Medical Provider (Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) – Full Time
About Evergreen Treatment Services:
Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS) is a great place to work! Employees at ETS work collaboratively to provide excellent patient care and support services in a highly ethical and professional manner. ETS encourages work life balance and a healthy lifestyle through a comprehensive package of benefits including paid leave, medical and dental coverage, and an employee assistance program. ETS highly values creativity and recognizes employees for exceptional job performance.
Benefits include: competitive salaries, medical and dental benefits, eleven paid annual holidays, a 403(b) retirement investment plan, two weeks paid vacation in the first year, one week of mental health leave, opportunities for advancement, and a friendly work environment. ETS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ETS values diversity. The agency does not discriminate against employees or applicants because of race, ethnicity, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability.
Job Functions Include:
- Conduct intake medical assessments and determine initial medication dose level for substance use disorder patients
- Conduct patient dose evaluations and change medication levels, as indicated
- Conduct physical examinations of patients and make appropriate recommendations for follow-up
- Facilitate appropriate referrals to outside medical providers for needed follow-up
- Evaluate, as necessary, patients with urgent or emergent medical needs and determine if further medical assistance is necessary
- Write medical orders for all take-home privileges, seeking Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) exceptions as necessary
- Coordinate medication treatment with other clinic treatment staff including nurses, counselors, pharmacists, physicians, acupuncturists and case managers
- Active Physician Assistant license in the state of Washington, or
- Active Nurse Practitioner license in the state of Washington
- All Medical Providers must have a Schedule II, III, and IV prescriptive authority from the DEA or be eligible to obtain
- Experience in substance use disorder treatment