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THE PRACTICE

Community Memorial Health System (CMHS) – Ventura, CA

Community Memorial has a thriving residency program in Psychiatry. The goal of our Graduate Medical Education (GME) program is to train outstanding physicians who work in a collaborative environment and give back to the communities with which they are involved. After completing our program, many medical residents remain in the area, making friends, starting families, and forging lasting doctor/patient relationships.

Consult Liaison – Consultation Liaison Psychiatrist: Provides professional specialized psychiatric diagnostic and therapeutic services to patients of all ages in the outpatient settings at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center. The psychiatrist reports to, and is supervised by, the Psychiatry Chief.

Additional Position Specifics

  • Daily consults on the MedSurge/ED floors
  • Tele consults to sister hospital in Ojai
  • Patient Keeper EMR
  • 40 hours per week
  • Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5 PM 
  • Serves County based chronic patients
  • Located in Ventura, CA
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

THE BENEFITS

  • $330,000.00 Annually for Full-Time (40-hour per week) W-2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

THE AREA

  • Ventura County comprises the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area. It is also considered the southernmost county along the California Central Coast. There are 555,953 acres (224,986 ha) outside of national forest land in Ventura County. North of Highway 126, the county is mountainous and mostly uninhabited, and contains some of the most unspoiled, rugged and inaccessible wilderness remaining in southern California. Small coastal mountains rim Ventura County on its landward side. They range in elevation from 50 feet (15 m) along the coast south of the coastal plain, to about 3,100 feet (940 m) in the Santa Monica Mountains. The Santa Ynez Mountains, the Topatopa Mountains, and the Piru Mountains make up the northern boundary of the coastal plain, the Santa Susana Mountains are alongside the eastern boundary of the county, and the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains are along the southern border with Los Angeles County.
Location: Ventura, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Casual
Job published: 06/20/2024
Job ID: 33378

THE PRACTICE

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Warm Springs, MT

The mission of the Department of Public Health and Human Services is to promote and protect the health, well-being, and self-sufficiency of all Montanans. The Departments Healthcare Facilities Division (HFD) oversees the seven state-operated healthcare facilities, including the Montana State Hospital. This job will serve as HFDs Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and enhancement of all clinical and medical services and programs, medical policies and procedures, and quality assurance programs and activities. The position oversees and directs all aspects of medical care provided to patients, clients, and residents by the state-operated facilities. They will interact with all other parts of the organization including Facility Administrators, nursing leadership, therapy, psychology, fiscal, personnel, quality improvement, and health information.

Inpatient Unit (IPU)

  • 40 hours per week
  • Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
  • No night call

Minimum Qualifications

  • Licensed to practice medicine in the State of Montana or will obtain license to practice medicine in the State of Montana within twelve months of starting the position. 

THE BENEFITS

  • $195,000.00 Annually for Full-Time (40-hours per week) W-2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

THE AREA

  • Warm Springs located near Deer Lodge, Butte and Anaconda was named for the nearby hot springs. Nearby Lost Creek State Park features spectacular grey limestone cliffs that rise 1,200 feet above the canyon's narrow floor. The Pintler Scenic Route, a 63-mile drive, starts in nearby Anaconda, one of Montana's most historic towns and travels to Georgetown Lake and Philipsburg and is a wonderful alternative to Interstate 90 when traveling between Butte and Missoula. The community is the site of Montana State Hospital, the only long-term psychiatric hospital operated by the state of Montana. The hospital was founded by the Territorial Government of Montana in 1877. The State of Montana purchased the hospital in 1912 and renamed it Warm Springs State Hospital in 1965.[3] The "warm springs" are located on the hospital campus. Hot water seeps from a limestone cone that is about 40 feet high. The Native Americans called this the "Lodge of the Whitetailed Deer" giving the Deer Lodge Valley its name. There are no community services other than a bar and convenience store on the frontage road and a post office (zip code 59756) on the hospital campus. Brown trout fishing can be found in the Clark Fork River just east of Warm Springs and in the ponds on the Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area.

 

Location: Warm Springs, MT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 06/13/2024
Job ID: 33111

THE PRACTICE

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Warm Springs, MT

The mission of the Department of Public Health and Human Services is to promote and protect the health, well-being, and self-sufficiency of all Montanans. The Departments Healthcare Facilities Division (HFD) oversees the seven state-operated healthcare facilities, including the Montana State Hospital. This job will serve as HFDs Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and enhancement of all clinical and medical services and programs, medical policies and procedures, and quality assurance programs and activities. The position oversees and directs all aspects of medical care provided to patients, clients, and residents by the state-operated facilities. They will interact with all other parts of the organization including Facility Administrators, nursing leadership, therapy, psychology, fiscal, personnel, quality improvement, and health information.

Inpatient Unit (IPU)

  • 16-hour shifts (7 AM - 11 PM)
  • No night call
  • 24 beds per shifts

Minimum Qualifications

  • A Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree and completion of an appropriate residency program approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties or the American Osteopathic Association.
  • Licensed to practice medicine in the State of Montana or will obtain license to practice medicine in the State of Montana within twelve months of starting the position. 

