. - Current Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor Certification preferred - Credentialed by Legacy Medical Staff for Category I and II privileges. - NRP certificate from the American Heart Association. Applications can be accessed through our website at, Careers | For Health Professionals | Legacy Health. For additional information please email Forrest Brown, FoBrown@LHS.org.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J-1 waivers available.
Requisition ID
24-36488
Work Location : City
VANCOUVER
Work Location : State/Province
WA
Department
NICU Neonatal Nrs Practitionrs
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
36
Job Location Mount Hood Medical Center campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
      The Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) works in a consultative and collaborative role as an integral member of the primary care team. They provide behavioral health interventions to primary care patients with the goal of improving overall health of patients.   The BHC helps address a broad spectrum of behavioral health needs in the primary care patient population. Their goal is to aid in early identification and provide problem focused interventions that promote wellness and relieve symptoms. Behavioral issues that are addressed may be related to physical or mental  health conditions. They provide assessment, management and triage of psychological and social problems in the clinic patient population.   This position requires advanced level skill in delivering evidence-based interventions targeted to improve overall health for patients with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. The work includes the BHC meeting with patients individually for an assessment and then providing recommendations to the primary care team to enhance the patient's care plan.  When indicated, the BHC may also work with patients for several subsequent sessions to provide on-going skills training and coaching to improve health and functioning. The BHC also supports helping patients, who require services not provided in the LMG clinic, to make a smooth transition to care with community partners.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education:   Must be a graduate of a doctor of psychology program accredited through the American Psychological Association (APA) or have a Master of Social Work degree from an accredited school of social work.   Licensure: Must hold a current valid Oregon and/or Washington License as a Psychologist (PsyD or PhD) or Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)   Experience: Minimum of two years of clinical experience or healthcare related field.   Skills: - Ability to diagnose psychiatric conditions. Able to conduct Cognitive-Behavioral or solution focused interventions. - Recognizes and advocates for patients regarding behavioral health strategies/interventions. - Promotes health behavior change through evaluation, brief intervention and education. - Works with multidisciplinary team to help support the patient’s health. Coordinates with LMG providers and community partners to refer for appropriate mental health therapy. - Demonstrates competencies in assessment of emotional, cognitive and behavioral disorders in child, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patients (depending upon population served by specific position).  - Demonstrates competency in assessment of cognitive and psychological problems associated with, and/or exacerbating medical conditions. - Experience with working with an interdisciplinary team. - Skilled in case conceptualization and consultation. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.    For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36394
Work Location : City
GRESHAM
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Mount Hood
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    Legacy medical group is a physician run organization in the Portland Oregon region with a continually expanding cardiology practice.  We would like to add enthusiastic providers to help grow our interventional, general invasive or non-invasive, imaging, preventive and heart failure programs. Opportunities at both downtown and close in suburban hospital locations.   Currently we have 15 General Cardiologists, 7 interventional cardiologists, 3 Electrophysiologists, and a heart failure cardiologist, 18 APPs, 4 vascular surgeons and 3 cardiothoracic surgeons. LMG has 1500+ employed providers and a robust primary care network, 6 acute care hospitals. Annually, we perform over 1100 PCI, 150 TAVRs, 750 pacemakers/ICDs, 500 ablations.   Highlights: - Echocardiography, cardiac CT, nuclear imaging, MRI opportunities - National median compensation (including CME, relocation, generous benefits) - Two-year guarantee with transition to production-based model - Strong and supportive hospitalist service - Integrated cardiac surgery and vascular surgery - Blend of inpatient consult and hospital-based clinic coverage - Opportunities for teaching, research and quality improvement projects - Annual CME allowance, medical, malpractice, pension, hire-on and relocation bonuses  Current Opportunities: - General Cardiologist (invasive or non-invasive) - Interventional - Cardiologist with Advanced Heart Failure experience - Cardiologist with Advanced Imaging experience Requirements: - Graduate of a four-year accredited U.S. medical School or the equivalent - Satisfactory completion of accredited residency in Internal medicine and fellowship in Cardiology.  - Board Certified in Cardiology and clinical experience in Cardiology required. - Board certification in nuclear or cardiac CT (if interested in participating) - BLS or ACLS Certified. Portland is a sophisticated city with diverse cultural activities and a wonderful urban feel. For those who enjoy more outside activities, Portland boasts the largest inner-city park in the USA (Forest Park), more bike paths per city mile than any other city in the USA, as well as hiking, skiing, windsurfing and gardening. Portland is nestled in the Columbia River Gorge and within 90 minutes of Northwest ocean beaches to the West and 90 minutes to long skiing seasons on Mount Hood to the east. Our mild four seasons encourages outdoor living.   At Legacy Health, our legacy is doing what’s best for our patients, our people, our community and our world. Our fundamental responsibility is to improve the health of everyone and everything we touch––to create a legacy that truly lives on.   Applications can be accessed through our website at, Careers | For Health Professionals | Legacy Health. For additional information please email Forrest Brown, FoBrown@LHS.org.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J-1 waivers available.
