Adult Outpatient Psychiatrist Jobs in Palmer, AK

Palmer, Alaska
Mar 01, 2017
Robert Werner
Position Type

Palmer, Alaska - Providence Medical Group - Alaska has an immediate opportunity for a Psychiatrist to join our employed Behavioral Medicine Group. This is a full-time, outpatient position, working with adults. MD or DO degree and board certification or eligibility in Psychiatry required. The Behavioral Medicine Group has three outpatient clinic locations: two in Anchorage and one in Matanuska Valley. Our team consists of approximately 30 providers, including adult / child psychiatrists, neuropsychologist, psychologist, ANPs and mental health therapists. Within the outpatient settings we provide psychiatric diagnostic interviews, medication management, neuropsychological/psychological testing, individual / family / couples / group therapy and neurofeedback. Position includes the following:
• Guaranteed salary + incentive opportunities for the first 2 years
• Signing bonus and relocation assistance
• Two weeks for CME and $5,000/year stipend
• Generally one hour intake with 30 minute follow-ups -- determined by the psychiatrist
• No call
• Flexible four-day work week, with free three-day weekends.

Facility: PMG - Alaska

Providence Medical Group - Alaska is a multi-specialty group with approximately 70 physicians and advanced practice clinicians serving greater Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley. Through collaboration, sharing best practices and listening to our providers, we strive to be the best place to practice medicine and receive care.

Alaska offers financial, cultural and recreational opportunities beyond compare, plus there is no state income or sales tax! Palmer is a scenic, historic city in the famous Matanuska Susitna Valley (“Mat-Su”), less than an hour's drive from Alaska's largest urban center, Anchorage. The Mat-Su Valley was settled in the 1930s by former Midwestern Dust Bowl farmers, and the area is still considered the breadbasket of Alaska. But with 6,398-foot Pioneer Peak towering over the Valley, and moose and salmon meandering through it, no one would mistake this area for the Midwest!

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