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Psychiatrist

Employer
Imperial County Behavioral Health Services
Location
El Centro, California
Closing date
Dec 31, 2021

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Specialty
Psychiatry
Hours
Full Time, Part Time
Position Type
Permanent
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PSYCHIATRIST POSITION
Excellent Opportunity in California


Imperial County Behavioral Health Services is currently recruiting for full-time or part-time psychiatrists. Imperial County, a rich farming area with a population of 180,000, is located 90 miles east of San Diego, 90 miles south of Palm Springs, 60 miles west of Yuma, Arizona, and just north of the cosmopolitan city of Mexicali, Mexico. San Diego State University maintains a satellite campus in Calexico, and there are several private and public universities located in Mexicali. Imperial County’s location and diversity make it the perfect place for any professional.

The position pays a highly competitive salary, including health benefits for you and your family, and requires no hospital work and minimal after-hours work, freeing you up for more leisurely activities. As a Psychiatrist with Imperial County Behavioral Health, you will be part of a multidisciplinary  treatment team that includes therapists, nurses, and rehabilitation technicians that provide comprehensive support and resources to assist clients in achieving recovery.

J-1 and H1-B Applicants welcome.

Our agency is experienced in successfully processing J-1 Waiver and H-1B Visa applicants. Qualified candidates must have a CA medical license or ability to obtain.

Send CV to:

Imperial County Behavioral Health Services
202 North 8th Street, El Centro, CA 92243

For additional information, please contact:
Marcy Sesma (442) 265-1605

marcysesma@co.imperial.ca.us 

 

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Imperial County “Our Community”

Imperial County is located at the southernmost eastern corner of California and borders Mexicali, Mexico, and Arizona. It is comprised of four cities: Calexico, El Centro, Imperial, and Brawley. The population of Imperial County is approximately 182,000 people with the county seat located in El Centro. The diverse population in Imperial County has strong cultural influences that make living in the area very rewarding. Aside from the activities and colorful culture, Imperial County offers safe communities, good schools and is a wonderful place to raise a family. The cost of living in Imperial County is affordable, with low to moderate home pricing and a good selection of various home sizes and styles.

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Recreation

A remarkable benefit of living and working in this region is that the area provides many opportunities for recreation. The desert and dunes nearby are well enjoyed by off-road, dirt bike and quad enthusiast while the cool flowing Colorado River offers boating, swimming, and fishing. Just north of the Imperial Valley is Coachella and the Palm Springs area where golfing, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife are in ample supply. To the west is San Diego where you can enjoy the world-famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, world-class golf, sports fishing and other ocean adventures of all types.

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To our south is our sister city, Mexicali, Mexico. Mexicali is the capital of Baja California and can lead you onto the most amazing journeys in fine food, cultural activities, museums, and nightlife. Baja California is also the gateway to the beautiful Sea of Cortez where water recreation, sports fishing, and diving are some of the most excellent water activities you can ever encounter. Famous explorer and filmmaker Jacque Cousteau once referred to the Sea of Cortez as “the world’s aquarium.” Living in Imperial County makes it easy to get to other desirable destinations that are also in close proximity such as Phoenix, Arizona, Las Vegas, Nevada and Los Angeles, California.

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Imperial County Behavioral Health Services ICBHS is recruiting qualified psychiatrists looking to serve a patient population in an atmosphere that is both challenging and rewarding. ICBHS is dedicated to serving our  community by providing effective mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults from many different types of  backgrounds. Psychiatrists become part of a treatment team that includes therapists, nurses, and rehabilitation technicians/case managers that
provide comprehensive supports and resources to assist clients in achieving
recovery.  ICBHS has extensive experience in processing J-1 and H-1 Visa  applications. ICBHS offers highly competitive salary options, family
health benefits, no hospital work, and no after-hours work.

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