VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, in partnership with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical School, is actively recruiting for a full-time, primarily outpatient, psychiatrist at the Clinical Instructor level or higher.Learn more about this agency
A Recruitment/Relocation Incentive May Be Authorized for Highly Qualified Individuals.
The incumbent for this position may be eligible to apply for the Education Debt Reduction Program.
Ideal candidates will have expertise in psychiatric assessment and management of patients of high complexity and across a broad diagnostic range in both Primary Care and Mental Health settings as well as via Tele-Psychiatry; ability to work in interdisciplinary teams; active participation in supervision and education of medical students, psychiatry residents and allied health trainees; track record of program improvement, academic activities and medical leadership. Specific duties will be position-dependent and include providing comprehensive psychiatric care for veterans in Ann Arbor/Flint/Jackson/Toledo in both Primary Care and Mental Health settings, as well as training and participation in Clinical Video Conferencing (Tele-psychiatry). Responsibilities also include providing on-site coverage as needed in the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System sites including hospital based programs. Duties also include supervision of psychiatric trainees as well as contributing to the academic mission of the service. Medical leadership opportunities will be considered for candidates with a strong interest and a track record.
The VA Ann Arbor MH Service is a Partner Affiliate of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical School. You will be joining a vibrant mental health service with academically active fellow psychiatry and psychology faculty and over 180 other interdisciplinary professional and support staff. Salaries are competitive with several additional benefits. Faculty have full and free access to University of Michigan library system, weekly U of M and VA grand rounds, and a yearly professional development fund for conferences and self-education. We pride ourselves on clinical excellence, collegiality, teamwork, academic enrichment, and support of academic development by leveraging our strong program evaluation and research strengths for interested clinical faculty.
Candidates should be board-eligible/certified in Psychiatry, have strong broad clinical (outpatient and hospital based settings) and leadership skills and ability to adapt and work flexibly with several multidisciplinary teams.Specialty board eligibility/certification is preferred but not required (e.g. Geriatric, Addiction, Psychosomatic).Experience with Tele-psychiatry is preferred but not required.
Work Schedule: A regular VA tour is 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Desire and willingness to work alternate tours (specifically one or both days of the weekend) is highly preferred.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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