Washington D.C. VA Medical Center has fulltime BC/BE Outpatient Psychiatry Opportunities Available
Washington D.C. VA Medical Center has several Psychiatry opportunities available
1 license/50 States - 49 days paid time off annually
The Washington DC VA Medical Center is one of the most visible, collegial and dynamic facilities in the VA system.
Located within sight of the Nation’s Capital, we are only a short distance from historic buildings that house today's leaders and commemorate yesterday's. Points of interest are: Smithsonian Institution, national museums, the National Mall, Zoo, Vietnam and Korean War Memorials.
The Washington D.C. VA Medical Center has several outstanding area opportunities for psychiatrist. They are:
Primary Care and Behavioral Health Clinics- Located in the main Wash DC facility. The Clinic is a multidisciplinary program that provides outpatient medical, psychiatric, and social work services to Veterans. Psychiatrists and other psychotherapists in the mental health clinic provide individual, family, and group psychotherapy to Veterans with various psychological concerns and symptoms. The Mental Health Clinic currently offers the following psychotherapeutic treatments: Depression Psychotherapy Group; Anger-Management Group; Grief and Loss Group; Short-term solution-focused Psychotherapy; Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy; Other Evidence Based Psychotherapies. Typical schedule is M-F, 7:30 am--4:30 pm
Women’s Health Clinic- Focuses on health promotion, disease prevention and wellness in an atmosphere appealing to women. The center is managed by nationally certified women's health care nurse practitioners and staffed by board certified physicians. Mental health includes evaluation and assistance for issues such as depression, mood, and anxiety disorders; intimate partner and domestic violence; sexual trauma; elder abuse or neglect; parenting and anger management; marital, caregiver, or family-related stress; and post-deployment adjustment or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Psychiatrist for the Charlotte Hall Community Based Outpatient Clinic- This facility provides quality health care services for Veterans living in the Southern Maryland area. It is one of four neighborhood facilities in the Washington, DC area, providing a variety of medical services, preventive health care screening, health education, audiology testing, mental health services, and nutritional counseling to eligible Veterans. VA Medical Center is provided. The Charlotte Hall CBOC is open Monday-Friday; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (could be delivered teleMH)
Fort Belvoir VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC)- the Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital’s Sunrise Pavilion is the 10,000 square foot facility that replaced the Alexandria CBOC. The VA-Ft. Belvoir CBOC provides basic medical care, preventive care, and health education for eligible Veterans, including comprehensive women’s health care. Open Mondays through Fridays 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Southern Prince George's County Community Based Outpatient Clinic- DC VA's newest Community Based Outpatient Clinic, located across the street from Joint Base Andrews, offers a variety of health care services including: primary and preventative care, comprehensive women's health care, audiology and mental health services. It is open Monday –Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Southeast Washington DC Community Based Outpatient Clinic- Located in the Southeast Veterans Service Center near the intersection of Chesapeake Street and Southern Avenue in Southeast Washington. The Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) Southeast is open Monday, Thursday and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to provide basic medical and preventative care, health education, mental health services, addiction counseling, comprehensive women’s health care and nutritional counseling to eligible Veterans.
Full unrestricted MD/DO license (any state)
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The more than 2,000 employees and volunteers of the Washington DC VA Medical Center take great pride in providing world-class health care to all Veterans in an environment that fosters compassion, commitment and service.
Our mission is to respect and serve our Nation’s Veterans by honoring them with excellent health care at our main facility and at our five community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) located in Ft. Belvoir, VA; Southeast Washington, DC; and in Greenbelt, Charlotte Hall and Camp Springs, MD. The Medical Center also operates a Community Resource and Referral Center for homeless and at-risk Veterans which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Medical Center’s culture and presence is transforming to meet the needs of more than 106,903 Veterans who are enrolled for VA health care in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In FY 2013, the Medical Center had more than one-million (1,263,472) patient encounters and we are excited about expanding programs and offering services to meet the unique needs of Veterans.
The Medical Center
The Washington DC VA Medical Center, located within sight of the Nation’s Capitol, is the only health care system that specifically provides care to Veterans. Offering tertiary care in a Complexity Level IB hospital, allows ours staff to provide comprehensive primary and specialty care in medicine, surgery, neurology and psychiatry. The Medical Center has 175 acute care beds, 30 Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment beds, and a 20-suite Fisher House. Also, the Medical Center is home to an adjacent 120-bed Community Living Center which provides Veterans with geriatric long-term care, hospice and palliative care.
We provide specialized services and care for Veterans such as: invasive and noninvasive cardiology, home based primary care, women’s health, MRI, PET/CT center, interventional radiology, renal care, trauma services, nutritional services, homeless outreach, compensated work therapy, substance abuse treatment, recreation therapy, and alternative therapies as well as a wide variety of Telehealth services.
We are home to the VISN 5 Polytrauma Network Site and Polytrauma Amputation Network Site and ensure the coordination of lifelong rehabilitation services to Veterans with brain injuries and limb loss, as they progress from acute care to their homes.
The Medical Center’s OEF/OIF/OND Program Office is ready to assist returning Veterans with care coordination as well as VA benefits, claims issues, and support to help ease their transition from active duty to civilian life. Together, the Case Manager and Veteran or Service Member will work as a team to deal with the physical, emotional, and social concerns associated with being a combat Veteran.
Department of Veterans Affairs offers Veterans the largest, most technologically advanced integrated health care system in the United States. We operate more than 1,400 sites of care, including 153 medical centers, 909 ambulatory and community-based outpatient clinics, 135 nursing homes, 232 Veterans centers, 47 readjustment counseling centers, and 108 comprehensive home-care programs, across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S.Territories.
More than 7.9 million Veterans, their family members, and survivors are enrolled in the VA Health System, with more than 6.3 million seeking treatment each year. Currently, that annual treatment involves 773,600 inpatient visits and 60 million outpatient visits. About 250,000 full-time employees and 90,000 health professional trainees work in interdisciplinary care teams to deliver those patient services daily.
VA's patient population crosses a wide spectrum of individuals, from elderly World War II Veterans, to baby boomer Vietnam Vets, to today's younger heroes who served during the Gulf War era and in the present day Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. VA also serves a growing number of women Veterans, who currently account for seven percent of the total Veteran population.