|Inpatient/Outpatient Psychiatrist at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Boston
The University of Massachusetts Medical School is seeking a full-time board-certified psychiatrist who is interested in serving underprivileged populations, including those with substance use disorders and incarcerated patients for a position at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, a MA DPH teaching hospital located in Boston. This position will have a mixture of inpatient (60%) and outpatient (40%) responsibilities and is integrated into numerous multidisciplinary treatment teams throughout the hospital. The successful candidate must have a current and valid MA medical license and unrestricted DEA and MA Controlled Substance Registration, possess at minimum 5 years of post-residency experience, experience in working with inpatients in a consultation liaison capacity, and interest and experience in working with incarcerated patients and patients with Substance Use Disorders. Although not a requirement, the Shattuck leaders have a desirable interest for an individual having ECT experience or possible interest to develop skills in this area. Faculty appointment at appropriate rank, competitive salary and excellent benefits.
This public hospital is unique with a person-centered, recovery-focus as a fundamental operative principle. We have worked to make this a family friendly position with a weekday schedule only. There is no required on-call, no evenings, no weekends, no nights, or no holidays. Of note, physicians can sign up for voluntary night and weekend shifts at lucrative pay. There are excellent state benefits with a pension plan. There are 13 paid holidays, 4 weeks of paid vacation, 3 paid conference days, 2 paid personal days, 5 sick days, and a $3,000 annual practice allowance.
Interested applicants should apply at: www.academicjobsonline.org. Additional questions may be directed to Gina Marzilli Shaughnessy at GinaMarzilli.Shaughnessy@umassmed.edu.|
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