Requisition ID
24-36483
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Cardiology
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Salmon Creek Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  Legacy is committed to delivering comprehensive and family-centered care with compassion and excellence. As we consider qualified candidates, we are committed to building a culture that values diversity and is reflective of those we care for.   We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you.   Legacy Health is currently seeking experienced outpatient pediatric child abuse physician specialist to join our dynamic Salmon Creek team.   Medical evaluations of children for suspected abuse and neglect.  - Takes appropriate histories, performs physical examinations, takes photographs of physical findings, performs medical evaluations, and obtains as indicated cultures, lab tests, and imaging studies. - Performs overall health screenings with referral and follow-up to appropriate providers.  Legally acceptable reports of evaluations. - Enters into the electronic medical record, detailed, legally acceptable reports of medical evaluations with sign-off and charge entry and accurate coding in timely manner. - Reviews and corrects reports to ensure accuracy. - Includes diagnostic finding and treatment recommendations.  Assessments for suspected abuse.  - Works in cooperation with other professionals in providing assessments for suspected abuse. - Makes all appropriate contacts with outside agency personnel either by phone, electronically, or in person to ensure understanding of relevant historic information and appropriate planning for the evaluation process. - Debriefs in a timely manner at the time of appointment with agency personnel and/or guardian to develop cooperative plan for follow-up on assessment and treatment.  Provision of quality services. - Participates in supervision, peer review, and quality assurance exercises. - Requests peer review on cases that pose diagnostic problems. Telephone consultations to professionals in the community and state on medical aspects of suspected abuse.    Promotion of community awareness of child abuse issues through educational programs.  - Promotes community partnerships and program development regarding child abuse. May train other professionals regarding medical evaluations of alleged child abuse victims and may develop associated educational materials. Expert testimony when subpoenaed to depositions or trials on cases.  - Integrates current research into court testimony and is available as a resource for other staff preparing for court. - Makes appropriate arrangements for court testimony.  Continuing education for child abuse examiners.  - Attends professional training for child abuse medical providers and reads relevant literature. - Takes initiative to research and share new information on this specialty. - Attends trainings and fully utilizes available consultations. - Seeks input from others on own work.   QUALIFICATIONS: As a condition of hire and as requested throughout employment, CAAT requires child abuse background checks which are conducted pre-hire and every three years through the DHS Child Abuse registry check.   This requires a signed release and authorization, and the background check includes a search of systems for any history of abuse or neglect of a child. If a record exists, findings will be reported back to CAAT and findings will be addressed in accordance with program policies.   LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Forrest Brown at FoBrown@lhs.org   
Requisition ID
24-36184
Work Location : City
VANCOUVER
Work Location : State/Province
WA
Department
Pediatric Specialists
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    Randall Childrens Hospital is currently seeking a BC/BE Pediatric Hospitalist to join our dynamic and well-established Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Randall Children’s Hospital (RCH). This position will include attending level care and consultation to children on the inpatient unit at RCH, rotating on both the resident staffed teaching service and as an independent attending. In addition, this position will provide newborn services at RCH as well as newborn services, including resuscitations, at two community Legacy Health hospitals, to include both home pager call and in-house night cross coverage of a level 3b NICU. Hospitalist team members are actively engaged in teaching, quality improvement work (both nationally and locally) and clinical program development. The position will join a large, collegial group of dedicated Hospitalists, and as with prior hires will be expected to have an increased night burden in their first 18 months of employment.   Randall Children’s (RCH) is a comprehensive 165-bed Childrens Hospital in Portland, Oregon serving for decades as a regional leader in care to infants, children and teens in the Pacific Northwest. RCH is one of Oregon’s largest pediatric providers with nearly 100,000 patient visits per year, 24/7 in- house Pediatric Intensivist, and Level One pediatric trauma and surgical services. It has been ranked top 5% of all of Press Ganey patient satisfaction for 2018, AND top 5% for the past three years running.  Randall Children’s is located in central Portland, a dynamic city consistently ranked in the top 5 for livability and offering a wide range of cultural, outdoor and professional opportunities. Legacy Medical Group offers competitive market-based compensation, generous CME benefit, comprehensive retirement options, relocation package, and hire on bonus. As a nationally known and respected health care provider, Legacy Health offers an outstanding work environment. We are a not for profit 501 (c) 3 organization for federal loan forgiveness. As we consider qualified candidates, we are committed to building a culture that values diversity and is reflective of those we care for.    PALS and NRP certifications from the American Heart association required.   For additional information please email Forrest Brown at Fobrown@lhs.org   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. No J1/H-1B visas.
