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Seeking Full or Part-time Psychiatrist (NO weekends/NO call)

Company: Annashae Consulting and Staffing
Location: Schaumburg
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Psychiatry-Forensic opening in Schaumburg, Illinois. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe

Annashae is seeking a Full or Part-time Psychiatrist for a high-security inpatient mental health facility in Northern Illinois. Responsibilities will include documentation of reasons for medication changes, review of seclusion and restraints at least twice a month, and testifying in court regarding involuntary commitment, fitness to proceed, and other issues (as required).
Additional Duties include, but are not limited to:


  • Meet at least monthly with patients to review their medication, explain reasons for the choice of medications and other issues (as required)
  • Maintain awareness of the Department and Facility rules, policies and procedures as required
  • Participate in hospital's peer review program

    Benefits:

    • Long Term Contracts
    • Medical Malpractice Provided
    • Travel Related Expenses
    • Competitive Compensation

      Requirements:

      • Current Illinois Controlled Substance Certificate
      • Current, full, and unrestricted Illinois Medical license
      • Current DEA certificate
      • Preferred- Forensic or Corrections experience
      • Experience working with psychiatric patients

        For Additional duties, call or email Michelle Petering at or

        Keyphrases: psychiatry jobs, psychiatrist jobs, forensic psychiatry jobs, psychologist jobs

Keywords: Annashae Consulting and Staffing, Schaumburg , Seeking Full or Part-time Psychiatrist (NO weekends/NO call), Healthcare , Schaumburg, Illinois

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