Job ID: 290117575
Last Updated: 11/17/2022
Child & Adolescent Licensed Psychiatrist
Dallas Park Cities Texas
We are a leader in mental health, providing outpatient services across the country. We are a clinician-led organization with patients at its heart, driven to make life better for our patients. Our team believes in the combined power of autonomy, support, and collaboration.
If youre looking for an opportunity to change lives and grow professionally, we want you on our team. Find the right opportunity for you and let us help you do what you love. Each day, we live out our company values: Be Better, Together | Act with Courage | Strive for Excellence | Express Compassion | Practice Inclusion.
In working with us, youll have:
Flexibility: Full/Part-Time opportunities with in-person & hybrid models available that provide work/life balance.
Workplace Diversity: Experience a culture where all employees are treated with respect and fairness.
Compensation: Competitive compensation models with unlimited bonus earnings.
Perks & Benefits: Industry leading full-benefits package, PTO, employer 401k contribution, CME allowance, malpractice with tail coverage, relocation package available.
Career Path Advancement: Grow in your career with leadership opportunities.
Technology: EMR & robust telehealth platform making it easier to see patients virtually
The Psychiatrist role is an instrumental role within our organization, reporting to the Regional Medical Director. Within this role, you will be responsible for supporting patients through assessments of their current mental state, identify areas of concern and develop a plan of therapeutic treatment to manage or overcome their issues.
Maintain timely patient documentation and e-prescribing through our EHR system
Perform assessments and create personalized treatment plans for patients/clients, using an evidence-based approach, improving patient outcomes
Refer patients internally to medication management, psychotherapy, and TMS services, when appropriate
Participate in New-Hire Orientation and Onboarding Week
Use your expertise with optional peer collaboration groups and committees amidst a growing organization
The above details are not all inclusive of role duties and/or responsibilities. Additional role requirements may be applicable.
Unrestricted license to practice in the state of delivering care with active DEA
Board Certified or Board Eligible
Medication Management required
Therapy Management preferred
Ability to utilize EHR and technology platforms as applicable within the role
Ability to provide APP supervision preferred
Bilingual Preferred; at a minimum, the ability to understand and to make oneself understood to all Spanish speaking patients
Mindpath Health is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status legally protected by federal, state, or local law.
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