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PLEASE NOTE: Qualified clinical trainees, residents, fellows, interns, etc. are encouraged to apply; please follow the instructions in the How to Apply section.
Recruitment Incentive/Relocation Incentive May Be Authorized.
EDRP: The applicant selected for this position MAY BE eligible to apply for an education loan reimbursement award up to the maximum limitation under the provisions of the Education Debt Reduction Program. Eligibility to apply does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Approval for EDRP awards are subject to the availability of funding
The Psychiatrist will provide primary health service delivery to an outpatient or residential rehabilitation treatment program veteran population at the Dublin Medical Center or Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC). Assigned duties include individual and family therapy. Will be required to provide tele mental health services.
- Treatment will include comprehensive assessments of the physical, psychiatric, emotional, and social needs of individuals with diagnosis including (but not limited to): psychosis, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and organic mental illness.
- Therapeutic and clinical services associated with this position will include treatment planning, medication management, and other specialized services as needed.
- Candidates should be proficient in differential diagnosis, pharmacological interventions, psychotherapeutic services, and behavioral interventions and have experience/training working with adults.
- Experience working with veterans diagnosed with PTSD is desirable.
- Adheres to operational policies and procedures as established by VA leadership and the Mental Health Service Line Director.
- Facilitates liaisons with other health care programs in order to effectively coordinate services.
- Complies with national and local performance measures, including timely health care screening and completion of clinical reminders for all patients.
- Complies with all CPRS documentation procedures, including timeliness standards for documentation and proper patient check out procedures.
- Attends and participates in administrative and informational meetings held by the Mental Health Service Line Director (or designee) and facility Director.
- Attends regular Mental Health Service staff meetings, Medical Staff meetings, and complies with Mental Health Service Line peer review procedures.
Work Schedule: M-F 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Financial Disclosure Report: Not Required
Application Close Date
Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
Who May Apply
United States Citizens