The Gulf Coast VA Medical Center in Panama City Beach, FL, is seeking a full-time, BC, Psychiatrist to serve as a member of its Psychiatric Services Team. The sugar white sand and crystal-clear water of Panama City Beach attracts approximately 4.5 million visitors each year. With 320 days of sunshine, the Sweet Bay at the north, and St. Andrews Bay in the south, Panama City Beach is undoubtedly "the place to live and work." Candidates must be highly motivated, team-oriented, and committed to the care and exceptional health of our Veterans. The Gulf Coast VA Medical Center is fully dedicated to providing top-quality medical care by serving and honoring America’s Veterans.
Highlights of this position include: • Competitive Starting Salary $230,000 – $282,482 • Work Schedule: Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm., NO CALL • Deliver full range of clinical psychiatric services to Veterans in outpatient setting • Provide direct clinical supervision to staff as appropriate • Oversight and review of mid-level providers • Some travel may be required to outlying clinics or using telemedicine technology throughout the Gulf Coast VA Health Care System • Must be a U.S. Citizen. Non-Citizen candidates will be considered if a U.S. Citizen is not found • Full and unrestricted license from any U.S. State
Additional Requirements: • Board eligible/certified • Experience working with adult population in outpatient clinical setting
We offer: • Predictable work schedules and a focus on quality rather than volume • Annual performance bonus up to an additional $15K per year • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance • Malpractice: Liability protection with tail coverage provided • 26 days paid vacation; 13 days paid sick time per year w/unlimited carry over; 11 paid holidays • Federal Retirement Plan • Separate 401K with partial agency match • Possible $1,000 per year reimbursement for CME’s (must be full-time with board certification) • This position is eligible for the Education Debt Reduction Program (EDRP), if approved • No physician employment contract and no significant restriction on moonlighting