Remote Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner – Compact License

Job Overview

  • Clinical License PMHNP
  • State(s) Compact

About the job

Join our truly collaborative culture where everyone is learning and clinicians develop meaningful and rewarding long-term relationships with patients!

Remedy focuses on PMHNP ongoing education and supervision, a very manageable patient load and extensive administrative support. Remedy Psychiatry was founded in 2020 by Dr. Kirsten Thompson, MD a psychiatrist in Los Angeles who saw the significant demand for mental healthcare, the lack of personalized and affordable psychiatric medication management for patients, and a need for a culture focused on maintaining the mental health of the providers themselves, in addition to the patients.

PMHNP (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner) – Child, adolescent and adult, California Licensed, for telehealth psychiatric medicine

Exciting and creative opportunity to join a growing telehealth company and work remotely, with a flexible schedule.

Founded by a practitioner who knows the value of a truly supportive and fun work environment for MDs and PMHNPs, Remedy Psychiatry provides excellent patient care in the context of a collaborative, creative and supportive virtual work environment for our practitioners – a win for everyone.

We are seeking experienced PMHNPs with experience in child, adolescent and adult outpatient psychiatry to see and treat patients over video, and work in a collaborative team with MD oversight and supervision.

PMHNPs must have at least two years of outpatient experience, including at least one year of experience with child/adolescent patients, with ease of using EHRs and video-conferencing.

PMHNP Job Benefits:

  • Aggressive compensation model
  • 100% telehealth, PMHNP working from home
  • Part-time, and full-time salaried employee options
  • Flexible schedule and one that can grow based on patient demand
  • Focus on patient care only! An administrative assistant performs a majority of administrative duties, including but not limited to: rescheduling of patients if needed, processing and follow-up of prior authorizations, clarification of prescriptions when pharmacy errors occur
  • 50 minute new-patient evaluations, 20 minute follow-ups
  • EMR and electronic prescribing for all medications
  • Supervision and collaborative team-based culture with MDs and focus on employee wellness
  • Opportunity for long-term career stability, leadership, and creativity as practice expands
  • 20-40 hours per week, with flexibility in scheduling the days. Work times between 7AM-10 PM PST, based on provider’s preference and availability


  • Complete initial new patient evaluations and develop treatment plans with patients you follow long-term
  • Review medical history and related documents; select and interpret psychological tests when appropriate; order laboratory tests and evaluate results.
  • Maintain interdisciplinary treatment by consulting and collaborating with primary care physicians, mental health therapists and other health care providers.
  • Maintain electronic medical records by documenting symptoms, medications, and treatment events
  • Update job knowledge by participating in continuing medical educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Consult with patient collateral contacts when appropriate (prior psychiatrists, family members)
  • Electronically prescribe medications
  • Data tracking: Assignment of appropriate assessment scales, and review with patient during appointments
  • Communicate directly with patients regarding urgent needs (i.e. medication side effects, acute symptoms)
  • Treat patients with a broad range of psychiatric illnesses
  • Must be comfortable prescribing controlled substances when medically appropriate
  • Must have an appetite for a dynamic start-up culture and believe in equality in mental health care. We are looking for team members who seek lifelong career opportunities, upward mobility, are willing to be flexible, and want to grow rapidly with us!


  • The ability to interact compassionately and independently with a diverse population. Excellent bedside manner over telehealth.
  • Very comfortable seeing ADHD patients, prescribing controlled substances when appropriate.
  • Tech savvy and/or a fast learner of technology.
  • Have outpatient experience in a private practice setting, seeing and treating patients as primary point of contact, for at least two years with at least one year of experience with outpatient child/adolescent population
  • Must have an active, unrestricted California Nurse Practitioner license, CA DEA and furnishing number at time of application, along with DEA. No J1 visa candidates. No recruiters.
  • Multi-state licensing preferred.
  • Multilingual is a plus
  • 2 references, including one from outpatient practice experience
  • No active legal disputes or investigations against their license
  • Ability to complete intake in 50 minutes and follow-up medication appointments in 20 minutes

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time salaried employee options


Salary $155,000 – $185,000 full-time compensation package based on experience (Prorated for part-time)


  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • 401K retirement
  • Dental/vision insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Malpractice coverage
  • Bonus opportunities

Medical specialties:

  • Psychiatry


  • Days, nights, weekend flexibility

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have a California furnishing license and DEA? (Required)


  • Board Certification in PMHNP (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner) (Required)


  • Telehealth
  • Outpatient child, adolescent: Minimum 1 year (Required) post training experience
  • Outpatient adult: Minimum 1 year (Required) post training experience


  • PMHNP-BC (Required)
  • CA Furnishing license and CA DEA required

Work Location: Remote

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