THE BENEFITS

  • $170.00 per hour for part-time W-2 Employees
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match

THE AREA

  • Warm Springs located near Deer Lodge, Butte and Anaconda was named for the nearby hot springs. Nearby Lost Creek State Park features spectacular grey limestone cliffs that rise 1,200 feet above the canyon's narrow floor. The Pintler Scenic Route, a 63-mile drive, starts in nearby Anaconda, one of Montana's most historic towns and travels to Georgetown Lake and Philipsburg and is a wonderful alternative to Interstate 90 when traveling between Butte and Missoula. The community is the site of Montana State Hospital, the only long-term psychiatric hospital operated by the state of Montana. The hospital was founded by the Territorial Government of Montana in 1877. The State of Montana purchased the hospital in 1912 and renamed it Warm Springs State Hospital in 1965.[3] The "warm springs" are located on the hospital campus. Hot water seeps from a limestone cone that is about 40 feet high. The Native Americans called this the "Lodge of the Whitetailed Deer" giving the Deer Lodge Valley its name. There are no community services other than a bar and convenience store on the frontage road and a post office (zip code 59756) on the hospital campus. Brown trout fishing can be found in the Clark Fork River just east of Warm Springs and in the ponds on the Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area.

 

Location: Warm Springs, MT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Casual
Job published: 06/13/2024
Job ID: 33211

THE PRACTICE

VENTURA COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER – Ventura, CA

Ventura County Medical Center (VCMC) is a 229 bed, fully-integrated, comprehensive system of hospital, clinic and specialty services. VCMC is noted for its renowned Family Medicine Residency Program and is distinguished as the only Ventura County academic teaching hospital with a residency affiliated with UCLA School of Medicine. VCMC is the designated Level II Trauma Center for the west county and is known for its extraordinary trauma team. Due to the patient population, Spanish-speaking is preferred.

Inpatient Services (Hillmont Psychiatric Center)

  • 43 bed unit
  • 7 on – 7 off schedule
  • 10 hour shifts (7 AM - 5 PM PT)
  • Physician will see approximately 15 patients per shift
  • EMR - Cerner
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

THE BENEFITS

  • $288,743.00 Annually for Full-Time (7 on / 7 off) W-2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

THE AREA

  • Ventura County comprises the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area. It is also considered the southernmost county along the California Central Coast. There are 555,953 acres (224,986 ha) outside of national forest land in Ventura County. North of Highway 126, the county is mountainous and mostly uninhabited, and contains some of the most unspoiled, rugged and inaccessible wilderness remaining in southern California. Small coastal mountains rim Ventura County on its landward side. They range in elevation from 50 feet (15 m) along the coast south of the coastal plain, to about 3,100 feet (940 m) in the Santa Monica Mountains. The Santa Ynez Mountains, the Topatopa Mountains, and the Piru Mountains make up the northern boundary of the coastal plain, the Santa Susana Mountains are alongside the eastern boundary of the county, and the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains are along the southern border with Los Angeles County.
Location: Ventura, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 06/12/2024
Job ID: 33345

THE PRACTICE

VENTURA COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER – Ventura, CA

Ventura County Medical Center (VCMC) is a 229 bed, fully-integrated, comprehensive system of hospital, clinic and specialty services. VCMC is noted for its renowned Family Medicine Residency Program and is distinguished as the only Ventura County academic teaching hospital with a residency affiliated with UCLA School of Medicine. VCMC is the designated Level II Trauma Center for the west county and is known for its extraordinary trauma team. Due to the patient population, Spanish-speaking is preferred.

Inpatient Services (Hillmont Psychiatric Center)

  • 36 bed unit, increasing to 43 beds
  • 7 on – 7 off schedule, with 10 hour shifts
  • Physician will see approximately 15 patients per shift

Crisis Stabilization Unit & Consultation (Hillmont Psychiatric Center)

  • 12 hour shifts
  • Flexible Scheduling, doctors may work up to 5 shifts in a row
  • Patients are seen in the CSU, Ventura County ED, including consults in the main hospital.
  • PGY3 Moonlighters welcomed to apply

THE BENEFITS

  • $177.00 per hour for Part-Time W2 Employees
  • Attractive 401K and company match

THE AREA

  • Ventura County comprises the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area. It is also considered the southernmost county along the California Central Coast. There are 555,953 acres (224,986 ha) outside of national forest land in Ventura County. North of Highway 126, the county is mountainous and mostly uninhabited, and contains some of the most unspoiled, rugged and inaccessible wilderness remaining in southern California. Small coastal mountains rim Ventura County on its landward side. They range in elevation from 50 feet (15 m) along the coast south of the coastal plain, to about 3,100 feet (940 m) in the Santa Monica Mountains. The Santa Ynez Mountains, the Topatopa Mountains, and the Piru Mountains make up the northern boundary of the coastal plain, the Santa Susana Mountains are alongside the eastern boundary of the county, and the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains are along the southern border with Los Angeles County.
Location: Ventura, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Casual
Job published: 06/12/2024
Job ID: 33344

