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Behavioral Health Manager/LICSW/MLADC – Newmarket, Supervision at all locations
We are seeking an experienced and highly qualified Behavioral Health Manager – LICSW or a LICSW/MLADC to join our family practice. Successful candidates must have a thorough working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for both medical and mental health conditions. The Behavioral Health Manager will be responsible for the implementation, oversight, and supervision of integrated primary health care and behavioral health program modeled using evidence-based research as a guide to successful deployment.
Your typical day as a clinician will include:
- Conducting behavioral health assessments using evidence-based screening tools
- Using motivational interviewing with patients to encourage the adoption of healthy lifestyles
- Collaborating with Psychiatrists, Primary Care Physicians, and other staff
- Overseeing case management meetings
- Providing treatment to persons with mild impairments, those coping with situational stress and stabilized persons with serious mental disorders
- Providing between session consultative visits throughout the day
Your responsibilities as the Behavioral Health Manager will include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for program development and implementation of the Behavioral Health Program
- Management and administration of grant funding
- Oversight and supervision of Behavioral Health Clinicians
- Development of Lamprey Health Care MAT program and substance use disorder treatment programming
- Quality improvement initiatives
As a patient-centered medical home, you must be able to treat all ages and work well with an interdisciplinary team in both rural and urban communities. Patient visits are often scheduled around medical provider visits, meaning you will get to be part of a true whole-person approach to health care. Patient treatment often encompasses behavioral aspects of healthcare, like pain management, and smoking cessation.
A Master’s Degree is required for this position, and you will be carrying a full caseload with productivity expectations. This is a salaried position, not fee-for-service. We offer competitive benefits and compensation package.
Registered Nurse – Nashua, Full Time, and Newmarket, Part Time
We are seeking a registered nurse looking for an outpatient environment. In this role, you will practice with a dynamic clinical team, and have a lasting impact on your patients. You will work with providers and interdisciplinary staff to care directly for our patients. While no two days are the same, you can expect to provide patients with office-based nursing, triage, and community outreach, using standard evidenced-based protocols.
If you’re organized, have strong clinical and assessment skills, and enjoy helping people, you could be the new team member we’ve been seeking. Make a difference with vision, values, and a commitment to caring, all in support of the Patient Centered Medical Home model.
- Registered Nurse license required.
- A minimum of two years of recent experience in an office setting, or acute care environment, is strongly preferred.
- Previous primary care experience is also preferred.
Medical Assistant – Various Opportunities
There’s no such thing as a typical day in health care, so what can you expect in this role? As a Medical Assistant or LNA in our practice, you can expect to be involved in a variety of duties such as:
- Assisting providers with administering patient care, preparing patients for exams,
- Processing refill requests,
- Notifying patients of lab results, and
- Completing prior authorizations.
Our practice utilizes the medical home model, so you will always be part of a health care team. Our integrated approach means better outcomes for our patients and more professional/learning opportunities for our staff. You qualify for this position if you possess Certification or Registration as a Medical Assistant (or pending of either) / Licensed Nursing Assistant with enthusiasm to demonstrate high levels of service consistently. Previous experience is preferred, but we are willing to train.
We currently have the following Medical Assistant positions available:
- Full Time, Raymond Center
- Full Time, Newmarket Center
- Per Diem, Raymond Center
- Per Diem, Newmarket Center
Interpreter – Nashua, Part Time
We are currently seeking a part-time Interpreter at our Nashua center. Qualified applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be proficient in English, SPANISH and/ or PORTUGUESE.
- Have at least some interpreting experience/training/certification.
- Knowledge of medical terminology and professional code of ethics is preferred.
- The ability to consistently provide exceptional customer service support is a must.
We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and passionate about working with our patients with a high level of customer service.
Transportation Worker – Seacoast Area, Part-Time
Calling all school bus drivers! Are you looking to earn extra money over the summer? We have a part-time (15-20 hours) transportation health worker position available. Provide demand response transportation for elderly and disabled residents, allowing passengers to access shopping, medical appointments, pharmacy, and other basic needs.