Requisition ID
24-36407
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Inpatient Pediatricians
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Good Samaritan Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    The Legacy Bariatric Surgery Fellowship is a twelve-month program focusing on the field of Bariatric Surgery. This is primarily a clinical laparoscopic bariatric surgery fellowship. The bariatric surgeons are experienced in laparoscopic bariatric surgery and perform a large volume of a variety of procedures, including gastric bypass, lap-band revisions, sleeve gastrectomy, interventional endoscopy and other revisional procedures. The program performs some robotic assisted surgery. The program is involved in evaluating novel endoscopic devices. The program focuses on acquisition of advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgical skills and clinical research. Fellows will participate in ongoing research projects, and initiate their own projects. Legacy has institutional support for clinical research with existing research coordinators and other infrastructure. Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital is a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence. There are opportunities for presentation at scientific meetings and publication. Fellows rotate with other advanced laparoscopic surgeons at Providence Portland Hospital (Kevin Reavis, Daniel Davila-Bradley, Missy DeSouza) whose practices focus on laparoscopic foregut and bariatric surgery. Fellows are given the option of attending several courses for laparoscopic fellows, and travel funding for presentations at meetings is provided.
Requisition ID
24-36347
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Graduate Medical Education
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Emanuel Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    If you deliver a dose of compassion to every patient you see, you may be an ideal addition to the Legacy community. You’ll provide medical and surgical services within an assigned clinic, forging relationships with staff and delivering expert care to patients. Every aspect of your work will reflect the Legacy mission of making life better for others.  
Requisition ID
24-36429
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Neurosurgery
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Homebased EE Oregon
Position Status Regular Full-Time
      We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you   Legacy is recruiting a part or full time FTE Outpatient Advanced Practitioner for our Meridian Park Region. Providers in our Primary Care clinics include physicians and advanced practitioners.  Our primary care providers across the region are supported by individually assigned MAs as well as care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, and behavioral health clinicians and pharmacist.   This is a Virtual Supportive APP role, working entirely remotely.  Candidate must live in Oregon or Washington State. LMG Primary Care utilizes Advanced Practice Providers in this role to extend a group of primary care providers capacity and improve access by:  - Helping to manage the Epic In-basket (patient messages, medication management, diagnostic results and orders, and responding to urgent issues).  - Occasionally seeing follow-up patients to improve access and decompress the schedules of other providers, allowing them to see more new patients. - Seeing same day urgent care type issues which mitigates disruption to the daily schedule, improves access and patient satisfaction. Qualification and Licensure Requirement: - Graduate of Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant program. - Current Oregon NP or PA license w/Prescriptive Privileges. - Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association.  Benefits of Working for Legacy: - A nonprofit that serves the community - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more.   LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:  Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG.
