Child Psychiatrist/Nurse Practitioner/Doctor of Nursing Practice (Full Time & Part Time Opportunities)
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Reporting to the Lead Psychiatrist and Director of Residential Support Services, the Psychiatric Provider role will be in working with a diverse population of youth from the foster care and juvenile justice systems at the Dobbs Ferry residential campus. Duties will include psychiatric evaluations and monthly medication management of residential youth within an interdisciplinary team setting comprised of psychologists, pediatrician, nursing, social workers, caseworkers and milieu staff. Benefits include bi-monthly Psychiatry department meetings, malpractice insurance reimbursement, CME time, flexible schedule and collegial environment. Competitive salary and full benefits available for this 21 hour a week position. Teaching and Supervisory opportunities possible. Additional vacation time provided for shared telephone on call responsibilities. This is an in-person position with the possibility of some remote work.
Requires completion of a Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship, active New York State medical license, and DEA license.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners (PMHNP) and Doctors of Nursing Practice (DNP), child and adolescent experience is required in addition to active license, NPI number and DEA.
Experience with electronic medical record preferred
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