Job ID: 289329671
Last Updated: 1/14/2020
LCSW or Therapist needed in Oregon
Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
Samaritan Health Services (OR), a non-profit integrated health care delivery system has an opportunity for a Mental Health Therapist. Samaritan Health Services is seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LPC or Mental Health Psychologist to join our team in Corvallis, Oregon.
At Samaritan Mental Health, we are proud to provide complete mental health services through a team of highly skilled psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioner and licensed clinical social workers. A full range of professional mental health services is offered, including the groundbreaking NeuroStar TMS therapy for major depression. Our program includes an additional clinic located in Albany. Our award-winning health system provides exceptional primary care and a range of specialty services throughout the mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon coast.
The network serves approximately 300,000 residents in Linn, Benton, Lincoln and portions of Polk and Marion counties. Our skilled providers have a passion for building healthier communities through world-class, compassionate health care.
Child and Adolescent Therapist (Corvallis, OR)
Individual and group therapy
35 patient hours per week
Mixed patient population
Duties to include short-term therapy, as well as resource advocacy/management
No night call
LCSW state licensure
Should possess excellent clinical skills, communication skills, and a strong commitment to providing excellent care that is team oriented
Eligibility to work in the United States
We offer an attractive salary plus incentives, paid malpractice, CME days plus allowance, Electronic Medical Record (EPIC) and a competitive benefits package.
Nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis is an ideal location to work, live and raise a family. Within easy driving distance of mountains, rivers and the famed Oregon Coast, opportunities abound for outdoor enthusiasts such as camping, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and skiing. As an added bonus, Oregon's two largest cities and cultural centers - Portland and Eugene - are close by. Meanwhile, the tree lined city of about 55,000 residents has earned the reputation as one of the best cities in the nation to call home - though many who live here wish that distinction did not attract so much publicity!
For more information please contact Annette Clovis at firstname.lastname@example.org, (541) 768-4419 or apply on our website at www.samhealth.org/docjobs
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