Butte County Behavioral Health (BCBH)
BCBH has been providing mental health and substance use treatment to Medi-Cal youth and adult beneficiaries in Butte County for over 55 years, serving over 7,000 individuals annually. They provide a wide array of Behavioral Health services, including clinical outpatient services for children and adults, inpatient psychiatric care, crisis intervention, and prevention and wellness services. BCBH also works closely with community partners and programs to develop a continuum of care for Butte County residents suffering from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. BCBH will serve as the primary clinical site for HRC residents, where they will have dedicated office space to complete clinical responsibilities. During PGY-2, residents will spend three 4-week rotations at BCBH’s Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF) during which they will be trained in Inpatient Adult Psychiatry. Residents will also have their longitudinal Outpatient Adult Psychiatry at BCBH in PGY-3, where they will have their continuity clinic. Residents may also choose to complete electives at various BCBH locations during their PGY-4 year.
University of California Davis, Medical Center
University of California Davis (UC Davis) Medical Center is a 646-bed university-based teaching hospital that serves 33 different counties and 6 million residents across Northern and Central California. UC Davis brings in about 800,000 visits per year. As the region’s only academic health center, UC Davis serves as an innovative care center that treats complex conditions in a variety of specialties, and is committed to excellence and to the highest standards in education and medical care. Residents will spend a majority of their rotations here during PGY-1; they will have two 4-week rotations in Inpatient Neurology, one 4-week rotation in Emergency Psychiatry, one 8-week rotation in Consult-Liaison Psychiatry, and one 4-week rotation in Geriatric Psychiatry. Residents will be adequately and appropriately supervised at all times by board-certified faculty physicians. In addition, the HRC Psychiatry residency program will partner with UC Davis to have our residents virtually attend their didactics sessions and educational conferences throughout residency training.
Mather: Sacramento VA Medical Center is a part of the VA Northern California Healthcare System. It is a 60-bed teaching hospital that offers a comprehensive range of health care services include medical, surgical, primary and behavior health for Rancho Cordova County. Sacramento VA Medical Center, in a joint venture with the University of California Davis, operates General Clinic Research Center (GCRC) that seeks to advance health care for Veterans and the nation. Residents will rotate at this site for two 4-week Inpatient Adult Medicine rotations during PGY-1, and two 4-week Inpatient Adult Psychiatry rotations during PGY-1.
Chico: The Chico VA Clinic is a part of the VA Northern California Healthcare System and is an urgent care center and medical clinic that provides a wide range of outpatient medical services including Addiction Medicine and social work. Residents will rotate here for one 4-week Addiction Medicine rotation during PGY-2.
Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health
Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health provides services to individuals and families that are experiencing mental health and/or substance use disorders in communities of both Sutter and Yuba Counties. Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health offers a broad range of services, such as acute Psychiatric services for adults and children. Residents will rotate here as part of their longitudinal Child & Adolescent continuity clinic during PGY-2, and for two 4-week rotations in Inpatient Adult Psychiatry in PGY-2 at their Psychiatric Health Facility. Residents will be supervised at all times by board-certified Psychiatrists.
Northern Valley Indian Health Woodland & Chico
Northern Valley Indian Health is a private, non-profit tribal corporation that seeks to reestablish health care services for Indians in northern California. Since 1971, Northern Valley Indian Health has provided medical, behavioral health, and dental services in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, and Yolo counties. Residents will rotate here for one 8-week rotation during PGY-1 for their Primary Care clinic.
Ampla Health is a non-profit network of community based Federally Qualified Health Centers that offers comprehensive services in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba Counties. Ampla Health has 14 medical and 6 dental centers throughout Northern California. Residents will rotate here for 2 weeks out of their 1-month HSM block during PGY-2