Community Health Network is currently seeking a BE/BC Geriatric/Adult Psychiatrist for a role located on a dedicated gero-psychiatry unit within our 123-bed Behavioral Health Pavilion in Indianapolis. This position entails providing psychiatric care to aging and geriatric patients in the inpatient setting, as well as providing leadership and oversight to a multi-disciplinary team. Ideal candidates will desire to work as part of a cohesive, dedicated team, possess excellent communication skills, and be dedicated to putting patients first.
This opportunity offers:
- Ability to practice within the largest behavioral health provider in central Indiana, offering the full continuum of services
- A multi-disciplinary, team approach to patient care
- Generous salary and benefits package, including incentives
- Physician-led organization
- A large, multi-specialty employed physician group (Community Physician Network)
Highlights of Community Health Network Behavioral Health Services:
- More than 4,700 inpatient stays and 19,000 outpatient visits a year
- Patients ranging from age five to senior adults
- Behavioral Health Pavilion – a full-service, 9-unit, 123-bed inpatient behavioral care hospital located on the Community Hospital North campus
- Crisis services twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week by phone or in person
- Full continuum of outpatient care (Gallahue Mental Health Services) located in Indianapolis and 4 surrounding counties
Licensure & Certification
BE/BC in General Psychiatry and eligibility for medical licensure in Indiana required; successful completion of Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship and board certification within this specialty strongly preferred.
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