Child Psychiatrist Inpatient
The Department of Psychiatry at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) has an outstanding opportunity for a BE/BC psychiatrist. We are facilitating a non-coercive, highly community-oriented treatment program, which will prevent hospitalization when possible, and return patients to community services as soon as feasible. The hospital is a major training site for the department's residency training program, medical students, and other health profession's trainees. This is a unique opportunity for a creative, energetic psychiatrist to treat, teach and advance their academic interests.
At Unity, the CAP will work on a dynamic, effective trauma-informed inpatient unit with a dedicated team. Unity is one of OHSU's primary rotations for CAP fellows, Medical Students and NP students. Both settings create opportunities for collaboration, with other Child Psychiatrists and interdisciplinary patient care with a focus on biopsychosocial approaches to complex patient evaluations and treatment planning. The Division of Child and Adolescent is a leader in supporting Oregon's efforts to improve the effectiveness of the continuum of care and there may be opportunities for advocacy at a local and state level.
Function/Duties of Position
Provide psychiatric evaluation and ongoing daily treatment for patients age 9-17 years of age, including medication management and brief individual interventions appropriate to the age, condition, functioning and cultural background of the patient and their family.
- Coordinate education for residents and provide consultation to the multidisciplinary team
- Develop treatment interventions for pts
- Administrative and other duties may be assigned based on department needs and your areas of expertise and interest, including opportunities to participate in departmental management and to serve on institutional committees
- The incumbent will work as a Pediatric Inpatient Physician at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health. You will be expected to cover your fair share of call, as assigned, with other faculty on weekends and holidays, up to 10 weekends in a year.
- Academic rank begins at the level of Assistant Professor and may be higher, depending on credentials. All applicants must be board certified or board eligible (with certification planned/in process) in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; experience, fellowship training and/or board certification in forensics, addictions, and/or public psychiatry a plus.