Child Psychiatrist - Part-time
Date Posted: 04/09/2019
Requisition Number: 1541
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a well-respected, nationally recognized and award-winning public healthcare system is seeking part-time Child Psychiatrists. This opportunity provides integrated pediatric mental health care as part of a multi-year federal system-of-care innovation grant. CHA is a teaching affiliate of both Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Tufts University School of Medicine. Our system is comprised of three campuses and an integrated network of both primary and specialty outpatient care practices in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston's Metro North Region.
- Perform clinical assessment and treatment planning of children and families within our primary care clinics.
- Participate in time-limited, intermittent psychotherapy, and transitional support.
- Supervise local consultation-liaison teams at designated centers within the health system, and actively participate in research protocols.
- Interact with schools, and regional policy-makers in the child-serving state agencies, under the direction of the Director of the Children's Health Initiative.
CHA's commitment to improving the health of our communities, coupled with a strong academic tradition, make this an ideal opportunity for candidates interested in caring for underserved populations in a rich clinical environment.
Ideal candidates will be board eligible or board certified in Psychiatry with a proven ability to work in a multidisciplinary team. Expertise in Psychopharmacology and familiarity with the Collaborative Care model is desirable.
Please visit www.CHAproviders.org to learn more and apply through our secure candidate portal. CVs may be sent directly to Melissa Kelley, CHA Provider Recruiter via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. CHA's Department of Provider Recruitment may be reached by phone at (617) 665-3555 or by fax at (617) 665-3553.CHA is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.