Clinical Liaison Psychiatrist - Mercy Virtual Care Center in St. Louis County, Missouri
Mercy Virtual is seeking a full time Clinical Liaison Psychiatrist. Join us in this exciting new adventure changing healthcare on a global scale located at our Mercy Virtual Care Center in West St. Louis County, Missouri.
Our Physician led team consisting of Advanced Practitioners, Licensed Social Workers and Licensed Professional Counselors will provide virtual support within the ambulatory clinic and acute hospital environment.
The successful candidate will:
- Have a passion for the Consultative collaborative model of care that integrates mental health care with medical care.
- Have a great desire to work in a team environment that is developing new programs and treatment modalities with evidence based tools.
- Have a minimum of two years’ experience as a practicing Psychiatrist in a variety of environments.
- Be employed by an integrated health system with a competitive compensation guarantee.
- Receive comprehensive benefits including health, dental, vacation.
- Receive relocation assistance and professional liability coverage.
Mercy Virtual Care Center offers a 120,000 square-foot, state of the art facility and serves as a hub for more than 75 telemedicine programs. It's a one-of-a-kind facility, for a one-of-a-kind team, leveraging technology to improve the model of care. Mercy Virtual Care Center is located in the suburbs of St. Louis, near excellent public and private schools and beautiful residential areas, with easy access to all the cultural and recreational assets of the region.
Mercy, a four-time IBM Watson Health top five large U.S. health system in 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016, is a faith-based organization and serves millions annually. Located in seven states, Mercy is comprised of 40 hospitals and more than 2,500 Mercy Clinic physicians.
For more information, please contact:
Lisa Hauck, MBA | Senior Physician Recruiter
314-364-2949| Fax: 314-364-2597
Lisa.Hauck@mercy.net | mercy.net
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For nearly 200 years, the caregivers of Mercy have provided care where it is needed most. Today, technology allows us to fulfill this mission literally as well as figuratively.
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Drawing from our deep experience – hundreds of years caring for patients, and 43 hospitals across five states – Mercy designed the Virtual Care Center to bring together the best minds to provide patient-centered care, advance technological innovations, and identify opportunities to make care more accessible, more affordable and more comprehensive.
Working in a continuum that is consistent with life, we collaborate with bedside clinicians, primary providers and specialists to maximize patient data in real time. Together, we are now able to diagnose and intervene earlier. And with our teams supplementing the work of local caregivers by providing skillful monitoring and management, we’re closing gaps between incidents. Mercy Virtual is changing lives – and the health care system.
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We have provided a select group of industry leaders with the opportunity to partner with us in a national virtual care consortium. The consortium will co-create markets, balance workloads, share clinical resources, innovate care delivery, and create optimal care and outcomes that are ahead of the curve.