Psychiatric Nurse Jobs in Appleton, Wisconsin
Advanced Practice Solutions Appleton, WI
Job Description: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner – Out-patient A PMHNP (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner) is needed for a full-time permanent opportunity in Dakota County, Minnesota just south of Minneapolis by 20 minutes. Join a Dialectical behavior therapy group in a progressive out-patient setting! Flexible schedule; 40 hours per week Additional opportunities on the weekend for the extra compe...
Pediatric / Psychiatric Appleton, WI
Job Description: A reputable Community-Based, Pediatric, Behavioral Health organization in Chester County is seeking a FULL-TIME, PERMANENT PEDIATRIC, PSYCHIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER to join their team! The Psych NP will collaborate with the Psychiatrist in their outpatient facility to evaluate for medical and psychiatric diagnoses and provide clinical treatment and medication management. A large...
SFV Community Mental Health Appleton, WI
Job Description: The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner will provide direct psychiatric medication monitoring and support services to clients, nursing training to LVN’s and LPT’s Centerwide, and participate in developing policies and procedures that will standardize nursing practices within the programs. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Direct Services: Conduct direct evaluation and medic...
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