Telepsychiatry Jobs in the Pacific Northwest

PHS Telemedicine (open), Oregon
Feb 28, 2017
Nick Ball
Position Type

Pacific Northwest -- Seeking a BC/BE Psychiatrist with an interest in Telemedicine. Full-time position; flexible schedule. Virtual care only. Excellent compensation; comprehensive benefits. The Psychiatrist will provide telemedicine consultations from a clinic or home office anywhere in Providence's five state footprint (AK, CA, MT, OR, WA), using telemedicine technology to diagnose and treat patients with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Successful candidate will have experience in providing psychiatric consultation services to medical / surgical inpatients as well as emergency departments. Telemedicine experience is preferred, but not required. Candidates must possess good interpersonal communication, leadership skills and must be able to interact and collaborate with administrative, institutional, and medical staff remotely. Join us in this innovative treatment model.

Facility: Providence Health & Services/Swedish Health System in the West

Providence Health & Services and Swedish Health System are affiliated highly integrated not-for-profit health care systems with outstanding facilities and physicians in the West. The mission of service that inspired our founders more than 150 years ago continues to guide us.

Providence Health & Services is the third largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. Providence employs more than 76,000 caregivers (employees) across a five-state area: AK, WA, MT, OR, and CA. Our facilities include 34 hospitals, 475 physician clinics, senior services, supportive housing and other health and educational services. On any given day, we care for more than 1,200 people in our long-term care settings, more than 4,000 in our hospitals and more than 15,000 in our clinic settings. Daily, we serve more than 7,000 people in our many home health and palliative care programs and almost 800 in supportive housing. We touch more than five times as many lives in non-acute settings as we do in the traditional hospital setting.