Pediatric or Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner
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Healthpoint is hiring a School-Based Pediatric or Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner. This position will provide comprehensive primary care services for adolescents in a school based, ambulatory clinic setting, providing care consistent with evidence-based medicine. They will also assess patient needs for specialty referrals, diagnostic and in-patient care and make appropriate referrals for service.
To learn more about HealthPoint, go to www.healthpointchc.org.
Behavioral Health Consultant Psychologist-School Based Health Center
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Healthpoint is hiring a School-Based Behavioral Health Consultant Psychologist. The Behavioral Health Consultant identifies triages and co-manages patients with medical and behavioral health problems within the school-based health primary care setting. Provides skill training through psycho-education and patient education strategies and develops specific behavioral change plans for patients and behavioral health protocols for target populations.
To learn more about HealthPoint, go to www.healthpointchc.org
Grays Harbor County Public Health is interested in contracting with a qualified medical provider to provide assessment and treatment for students and/or staff in a school-based health center located within the North Beach School District. This individual will have medical credentialling of at least a minimum of an ARNP to provide such services. Read the Request for Qualifications and more about Grays Harbor County Public Health
Webinar: Creating Responsive Systems through Intentional Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Mental Health Providers
When: Thursday, May 18, 10-11:30am PST (1-2:30pm EST)
This unprecedented time in education has offered opportunities to increase personnel in schools, with a focus on mental health supports. While these opportunities are best situated in an integrated systems framework focused on alignment of initiatives and intentional service delivery, the lack of providers who reflect varying cultural backgrounds and lived experiences remains a top concern. Seeking to create systems where every learner can thrive requires a method to provide access and opportunity to engage with personnel who may have a shared understanding and relatability to those being served. Please join us for a discussion focused on pathways to recruiting and retaining diverse mental health providers in the context of systems thinking.
The national School-Based Health Alliance seeks to elevate the work of those at the state level who make a difference in school-based health care with the inaugural G.R.I.T. Awards. These awards are designed to recognize individuals who demonstrate genuine (G), resilient (R), innovative (I), and tenacious (T) qualities in their work to promote school-based health care.
The G.R.I.T. Awards are open to nominees from the local to state level in four categories: providers, administrators, advocates, and champions. These individuals work in school-based health centers, providing primary care, behavioral, oral, vision, nutrition, telepresenter services, or provide leadership, support, and oversight to the SBHC team and partners. The awards also recognize advocates and champions who support SBHCs from various perspectives at the local or state level.
Winners of the G.R.I.T. Awards will be announced at the National School-Based Health Care Conference to be held in Washington, D.C., from June 26-28, 2023.
We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to promote the work of those who make a difference in school-based health care in your state. By submitting nominations for the G.R.I.T. Awards, you can recognize individuals who embody the spirit of G.R.I.T. and support the work of health and school partners.
To submit nominations, please fill out the survey by June 5, 2023. Let us work together to recognize and celebrate those who make a positive impact on school-based health care in our communities!