Psychiatry opportunities working with our Veterans
Excellent Work Life Balance (up to 54 paid days off annually with federal benefits) Psychiatry opportunities in Battle Creek, MI
Physicians in the VA have the distinguished opportunity to work with our Nation’s Heroes.
Practice patient driven care while enjoying excellent benefits and work-life balance. The Battle Creek VA Medical Center has an opportunity for Inpatient, Outpatient, Residential Rehabilitation and Compensation and Pensioning Psychiatrists. These opportunit4ies have minimal on-call duties. The Medical Center does not have emergency room, ICU, or CCU. We are looking for Board Certified or Board Eligible Psychiatrist with a passion for serving veterans to join our team
Whether you’re interested in academics, research, or a better work/life balance, you’ll find the VA has a lot to offer, including the unmatched satisfaction you’ll get from caring for those who have served our country
To fulfill President Lincoln's promise – "To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan" – by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's Veterans.
Welcome to Battle Creek
Battle Creek contains more land than all but two other Michigan cities. This vast land resource is home to a bustling residential and business community. Battle Creek is an energetic city on the move, ready to meet the challenges of the future. Here, you enjoy a progressive small city with an extraordinary commitment to success. City parks and paths contribute to family wellness, while school children receive world-class instruction. The Battle Creek Linear Park winds its way through the city, linking together parks and forest, lakes, rivers and streams for joggers, strollers and bicyclists. An impressive array of entertainment options pleases music lovers, sports fans, and families. Battle Creek has emerged as a major service corridor, with specialty shops, theaters, festivals, international corporate and philanthropic headquarters, professional and financial services, and government offices.
Working for the Department of Veteran Affairs offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part:
49 days paid time off annually including; 26 days paid vacation, 13 days of sick leave, 10 paid holidays and 5 Days paid absence to attend approved CME courses (subject to budget availability)
on average federal government pays 75% of your premium on your health care insurance
possible annual performance bonus of 7.5% up to a max $15,000 annually
VA contributes 9.6% of your salary toward federal retirement
No malpractice insurance as you are covered by the federal tort law
up to 5% matching funds on your 401(k)
About the VA
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. Learn more at:
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The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center provides comprehensive tertiary psychiatric care, primary and secondary medical care, specialty care, extended and long-term care, preventive medicine, and related social support services for Veterans in the western and lower peninsula of Michigan, as well as a variety of outpatient services. As a member of an integrated healthcare delivery system the, 484-bed facility includes nursing home care, a medical care unit, a primary care clinic, physical medicine, and a mental health clinic. A Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC), which opened in April 1992, is located 60 miles northwest in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Three new CBOCs have been opened in Muskegon, Lansing, and Benton Harbor, Michigan. The Medical Center is situated on 206 park-like acres with easy access to both downtown Battle Creek and Kalamazoo.
This Medical Center has 40 academic affiliations with 18 colleges for a variety of health occupations. These colleges and universities include: Andrews University, Lansing Community College, Ohio University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of St. Francis, Central Michigan University, Davenport College, Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Valley State University, Illinois College of Optometry, Kellogg Community College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Michigan State University, Toledo University, University of Michigan, and Western Michigan University.
Michigan State University
Type of Facility
Mental Health, Primary Care, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Extended Care, and Long-term Care.
Palliative Care Program
Substance Abuse Residential Treatment Program
Veterans Outreach Program
Outpatient Alcohol/Drug Abuse Treatment Program
Geriatric Evaluation Unit
Residential and Outpatient Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Program
Mental Health Clinics
Residential Care Program
Primary Care Clinic
Contract Nursing Homes and Alcohol Halfway Houses
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.