Requisition ID
24-36113
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Resource Pool
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
36
Job Location Emanuel Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    Legacy Emanuel Medical Center is an ACS verified, Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center that admits around 2700 trauma patients a year. The Trauma APP will be joining a group of 8 surgeons and 12 APPs. They will be involved in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery evaluations and resuscitations, daily rounding on the floor, critical care, and surgical assisting when needed. Additionally, there are abundant opportunities for teaching, research, and outreach. This position includes working some nights and weekends, but no call is required. The ideal candidate is self-motived, able to easily multitask, and works collaboratively with a multidisciplinary approach.   Under the direction of the Physician Assistant’s Supervising Physician or Designated Agent and one’s collaborative practice agreement, provides medical and surgical services. Makes responsible decisions within the scope of practice as a dependent medical practitioner.  Works in concert with physician(s) to ensure the highest quality of care for one’s patients. Physicians may delegate to the Lead Physician Assistant those medical duties that are within the PA’s training and are allowed by law. Specific practice activities may differ from PA to PA in accordance with their level of training, experience, and the preferences of the overseeing physician. Likewise, there may be hospital-specific differences in the PA scope of practice at different locations.   This position is located in the LMG Trauma Department at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education:  - Requires Bachelor’s degree and successful completion of a physician assistant program accredited by any of the following accrediting bodies: - Committee on Allied Health, Education Accreditation of the American Medical - Association (CAHEA). Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). - Accreditation Review Commission on the Education of the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA).   Experience:    - Requires experience in direct patient management within the surgical subspecialty of Trauma and Acute Care. - Surgical assisting experience required. - Knowledge of acute and chronic disease states, administration, and prescription of medications, and delivering physical care following treatment plan. - Prior operating room and leadership experience strongly preferred. Licensure/Certification:  - Current applicable state licensure to practice as a Physician Assistant or ability to obtain licensure upon date of hire. - Current DEA, ATLS, PALS certifications. - Strongly encourage completion of FCCS course. - Must submit information necessary to complete a National Practitioner Data Base search and meet Legacy’s standards for results.   For additional information please email Forrest Brown at Fobrown@lhs.org   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. No J1/H-1B visas.
Requisition ID
24-36358
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Trauma Surgery
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Woodburn Clinic campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you.    Legacy is recruiting a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for our Woodburn Clinic located at 1002 N. Boones Ferry Road, Woodburn, Oregon.    This is a Supportive APP role. LMG Primary Care utilizes Advanced Practice Providers in this role to extend a group of primary care providers capacity and improve access by:  - Helping to manage the Epic In-basket (patient messages, medication management, diagnostic results and orders, and responding to urgent issues)  - Seeing routine follow-up patients which improves access and decompresses the schedules of other providers, allowing them to see more new patients  - Seeing same day urgent care type issues which mitigates disruption to the daily schedule, improves access and patient satisfaction. Qualification and Licensure Requirements: - Graduate of accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant program. - Minimum of 2-years’ experience. - Current Oregon NP or PA license w/Prescriptive Privileges. - Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association. - Willing to adhere to guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action. Benefits of Working for Legacy: - A nonprofit that serves the community. - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved. - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36371
Work Location : City
WOODBURN
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Woodburn
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Gresham Go Health UC
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  100% Remote Full-time Position   At GoHealth Urgent Care, we GO above and beyond for our patients, communities and team members to ensure effortless, personal and connected experiences. That's why we partner with the most innovative and integrated health systems and staff our centers with the most knowledgeable providers.   GoHealth has partnered with Legacy Health, to create a substantial network of urgent care centers throughout Oregon and Washington that put patients and providers first, through delivering superior care and convenience. The partnership provides patients with greater access to innovative urgent, primary, and behavioral health care through state-of-the-art technology and unique patient access tools, such as online registration and appointment scheduling.   