Behavioral Health Clinician
Behavioral Health Clinician - Dean
Dean Clinic is actively recruiting for a full time Behavioral Health Clinician at our Dean Clinic-East location. This dynamic position involves improving patient access to mental health services, while
working in close collaboration with our primary care providers in the primary
care setting. This position involves patient screening, clinical assessments,
brief interventions and follow up with patients referred by primary care
clinical staff in the primary care suite. The Behavioral Health Clinician will
also provide clinical consultations to primary care physicians and other medical
providers regarding diagnosis, recommendations, evidenced-based &
collaborative treatment plans and need for specialty care, as well as s
information and follow up with patient. Collaboration with allied RN and social
work staff to identify and obtain needed community support or professional
mental health or AODA services is also an important role of this position. .
Other duties may include: patient and provider education; identifying or
developing new initiatives to improve access and to improve patient care; and
short term psychotherapy.
St. Mary's Hospital Medical
Center has been serving Madison and South Central Wisconsin since 1912. The
hospital is an expanding acute-care hospital with approximately 350 beds and is
generally the hospital to which the Dean Clinic Physicians admit. St. Mary's is
very supportive of the Dean Clinic physicians and works in a complementary
manner on many joint ventures to provide excellence in patient care.
Clinical programs of special interest include the Dean/St. Mary's
Cardiac Center, Family Birth Center (including obstetrics, high risk pregnancy,
and neonatal intensive care), Neuroscience Center, Geriatrics, Orthopedics,
Pediatrics, Renal Services, and Emergency Services.
Home to the State Capitol
and University of Wisconsin, Madison offers a stimulating civic, political and
educational environment. Boasting an outstanding public school system, Madison
has 30 elementary, 12 middle and 5 high schools. More than 180 public,
governmental and special libraries are available for additional learning. There
are more than 160 churches representing 45 denominations, and at least 120
community organizations supporting a vast array of community needs.
Residents also enjoy an endless array of music, dance, theater, visual
and literary arts, including five museums exhibiting art, history, and science
collections. Shoppers and diners enjoy an eclectic mix of independent stores and
restaurants celebrating cultures from around the globe. And with five area
lakes, public parks, beaches, and marinas, Madison satisfies outdoor enthusiasts
with year-round activities from hiking, biking, swimming and sailing to skiing
and ice fishing.
Conveniently located just two hours from Chicago, three and a half hours from Minneapolis, and one hour from Milwaukee, Madison provides easy access to all the amenities these great cities have to offer.
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