The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery provides high quality patient- and family-centered medical care in wartime and peacetime. Civilian healthcare professionals work side-by-side with military medical staff to care for active duty members, their families, and retirees at medical facilities around the globe. Every day, no matter what the environment, Navy Medicine is ready to provide world class care, anytime, anywhere.
This position is that of a Psychiatrist located at the Naval Branch Health Clinic, Groton CT and is relied upon to proceed on own initiative and has responsibility for decisions regarding emergency cases as well as normal diagnostic and treatment procedures and to collaborate actively with the Behavioral Health Program Advisory with program development.
- Practitioner and consultant in Psychiatry.
- Determine service member's fitness for duty.
- Assess and complete Medical Evaluation Board (MEB).
- Temporary Disability Retirement List (TDRL) evaluations.
- Identifies patient treatment needs and arranges for safe therapeutic outcome.
- Special program assignments; training, program coordination, research, analysis and consultation.
- Provide continuing follow-up care for inpatients and out patients with acute disorders; psychosis, organic brain syndrome, substance abuse/addition, etc.
- Malpractice insurance.
- Potential pay incentives (e.g., recruitment, relocation, retention, student loan repayment).
- Lifetime health insurance (Navy pays a portion of your premium, you pay with pre-taxed dollars) you can carry into retirement and include your spouse.
- Dental/vision plans and dependent/healthcare flexible spending accounts.
- 401K-type investment plan w/employer matching and flexibility to retire between 55-57 w/10 years of employment.
- Life insurance (Navy pays a portion of your premium).
- Long term care insurance.
- 13-26 paid vacation days each year, 13 paid sick days each year, 10 paid Federal holidays each year, plus unused vacation/sick days carry over year to year.
- Employee-friendly flexibilities.
1. Completion of a Psychiatry residency approved by the American specialty board or AOA, board certification, or board eligible in Psychiatry.
- U.S. Citizenship
- MD or DO from an accredited school in the United States or Canada, or ECFMG or Fifth Pathways certificate
- Permanent, full, unrestricted license to practice medicine in any state, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States
- 4 years of residency training or equivalent experience and training in Psychiatry. Your resume must reflect you have a sufficient level of expertise in Psychiatry to perform the core privileges of this position at the GP-14 Level. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: Examination, diagnosis, and treatment of people who are mentally or emotionally ill or suffering from personality disturbances, and/or management of psychiatric services.
- Satisfy BUMEDs clinical privileges requirements which, in addition to the above, includes the following:
2. Current clinical competence (e.g., privileged to independently practice Psychiatry within the past 2 years, actively practiced Psychiatry within the past 2 years by having encountered a sufficient number of clinical cases to represent a broad spectrum of the privileges required).
3. No health status contraindications to granting clinical privileges.
HOW TO APPLY:
- Board certification is desired but not required
Email your resume only (no pictures or SSN, please) directly to email@example.com and insert HC# 976464 into the subject line.
To apply online or by fax, please visit: https://don-medical.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/353291100 and follow the instructions under the "How to Apply" tab.
APPLY NOW! Qualified applications received on or before the cut off of 10/16/13 will receive first consideration.
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