The Behavioral Health Professional will provide Legacy Employees and their dependents (adult and adolescent) with an empathetic assessment and treatment of their behavioral health needs via our online telehealth platform – 100% remote. Care will utilize high quality evidence based behavioral health modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and/or psychoanalysis. Behavioral Health Therapist will establish trusted relationships with Legacy Employees and help coordinate care with their primary care provider, other behavioral health professionals and/or community resources as needed. Requirements: Education   - Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Psychology, or similar field - Candidate must reside in either Oregon or Washington Work Experience   - Minimum 3 years post-training experience required Required Licenses/Certifications   - Active state medical licensure required in any of the following roles: - Licensed Clinical Social Worker - Licensed Professional Counselor Job Responsibilities   - Establish trusted professional relationships with patients for acute and longitudinal behavioral health needs (remotely) - Conducts individual psychotherapy with assigned patients and group therapy sessions using evidence-based practices. - Conducts psychosocial evaluations to provide diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations. - Develops coordinated treatment plan in collaboration with other members of the treatment team. - Use strong communication, attentive listening, and customer service skills - Completes all required charting on a timely basis, including diagnosis, CPT code, and other elements required for billing and compliance; communicates necessary clinical information to PCPs using approved communication workflows. - Document patient medical and behavioral health histories, medications, and allergies - Participates in all assigned programs and attends all continuing education opportunities to meet job requirements and maintain current knowledge of the practice of psychotherapy and social work. - Demonstrates skills and knowledge necessary to provide care appropriate to adult patients, including knowledge of the ability to obtain and interpret information to identify patient needs, and to provide the care needed. - Performs assigned work safely, adhering to established departmental safety rules and practices; reports to supervisor, in a timely manner, any unsafe activities, conditions, hazards, or safety violations that may cause injury to oneself, other employees, patients and visitors. - Performs other related duties as required. Benefits of working for Legacy: - A nonprofit that serves the community. - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved. - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement, and much more. LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION: - Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action. Applications can be accessed through our website at, Careers | For Health Professionals | Legacy Health. For additional information please email Forrest Brown, FoBrown@LHS.org.
Requisition ID
24-36325
Work Location : City
GRESHAM
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Go Health UC Providers
Bonus/Relocation
No
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Emanuel Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Part Time - Benefitted
    At Legacy, we are committed to making life better for others. We not only provide state-of-the-art care; we also provide compassion and a tireless desire to secure the wellbeing of our patients. If this is how you view your work as an OB/GYN, we invite you to consider joining our community.   This OB/GYN Hospitalist position will be primarily located at the joint site Legacy Emanuel Medical Center (LEMC) and Randall Children’s Hospital (RCH) in Portland, Oregon. Additional opportunities for coverage at other sites within the Legacy system (either coverage or additional FTE) may be available if interested. For emergency coverage, the group of Hospitalists are credentialed at multiple sites.   The well-established OB/GYN Hospitalist program at RCH/LEMC supports the inpatient needs of the Legacy Medical Group (LMG) Maternal Fetal Medicine service. The OB Hospitalists and the MFM providers work closely together on a daily basis, and the MFM practice has 24/7 (not in-house) coverage available. The OB Hospitalist also provides backup to the LMG Midwifery Practice (all CNMs), coverage for unassigned labor/triage patients, support of our private practice OB/GYN colleagues as needed (i.e. C-section assisting), and coverage for Emergency Department and inpatient gynecologic consults and emergencies (miscarriage, ovarian torsion, ectopic pregnancy, etc) with backup available. RCH has a Level IV NICU and serves a vital role in the surrounding communities for high-risk pregnancies. Dedicated in-house Anesthesia is present 24/7. Local academic OB/GYN and Family Medicine residents provide coverage 24/7 at LEMC with medical student rotations most of the year. No outpatient clinic responsibilities.   Shifts are either 12 or 24 hours in-house, in a well-appointed call room on the beautiful Labor & Delivery unit in Randall Children’s Hospital. Some preference can be taken with respect to 12 vs 24 hour shifts, but flexibility is required. Weekend shifts are split evenly among the group of FTE’d employees, as are holidays which are on a rotating schedule. You would be joining Portland’s oldest OB/GYN Hospitalist program with very low attrition over its 15+ year history.   Requirements and Qualifications: - Graduate of four-year U.S. Medical School or equivalent with residency completed in OB/GYN - Board Certified or Board Eligible in OB-GYN. - Unrestricted license to practice medicine in Oregon and Washington. - Current BLS from the American Heart Association required. - Bilingual a plus! Required procedures/skills: - Full OB scope of both low and high-risk pregnancies including NSVD, operative vaginal delivery, cesarean section, management of third stage labor, hemorrhage, level 1 ultrasound, repair of episiotomy and lacerations, VBAC, etc. Gynecology procedures including D&C, minor and major laparoscopy with adnexal surgery (oophorectomy, cystectomy, salpingectomy, ectopic), tubal ligation (laparoscopic and postpartum). Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   AA/EOE/VETS/Disabled  
Requisition ID
24-36291
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG OB Hospitalists
