Full-Time Psychiatrist in Atlanta, GA - Geriatric
For more than 30 years ChenMed/JenCare/Dedicated Senior Care has been delivering unsurpassed patient care to the geriatric and chronically ill patient population. Our staff is comprised of talented primary care and specialty providers who utilize a collaborative and team-based approach enabled by technology to deliver the best care possible to our patients.
Due to our success and continued growth, we are hiring a Full-Time BC/BE Psychiatrist to join our team in Atlanta, GA.
As a leader in preventive medicine, we are seeking psychiatrist providers who appreciate complex elderly patients, excel in a collaborative environment, and strive for positive outcomes for their patients.
JenCare physicians enjoy:
- Professional satisfaction
- Peer collaboration
- Balanced work/life
- Competitive salary
Key characteristics of a JenCare practice:
- Physician run organization
- Exclusive focus on complex Medicare patients
- Complementary concierge service
- Onsite pharmacy, labs, diagnostics
- Door to doctor transportation
- Case management and social work services
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