St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center, Phoenix, AZ
Market demand creates a need for an adult psychiatrist in 2013 in our 100- bed Behavioral Health Center located on the campus of St. Luke's Medical Center which is a 250 bed full service hospital and clinic.
The Psychiatrist is expected to carry an inpatient caseload of at least 12 patients and accept up to 5 new inpatients admissions per day.
The Psychiatrist will provide consultation services as requested in the Behavioral Health Center as well as in the Medical Center.
The BHC array of therapeutic services includes: Individual, Group and Family Therapy, Activity Therapy, Milieu Therapy, Patient & Family Education, Nursing Services, Psychopharmacological Intervention, Patient-Specific Counseling, Family Support Groups, Comprehensive Discharge Planning and Academic Services.
St. Luke's Medical Center is a 226-bed state-of-the-art hospital located in Phoenix, AZ offering comprehensive healthcare services, heart care, advanced surgical procedures and diagnostic imaging. Equipped with the most advanced medical technology and staffed by a team of highly skilled healthcare professionals, St. Luke's is committed to providing high quality care in a friendly hospital environment.
Phoenix ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation and is a world-class destination because of its natural beauty, sunny skies, manicured golf courses, sports and cultural attractions. The city's extensive desert preserve system offers easy access to the Sonoran Desert and its surprising biological diversity.
There are so many things to do in the Phoenix area you won't run out of options to explore ballgames, museums, eating culinary delights, hiking, shopping and more. The city's 500 square miles contain many architectural, historical and scenic jewels as well as shopping and dining centers. Because of the areas beautiful weather, you'll be able to enjoy most activities all year-round and find out for yourself why Phoenix is such a dynamic city.
HEALTHeCAREERS Network - 10 months ago