Lead Outpatient Psychiatric Provider (Nurse Practitioner or Psychiatrist)

For more than three decades, Community Alliance has been a pioneer and leader in community-based behavioral health services in Nebraska for adults with serious mental illness. Our opening for a lead psychiatric provider (Physician or Nurse Practitioner) offers a extraordinary professional opportunity to lead and champion the continued growth and impact of our unique integrated care program, located within a mental health setting. As the Lead Psychiatric Provider, you will directly provide outpatient psychiatric services and collaborate on a daily basis with our primary care, behavioral health, and integrated health staff in a team approach to achieving both mental and physical health.

Position Summary


Provide the full scope of outpatient psychiatric care services consistent with scope of license and training, including but not limited to psychiatric evaluation, diagnostic, psycho-pharmacological treatment, and coordination of care in an outpatient setting.



Key Responsibilities
  • Provide high quality integrated care and treatment of Community Alliance patients.
  • Act as the champion with Community Alliance for psychiatric and behavioral health services within the context of an integrated care model, working to grow the practice and improve quality, in collaboration with the members of the Community Alliance team.  
  • Work with appropriate community partners to enhance and expand medical services both for established Community Alliance clients and new patients appropriate to the organization’s mission.
  • Collaborate with Community Alliance leadership to develop annual programmatic objectives and quality targets and optimally integrate medical care with other services provided by the organization.
Qualifications
  • Current Nebraska licensure as a Physician (MD or DO) and Board certified/eligible in psychiatry, or Current Nebraska licensures as Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) with psychiatric mental health
  • Demonstrated knowledge, clinical skills and experience providing treatment to persons with serious mental illness including persons with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.
  • Demonstrated knowledge, clinical skills and experience in the practice of community based behavioral health, including the principles and practice of strength-based assessment, motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care, and the recovery model.
  • Current federal DEA Certificate; Insurability (malpractice) 

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Human Resources
Community Alliance
4001 Leavenworth St.
Omaha, Nebraska 68105

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