Psychiatrist (Inpatient or Outpatient)

Location:                     Grand Junction, Colorado

Employment Status:             Full-Time

Salary:                           Depending on experience

Job Description:
Participates and collaborates with multi-disciplinary team to deliver comprehensive psychiatric services. Demonstrates advanced application of psychiatric and pharmacologic knowledge, skills, critical thinking and analysis. Demonstrates leadership by providing perspective in problem solving, decision making, and planning activities to achieve patient outcomes. Consults with staff as necessary to instruct them on clinical interventions necessary for achieving quality patient outcomes.

Certified or eligible for Board Certification in Psychiatry; Colorado licensed physician required.

About us:
If you are a compassionate, dedicated professional, ready to join over 400 of the tops in the field, we strongly encourage you to consider Mind Springs Health or our psychiatric hospital, West Springs. Our cutting edge programs, eye-opening success rates and evidence-based treatment are transforming the industry. Our expanding facilities and growing reputation as a Center of Excellence make this an excellent time to join our team. The Western Slope of Colorado makes an appealing location for our staff members and their families. We have locations ranging from famous resort areas to rustic small towns. All are close to every form of year-round outdoor recreation and surrounded by classic Colorado vistas.

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