PsychiatristGreat Plains Physician Services
Mission: To inspire health and healing by putting patients first - Always. Great Plains Health is seeking multiple Psychiatrists to provide medical services to child and adolescent patients in North Platte & the surrounding region. Provide outpatient psychiatric services to child and adolescent patients and inpatient psychiatric services to adult patients, as needed, through Hospital's inpatient & outpatient areas and as outreach services. Diagnose & treat mental, behavioral, & emotional disorders in adults, children, & adolescents. Analyze & evaluate patient data & test findings to diagnose extent of disorders. Prescribe, direct, & administer psychotherapeutic treatments & medications. Provide documentation & diagnosis for coding, including dictation of evaluations, and diagnostic consultations to Hospital medical staff/staff referrals. Perform medical audits & prepare records. Provide clinical supervision of non-medical professional staff. Participate in educational programs & Hospital committees & in review/revision of policies, procedures, rules, & regulations for service area. May provide services in outreach clinics in neighboring counties.
Full-time (40 hours/week w/on-call & weekend duties).
Requires MD or ECFMG equivalent, 4-year residency in Psychiatry & 2-year fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, BC in Psychiatry, BC or BE in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, & current Nebraska Medical License.
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Located in the heart of the Midwest where values are strong and our spirit of accomplishment runs deep, Great Plains Health is the ideal place to balance your passion for medicine and patient care with your need to play outdoors and spend quality time with the ones you love. Great Plains Health is a fully accredited, independent, 116-bed acute care regional medical center serving central Nebraska, northern Kansas and southern South Dakota. With 90 physicians representing nearly 30 medical specialties, the Great Plains Health system offers advanced healthcare including a Heart Institute, a certified primary stroke center, cancer services and orthopedic surgery services. Great Plains Health is home to a level 3 trauma center where all emergency room physicians are board-certified and residency trained in emergency medicine. The system employs more than 1100 employees and serves a geographic area spanning approximately 16,000 square miles. In addition to our regional referral center, Great Plains Health also includes 12 medical clinics, 16 outreach clinics throughout central Nebraska, Regency Retirement Center, Great Plains Health Care Foundation and Great Plains Home Medical Equipment. Great Plains Health is accredited by The Joint Commission and home to an American College of Surgeons'-accredited cancer center and level 2 bariatric surgery program.
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