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Psychiatrist-Medical Director-Children’s Center-Evansville
Take your leadership skills to a new level as The Columbus Organization expands its psychiatry team in Indiana. Interviews now being scheduled for a Medical Director-Psychiatry at an inpatient psychiatric children’s center serving children ages 5-18. The center strives to help children and their families resolve needs and build strengths that help them function in their home communities. Ideal candidate will be board-certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
We welcome you to join a cohesive and collegial team of health professionals at this Joint Commission accredited facility in Evansville, IN.
Columbus offers a highly competitive annual salary plus a $15,000 sign-on bonus complimented by a fully loaded benefits package which includes: medical insurance, prescription drug card, vision plan, dental insurance, $50,000 life insurance, short/long term disability, flexible spending account, 401k retirement plan, full malpractice insurance, annual CME allowance, reimbursement for licensure/certification, relocation assistance if needed and generous time off.
Collaborate and supervise Nurse Practitioner
Attends Monday morning Clinical Business meeting for weekly team meeting.
Attends Monthly Treatment Team meeting (EPCC staff, parents/guardians, case workers, gatekeeper, etc.)
Attends weekly school meeting
Attends school “move in” conferences
Attends meetings with families/guardians etc. as needed regarding treatment concerns.
Attends restraint review/debriefings.
Attends various EPCC committee meetings.
Review referrals with team, pre-conference calls with DCS guardians prior to setting admission date.
Respond to restraints
Admissions: currently NP completes the admission process; MD will need to review information, collaborate with treatment plan, and review/sign off on documentation.
Discharges: Currently the MD completes discharge process
Weekly and Monthly notes: Currently NP completes weekly notes and MD completed monthly notes.
Assists with family/group therapy as needed.
Provide staff training as needed
Provide NP clinical rotations
New Psychiatric Residency Program rotations with Indiana University, beginning in September.
Graduate of an approved School of Medicine
Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Indiana licensed or eligible for Indiana licensure
A minimum of 2 years-experience in a management or administrative/director role.
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