Board Certification in Psychiatry issued by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology or clearly equivalent certifying body; and
A minimum of seven years of extensive professional experience providing services to people diagnosed with mental illness (two years must have been in a position comparable to a Clinical Chief of Service in the New York State Office of Mental Health); and
A valid license to practice medicine in New York State or a New York State limited permit and licensure in another state or Canada; and
Eligibility for full and unconditional participation in the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
Note: Employment is contingent upon maintaining a current New York State limited permit or obtaining full New York State licensure and maintaining eligibility for full and unconditional participation in the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
The Clinical Director is responsible for providing clinical leadership and policy direction for all inpatient/outpatient treatment programs; maintaining accepted standards of medical practice throughout the facility; and for the administrative and professional supervision of all regular, consultant and attending medical staff.
The Clinical Director administers the Columbia University Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program at Greater Binghamton Health Center. The Clinical Director works with GBHC Cabinet, the clinical staff in general, and the medical staff in particular to ensure GBHC is in compliance with all external as well as Office of Mental Health standards, rules and regulations.
The Clinical Director has primary responsibility for updating, developing, and implementing facility-wide clinical policies and procedures in accordance with the OMH , Center for Medicaid/Medicare Services, JCAHO and other external accrediting bodies.
New York State Office of Mental Health - 2 years ago