Outpatient Psychiatrist Position in Missouri #3043
New opening for a BE/BC Psychiatrist for an all out-patient program located in Jefferson and Columbia, MO. This is a program of long standing and is very progressive. They have 15 licensed RTC beds as well as an active out-patient service.
Your time would be spent between the two offices, with two days in Jefferson and two days in Columbia; it can be a four day work week if you prefer. Initial examinations on average are one hour and medication checks on average are twenty minutes in length but obviously both are dependent on the individual patient being seen.
This is a salaried position with full benefits and the salary is exceptional. There is no call involved in the job and no after hours or weekends.
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This position is specific for a Board Prepared or Board Certified Psychiatrist. Requirements then are that the successful candidate would have a degree as an M.D. or D.O. with proven residency training in Psychiatry.