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Company name : THIRA Health
Location : Bellevue, WA 98004
Position : Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
THIRA Health – Bellevue, WA
Job Type: Part-time, Full-time, on-site
Required Education: Master’s
Required Experience: Nursing: 2 years (graduate residency qualifies)
Required License or Certification: WA State Licensure
THIRA Health seeks a skilled Family Nurse Practitioner with excellent communication, interpersonal, and administrative skills. The candidate must have crisis management experience and be able to effectively treat a caseload of adolescent and adult female behavioral health patients in partnership with THIRA’s Medical Team. The Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an integral part of the THIRA Health treatment team and reports to the Medical Director. The NP must have experience for treating and managing caseload of adolescent and adult psychiatric patients from a family/primary care perspective in partnership with THIRA’s psychiatric prescribers, and all other medical personnel.
Annual bonus eligibility
100% employer-sponsored comprehensive healthcare benefits package; inclusive of Medical, Dental, Vision, & Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
100% employer-sponsored income protection benefits package; inclusive of life insurance, short-term disability, & long-term disability insurance
Generous allotment of Paid Time Off; inclusive of annual Professional Paid Time Off (PPTO) & CEU/CME dollar allotment reimbursement
401(k) retirement savings plan with company match
Beautiful window and art lined office space inclusive of onsite fresh ground coffee, teas, and seasonal fresh fruits plus other snacks
A fun and supportive workplace culture and team, plus the opportunity to make a significant impact within both the company and the lives of patients!
Essential Job Duties:
Conduct physical exams to check patient health; order and interpret tests such as CMP, CBC and other routine tests.
Review patient medical histories, make diagnosis and conduct appropriate treatment. Prescribe medication when needed
Conduct weekly patient follow up exams and document patient progress
Collaborate with attending Psychiatrist/Chief Medical Officer and multidisciplinary clinical team to create treatment plans and implement recommendations
Conduct coordination of care with patient’s outside providers
Communicate with outside providers and patient family members regarding medical/medication information as needed
Provide phone-based on-call support to staff and/or patients as needed (based on on-call rotation)
Conduct psychoeducational lectures for various cohorts of patients
Support in utilization review of all patients and interface with third-party payers to advocate for patient reauthorizations
Follow up on any medical/medication related issues as needed
Provide medical support as needed across all of THIRA’s programs (PHP, IOP & Residential)
Maintain infection control standards within our facility
Provide medical support as needed across all the programs inclusive of residential program
Attend and actively participate in all required THIRA meetings and trainings
Develop, document and maintain role-specific standard operating procedures
Respond to emergency patient situations – defer to clinicians and contact appropriate help (911) when necessary
Adhere and maintain HIPAA rules & guidelines as well as THIRA’s current Policies & Procedures
All other coverage, duties and special projects as assigned
*** Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain an all-encompassing / comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, projects and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Master’s degree in Nursing
Licensed prescriber in State of Washington with active DEA registration; current license must maintain good standing with the State Licensing Board
Must possess active professional liability insurance; must meet coverage minimums per company policy
Two years (2) minimum experience as a nurse practitioner required; OK for residency year experience to apply. Prior experience as a family nurse practitioner experience required
One-year minimum required experience administering medications, including knowledge of substance abuse treatment
Must possess working knowledge and familiarity with medical coding
Aptitude to learn Electronic Medical Records systems quickly and thoroughly required; Experience and literacy with medical practice software, EMR, preferred. Experience or familiarity with MicroMD PM and EMR applications highly preferred
Must possess strong verbal and written English communication skills
Must possess strong active listening skills with exceptional follow-through on assigned tasks
Must be detail oriented, organized, possess the ability to handle multiple takes simultaneously and follow up on actions based on various assigned duties and/or projects
Must be capable of working effectively and calmly in a fast-paced environment while maintaining focus on THIRA’s core principles, priorities and patient-centered culture
Must be an adaptable self-starter who is able to thrive in an ambiguous and rapidly changing environment while maintaining focus on THIRA’s core principles, priorities and patient-centered culture
Must be able to drive results independently but thrive in collaborative environment
Must be able to interface with all levels of staff, visitors, healthcare professionals, marketers, and the general public in a professional, sensitive, and interpersonal manner
Must be capable of regularly handling highly sensitive and confidential information in a professional and HIPAA compliant manner while abiding by THIRA’s current Policies & Procedures
Must possess strong computer literacy and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
Must be CPR & First Aid certified and/or willing to undergo CPR & First Aid certification process
Must have a smart phone and the ability to use MS Teams on the mobile device for staff instant messaging communications
Must possess the mental and physical capacities necessary to perform the job duties
Who We Are: THIRA Health offers transformative mental health treatment programs for women and girls age 13-65. THIRA Health programs are based on decades of work with women and girls and are designed to offer a truly transformative, sustainable recovery. Each person has a unique journey to recovery. At THIRA, we address behavioral health needs and promote sustainable recovery by leveraging support systems in all areas of the individual’s life. It is our goal to help each person reach their full potential through recovery. THIRA offers patients solutions that care for the whole person, including nutritional meals, yoga, art therapy, movement therapy, and more.
Our Leadership: Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mehri Moore, brings with her over 35 years of experience working with women & girls which she applies in her care and guidance over each patient’s experience. THIRA’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Kathryn Korslund, transitioned to THIRA after spending her career as research scientist at UW’s Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics (BRTC) and working alongside Dr. Marsha Linehan on further developing and evaluating Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Our Chief Finance & Operations Officer, David Krekel-Zoppi, came to THIRA after nearly a decade at Virginia Mason Medical Center and more recently having managed business and operations with Dr. Mehri Moore at The Moore Center. Together, they form our robust team of passionate and skilled leaders to uphold our company mission.
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THIRA Health is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to ensuring that every employee has the right to work in an environment that is free from all forms of unlawful discrimination
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