Medical Director Position for Adult Inpatient Program, Middle Tennessee - J-035512 (22572236)
Medical Director Position for Adult Inpatient Program, Middle Tennessee
Pinewood Springs is seeking an Adult Psychiatry Medical Director to join their new behavioral health hospital in Middle Tennessee. New Medical Director will join a team of 20+ psychiatrists, oversee an inpatient-only adult unit, and receive a medical director stipend.
- Board certified in general psychiatry
- Leadership experience preferred
- Comfortable treating patients with acute behavioral issues
Compensation package includes:
- HCA Employment Agreement
- Medical Director Stipend
- $300K+ salary with $20K commencement bonus
- Paid Time Off
- Generous 401K match
- Health Insurance
- Malpractice Insurance
- Productivity RVU Bonus Plan
- Relocation reimbursement
- Reimbursement up to $7,000 annually for dues and subscriptions, board certification fees, and CME related expenses
About Pinewood Springs
Pinewood Springs, a 60-bed standalone behavioral health hospital, serves 200,000 residents across the communities in southern Middle Tennessee. This $24.4 million hospital has 60 inpatient beds, 42 adult and 18 adolescent, covers nearly 50,000 square feet, and is located south of Nashville in Columbia, Tennessee. Pinewood Springs is dedicated to the mental health needs of adolescent and adult patients across Middle Tennessee. The facility offers a broad range of inpatient services to treat patients with mood, thought and co-occurring disorders within a supportive and therapeutic environment.
Columbia Community Information
Columbia, TN is located approximately 30 minutes south of Nashville and 50 minutes north of Huntsville, AL and is rich with history, recreation and economic development. With over 13K jobs added in the county last year and over $120M in capital investment, Maury County is uniquely positioned on Interstate 65, providing accessibility and cost effectiveness for business and industry. It’s unique in its location, providing residents with easy access to metropolitan amenities while giving low cost-of-living and great small-town appeal. Known as the antebellum capital of Tennessee, its ancient and beautiful natural landmarks are complemented by modern recreational facilities and more than 240 acres of parks.