Locum Tenens | Behavioral Health
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Where Our Behavioral Health Providers Work
It’s More Than Just Hospitals
The integration of behavioral health into a primary care setting has allowed providers to address the patient’s needs both physically and mentally. Both medical and behavioral health providers are now able to work collaboratively on cases to gain insight into the individual’s concerns and how to best treat them.
With more facilities than ever needing physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants/associates who specialize in behavioral health, Barton Associates continues to grow our client base, offering our locum tenens providers a wide variety of facilities to work at.
Search our open behavioral health job listings or continue reading to discover all the options you may have when it comes to deciding where you want to work.
Find Your Next Locum Tenens Assignment
WE'VE PLACED NPS, PAS, AND PHYSICIANS (ALL SPECIALIZING IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH) AT:
HOSPITALS AND CLINICS
Psychiatric Emergency Rooms
Crisis Stabilization Units
Indian Health Services
Residential Treatment Centers
Home Health Organizations
Our Wide Range of Providers
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROVIDERS & SPECIALTIES
Barton Associates continues to grow our database of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians who specialize in behavioral health. To date, our expert staff have placed providers specializing in:
CHILD / ADOLESCENT
As a leading locum tenens staffing and recruitment agency, we continue to grow our database with providers like you. Ready to find a new locum tenens job?
Locum Tenens Behavioral Health Jobs
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR CURRENT OPEN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH JOBS!
PHYSICIAN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH JOBS
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Illinois is nicknamed ‘The Prairie State’ because it used to be covered in prairie grass. The state’s official snack food is popcorn, which can be served Chicago-style—that’s a mixture of cheese-covered and caramel-covered popcorn!
Experts don’t agree on the state’s nickname “the Wolverine State” because not many wolverines actually live there. A theory as to the origin of the nickname comes from stories about fur traders exchanging animal pelts, including that of wolverines, in Michigan.
There were several different indigenous languages spoken by tribes in the Missouri region. Add in the French colonizers, and the linguistic origin of “Missouri” is a bit complicated. But despite that cloudy linguistic history, Missouri is clearly a state to remember, with an abundance of art, culture, and natural land to marvel at.
90% of the state’s land is used as farms and ranches, so it’s no surprise that North Dakota is the number one producer of honey, flaxseed, and canola. The official state dance is, you guessed it, the square dance.
Before entering the union alongside North Dakota, South Dakota was populated by the Lakota and Dakota Sioux people. The area wasn’t settled by Americans and Europeans until the 19th century.
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