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
24
Job Location Keizer Clinic
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    Are you committed to holistic patient-centered care? Do you thrive providing adult and pediatric care in a variety of settings? If you want to grow as an empathetic advocate for the needs of vulnerable populations, you may be perfect for our Legacy team.   Legacy Silverton Medical Center serves the heart of the Willamette Valley with a wide mix of services, many not typically available in a community hospital: CT scan (computerized tomography), nuclear medicine, echocardiography, family birth center and much more.   RESPONSIBILITIES: Interviews, assesses and evaluates patients and families who present for mental health; provides professional counseling and treatment with the goal of maximizing personal/familial functioning.   GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Interview, assess and evaluate clients and families; provide professional counseling and treatment with the goal of maximizing personal/family stability - Prepare intake summaries, treatment plans and case summaries - Chart members’ treatment and progress in accordance with state and other regulations and in keeping with accepted community standards - Develop, implement and evaluate treatment approaches for clients and affected family members, including individual, family, group or intensive therapeutic modalities - Confer and consult with center physicians regarding client's progress and treatment - Utilizes resources within the medical home that meet the needs of the client's treatment goals - Interviews patients and family members to assess nature and extent of psychiatric problem - Develops implements and evaluates treatment approaches for patients which may include individual, marital, and/or family therapeutic modalities - Provides team treatment consultation and approaches within mental health department. - Maintains confidential individual case summaries - Consults with and accepts guidance from Mental Health clinical director for complex patient interventions and development of plan of care - Works in collaborative team model to further strategic departmental goals and objectives EDUCATION: Master of Social Work degree from an accredited School of Social Work required.   EXPERIENCE: This position requires a minimum of one year relevant experience. Experience in one or more of the following areas strongly preferred: - Care Management - Behavioral Health - Social Services - Addictions treatment LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.    For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36283
Work Location : City
KEIZER
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Behavioral Health
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
36
Job Location Westside Internal Medicine Clinic
Position Status Part Time - No Benefits
        The Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) works in a consultative and collaborative role as an integral member of the primary care team. They provide behavioral health interventions to primary care patients with the goal of improving overall health of patients.   The BHC helps address a broad spectrum of behavioral health needs in the primary care patient population. Their goal is to aid in early identification and provide problem focused interventions that promote wellness and relieve symptoms. Behavioral issues that are addressed may be related to physical or mental  health conditions. They provide assessment, management and triage of psychological and social problems in the clinic patient population.   This position requires advanced level skill in delivering evidence-based interventions targeted to improve overall health for patients with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. The work includes the BHC meeting with patients individually for an assessment and then providing recommendations to the primary care team to enhance the patient's care plan.  When indicated, the BHC may also work with patients for several subsequent sessions to provide on-going skills training and coaching to improve health and functioning. The BHC also supports helping patients, who require services not provided in the LMG clinic, to make a smooth transition to care with community partners.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education:   Must be a graduate of a doctor of psychology program accredited through the American Psychological Association (APA) or have a Master of Social Work degree from an accredited school of social work.   Licensure: Must hold a current valid Oregon and/or Washington License as a Psychologist (PsyD or PhD) or Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)   Experience: Minimum of two years of clinical experience or healthcare related field.   Skills: - Ability to screen for common mental health problems. Able to conduct Cognitive-Behavioral or solution focused interventions. - Recognizes and advocates for patients regarding behavioral health strategies/interventions. - Promotes health behavior change through evaluation, brief intervention and education. - Works with multidisciplinary team to help support the patient’s health. Coordinates with LMG providers and community partners to refer for appropriate mental health therapy. - Demonstrates competencies in assessment of emotional, cognitive and behavioral disorders in child, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patients (depending upon population served by specific position).  - Demonstrates competency in assessment of cognitive and psychological problems associated with, and/or exacerbating medical conditions. - Experience with working with an interdisciplinary team. - Skilled in case conceptualization and consultation. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.    For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36281
Work Location : City
BEAVERTON
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Westside IM
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
20

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