This position is an academic appointment employed in the OHSU Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry with work primarily at Legacy Randall Childrens Hospital and Unity Center for Behavioral Health (a joint partnership between Adventist Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health and OHSU).
The Division is a fully accredited training program that seeks to deliver collaborative, high quality, compassionate, cost effective service that promotes education, research, and clinical leadership. Unity Center for Behavioral Health is an innovative patient-centered care environment for adults and adolescents experiencing a mental or behavioral health crisis. Randall Childrens Hospital (RCH) is one of two Childrens Hospitals in the State of Oregon and is owned and operated by Legacy Health Systems. Randall Children's Hospital is dedicated to serving babies, children and teens from throughout the Pacific Northwest with specialists in nearly every area of pediatric care.
At Randall Children's Hospital, children and teens present with primary or secondary behavioral health conditions requiring expert assessment, stabilization and referral to appropriate levels of care from a Consultation and Liaison (C-L) perspective. The Child Psychiatrist will lead an interdisciplinary team interfacing with ED teams and in patient pediatric teams as well as with providers in the Oregon continuum of care for children.
At Unity, the CAP will work on a dynamic effective trauma informed inpatient unit with a dedicated team. Unity is one of OHSUs 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 Oregons efforts to improve the effectiveness of the continuum of care and there may be opportunities for advocacy at a local and state level.
We are seeking an experienced Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist wishing to participate in this exciting opportunity. Two positions are available.
Board-certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Licensed in the State of Oregon
Significantly experienced with inpatient child psychiatry
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and Resume or CV.
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