Baptist Health System is seeking a board certified child psychiatrist with outpatient experience to join a multi-disciplinary team at a new center dedicated to children's medical and mental health care. The Center will integrate a pediatrician from UF Health and psychiatrists and psychologists from the Baptist Behavioral Health Department to provide whole-person care to children in our area. This integrated care clinic for children is among the first of its kind in the nation. Our Behavioral Health Department consists of the full continuum of care including inpatient, PHP/IOP, and outpatient programs for children, adults, and seniors. We are looking for candidates with an innovative, collaborative approach to treatment.
Baptist Health leadership strongly supports the efforts of Baptist Behavioral Health and believes this program is an essential component of general health and well-being.
As a member of Baptist Health you'll
- Share our commitment to quality patient care
- Maintain a voice in your practice
- Have the opportunity to improve your work-life balance
- Receive a competitive compensation package
We offer attractive compensation and benefits packages, great call schedules, and many more rewards that allow for a perfect balance of work and fun in the sun.
- MD or DO
- Board Eligible or Certified
- Active/Unrestricted medical license
About our Facility:
Baptist Health System is dedicated to expanding mental health services in Northeast Florida. We are the only health system in the region that provides the full continuum of mental health care, spanning inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient services for children and adults. We also provide specialty services such as ECT and TMS. We are integrating behavioral health practitioners into primary care, cancer care, sleep medicine and beyond. Our CEO is a strong supporter of behavioral health and believes in the essentiality of this component of health in overall wellbeing. We have strong support in the community as well from donors and endowments, and are seen as the leader in behavioral healthcare services across 5 counties.
About northeast Florida:
Jacksonville, the largest city in area in the continental United States, is a rapidly growing metropolitan city in Northeast Florida with approximately 850,000 residents. Jacksonville is alive with miles of beaches and waterways, a major symphony orchestra, a sports and entertainment complex downtown, and a myriad of special events that this sports-loving city hosts each year. With a growing population, a strong economy, diverse cultural and recreational opportunities, and abundant natural resources, Jacksonville continues to distinguish itself as one of the nation's most dynamic and progressive cities.