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Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Employer
St. Peter's Health Partners
Location
Schenectady, New York
Closing date
May 19, 2022

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Specialty
Psychiatry
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent
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St. Peter's Health Partners is seeking to recruit a full-time Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist on behalf of Ellis Hospital located in Schenectady, NY. Ellis Hospital is a 150-bed community hospital with inpatient Adult and Adolescent Psychiatric Units. The Ellis Psychiatry program has been helping people overcome mental illness for more than 50 years and offering specialized services for children and adolescents.

Position Details:

  • The Psychiatrist will provide inpatient coverage for adolescent patients at the Ellis Hospital campus and will work collaboratively with the Hospitalists, specialists, and community providers;
  • Psychiatrist will collaborate with the Ellis Hospital behavioral health outpatient team;
  • Position hours are Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm;
  • Call Rotation: Weekends - Voluntary Basis; Nights: Rotating Call

Requirements:  Applicants should have the following:

MD or DO; Board Certified/Board Eligible in Psychiatry; Fellowship in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry required; Experience in an inpatient setting is also preferred; DEA Licensure/NYS licensure required; New graduates are encouraged to apply.  

Recruitment Package:  St. Peter’s Health Partners offers a comprehensive salary and compensation package that includes:

Competitive base salary including starting bonus; Excellent benefits; including health/vision/dental insurances; Paid malpractice, including post-SPHP employment tail coverage; CME time & expense allowance; Paid time away from the practice; Two-part retirement savings program with employer matching program; Relocation assistance is available.

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