- Operate buses owned by Lamprey Health Care
- Provide rides for shopping, banking, meal sites, pharmacy, and medical appointments
- Assists riders on and off Lamprey Health Care vehicles as necessary including carrying bundles
- Picks up prescriptions and or grocery items for homebound when necessary
- Keeps records of ride units, mileage, unduplicated riders, Medicaid eligible riders and trips provided
- Conducts pre-trip inspection of the vehicle daily
- Sets up medical appointments through the Director of Transportation and provides rides to individual medical appointments as scheduled
- Additional duties as detailed in the job description
- Must possess valid commercial drivers license Class C or greater with passenger endorsement.
- Must possess an NH Department of Transportation Medical Card or be able to pass one before starting employment
- Subject to pre-employment drug testing and random drug testing thereafter
- Knowledge of local communities and roads is preferred
- Must be able to pass first aid certification
- Must be able to pass Passenger Assistance Training (PAT), Basic Life Support (BLS) and Defensive Driving Certification
Patient Service Representative – Nashua, Part-Time, and Raymond, Full Time
Are you someone who embraces change with a positive attitude? Do you have strong computer skills? Do you remain calm under pressure? If this sounds like you, then we want to talk to you about your next career opportunity as a Patient Service Representative. We currently have openings in our Nashua and Raymond centers.
As a Patient Service Representative, you are the first point of contact for our patients. You will assume the responsibility for all front desk operations by greeting patients, confirming demographic information, and responding to incoming and outgoing calls in a timely, professional manner. While no two patients will have the same needs, you can expect to assist with scheduling appointments and verifying insurance eligibility, as well as assisting in the counseling and determination of financial assistance eligibility.
Successful candidates will possess the following:
- Outstanding customer service and communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Ability to work in a high-stress, multi-tasking environment
- Ability to work as part of a team, as well as independently
Candidates who are bilingual in English and Spanish is strongly preferred. This is a part-time position, working 20 hours Monday through Friday.
- High School diploma or equivalent
- 1-2 years of experience in an administrative support role
- Must be flexible with scheduling
Network IT Support Specialist – Newmarket
We are seeking a full-time Network IT Support Specialist in our Newmarket office to provide support to all our locations. The Network IT Support Specialist will work with Lamprey Health Care employees over the phone, through email, or face to face to fix their computer problems. Other responsibilities include network staff support and providing instruction on the usage of applications and researching new ways to assist users in working efficiently.
Key responsibilities include but not limited too.
- Desktop/laptop/mobile device software and hardware builds/deployment/troubleshooting
- Resolve basic network connectivity problems (wired/wireless/VPN/Citrix)
- Resolve Basic telephony issues – Cisco
- Printer deployment and troubleshooting
- Microsoft Active Directory management and server builds/deployment/troubleshooting
- Facilitate fulfillment of trouble tickets as assigned by the Help Desk
- Install new software and hardware and ensure that staff are properly trained on the new system
- Must maintain a high level of confidentiality and be knowledgeable of all HIPAA requirements.
- Associates Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience in Healthcare IT preferred
- A+ Certification preferred
- Cisco CCNA or equivalent experience a plus
- Previous experience with Electronic Health Record and Practice Management software preferred
- Strong grasp of OS troubleshooting with Microsoft Windows desktop and Server platforms preferred
- Citrix, VMware and Hyper-V experience preferred
- Familiarity with MS Exchange 2010 preferred
- Experience with MS SQL and Oracle a plus
- Must be able to provide after-hours support (nights, weekends and holidays)
- Ability to travel throughout southern NH
- Must be self-motivated and have a passion for technology
- Able to work both independently and as part of a team
We are seeking a 40 hour Data Specialist to oversee the development and maintenance of methods of data retrieval from the electronic medical record (EMR), practice management system, Vis Dashboard and other data sources including report creation to support operations, finance, grants, compliance, and the marketing departments.
Key responsibilities include but not limited too.
- Establish and maintain a report request process that supports data integrity
- Direct training and support of operational and quality reporting
- Develops clinical and operational reports in response to the data needs of various departments
Qualifications: Masters in Health Science or Public Health or Information Management with health care experience preferred. Bachelors Degree in a related field required. Competent with basic computer functions and windows based applications, including Microsoft word, access, and excel. Knowledge of Web-I, Centricity EMR and PM software, Crystal Report Writer and VisDashboards/Tableau.