The Correctional Health Psychiatrist will be responsible for assessing patients and providing them with the appropriate care, as needed. This position is accompanied with a generous compensation and benefits.
In this role, you will be responsible for health services in multiple counties, crisis respite services, care coordination, and comprehensive support services for people with multiple disabilities including IDD and behavioral health residential services and psychiatric consultations in acute care medical settings.
Track and oversee patient panels and clinical outcomes in collaboration with the BHC - suggest treatment plan adjustments, including medication recommendations and modifications to psychotherapy, for patients who are not improving as expected.
In this role, you will develop and deliver presentations on psychiatry topics for a variety of clinical and non-clinical audiences; provide case-specific clinical consultations and manage referred caseloads, depending on setting.
In this role, you will provide health/behavioral health assessment (including differential diagnoses, prognoses), treatment recommendations and treatment planning for agency clients across program types.
Provide comprehensive on site psychiatric services to an adult inmate/patient population at the State Correctional Institution; Medication Management & Initial Evaluations; Coordinate care closely with custody staff while maintaining a positive, collaborative relationship. Participate in shared, regionalized on-call system.
The Psychiatrist is responsible for providing psychiatric services and care to the agency's clients, which includes the following: provision of a full behavioral health (including health) assessment; diagnosis; treatment recommendations; treatment planning; treatment; and follow up planning.