MedOptions is growing. The nation’s leading provider of behavioral health services to skilled nursing and assisted living facilities continues to expand and has local opportunities for nurse practitioners to join our team of 800 clinicians and support staff.
MedOptions partners with skilled nursing and assisted living facilities across the nation to provide expert behavioral health services, improving the overall mental health in elderly patients through the use of memory care evaluations, medication management, and behavioral interventions. Our clinicians are experienced in dementia care and Alzheimer’s care, long term behavioral health care in elderly populations, and memory care services.
At MedOptions our Nurse Practitioners work within a multidisciplinary team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers and perform initial evaluations and medication management to a diverse population including the elderly living in skilled nursing or assisted living, adults who may be in a home for short term rehab and more acute patients.
Our mission at MedOptions is to be the nation’s leading provider of quality behavioral health services to skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. We accomplish this by becoming the employer of choice for behavioral health professionals, by providing technology solutions to support access to care, and partnering with skilled nursing and assisted living facilities to constantly educate residents, care staff, and families on the treatment process. The result is improved quality of life and the best service available.
• Weekday schedule; no evenings, no weekends
• Highly competitive salaries
• Comprehensive benefit package valued at approximately $25,000
• Ongoing education programs including online learning CEU programs and monthly teleconferences
• Referral bonus program
Our nurse practitioners represent licensed and certified psychiatric, geriatric, and adult nurse practitioners who have a passion for the elderly. This position requires experience or an interest in psychiatric or dementia care.