THE PRACTICE

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center – San Jose, CA

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is a 574-bed acute care public teaching hospital affiliated with Stanford University Medical School. TBH supports the Santa Clara County Main Jail Complex Main Jail is a third-generation correctional facility that uses the direct supervision model, with a capacity designed to house up to 854 inmates. In this environment, 2-3 officers oversee a locked "module" or dormitory with up to 64 inmates. Some of the units are special management units with a lower capacity. Cases are similar to county population. The inpatient unit cases are similar to other acute psychiatric inpatient units in the community.

Detention Inpatient Services

  • 41 bed inpatient unit
  • Average Daily Census of 30; with no official cap
  • Triple physician coverage; 7am – 5pm (10-hour shifts)
  • Average caseload of 8-13 cases per psychiatrist
  • Flexibility for additional shifts on the unit, or booking 6-hours in the evening
  • Covers psychiatric patients arrested to provide initial evaluation, start or continue treatment, and admit to the inpatient unit if necessary.
  • Access to clinical social worker to triage less acute patients when unit becomes busy
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

THE BENEFITS

  • $375,000.00 Annually for Full-Time (40 hours per week) W-2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

 

THE AREA

  • San Jose is notable as a center of innovation, for its affluence,Mediterranean climate, and extremely high cost of living. As of June 2021, the city has the highest percentage of million-dollar (or more) homes in the United States. Its location within the booming high tech industry as a cultural, political, and economic center has earned the city the nickname "Capital of Silicon Valley". San Jose is one of the wealthiest major cities in the United States and the world, and has the third-highest GDP per capita in the world (after Zürich, Switzerland and Oslo, Norway). San Jose lies between the San Andreas Fault, and the Calaveras Fault. San Jose is shaken by moderate earthquakes on average one or two times a year.

 

Location: San Jose, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 06/04/2024
Job ID: 33278

THE PRACTICE

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Warm Springs, MT

The mission of the Department of Public Health and Human Services is to promote and protect the health, well-being, and self-sufficiency of all Montanans. The Departments Healthcare Facilities Division (HFD) oversees the seven state-operated healthcare facilities, including the Montana State Hospital. This job will serve as HFDs Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and enhancement of all clinical and medical services and programs, medical policies and procedures, and quality assurance programs and activities. The position oversees and directs all aspects of medical care provided to patients, clients, and residents by the state-operated facilities. They will interact with all other parts of the organization including Facility Administrators, nursing leadership, therapy, psychology, fiscal, personnel, quality improvement, and health information.

Forensic Psychiatrist 

 

Job Overview: Evaluation and treatment of patients with complex medical and psychiatric problems. Provides diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric inpatients through supervision of multidisciplinary treatment teams, direct service psychotherapy-chemotherapy, and preparation of psychiatric-legal evaluations and reports. 

 

Major Duties or Responsibilities:

  • MONTANA STATE HOSPITAL-GALEN CAMPUS
    RT 1-GALEN
    DEER LODGE, MT 59722
  • 53 bed forensic – 2 pods of 24, one of 5, one high acuity pod
  • Quarter evaluations
  • 20-30% of population is sentenced to MSH Galen facility (these patients are similar to all other non-forensic patients)
  • 70% are more serious and complicated
  • Patient length of stay is ~60-90 days on the initial order
  • Reports (IMRB, fit reports/plan)
  • 1-5 admissions per week
  • 1-5 discharges per week
  • Seeing patient 1/week (8weeks), 1/mo (after 8 weeks)
  • Usually 24 hours timeline for intakes and discharge notes
  • Functions as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment staff with ultimate medical-legal responsibility for the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients.
  • On admission of each patient to the hospital, responsible for documenting in the medical record the reason for admission, mental status, psychiatric-medical diagnosis, physical exam, and treatment orders.
  • Evaluates patients for physical health problems and consults with and refers to primary care physicians in the Hospital's medical clinic as indicated.
  • Prescribes medication and care as determined.
  • Refers patients to physicians, psychologists, chemical dependency counselors, mental health centers, social services, and other professionals and agencies as needed by the patient.
  • Works with other members of a unit treatment team to develop a treatment program, including rules and therapeutic activities for patients assigned to the team.
  • Completes documentation, drafts reports, develops treatment plans, conducts evaluations as required by Hospital policies and state and federal regulations and standards.
  • Determines appropriateness of home visits, pre-placement visits, conditional release, and discharges, and writes orders in the medical record allowing release.
  • Hospital Wide Peer Services: 
    • Carries out other appropriate duties as requested by the Medical Director. 
    • Serves on Hospital committees as assigned by the Medical Director or the Hospital Administrator. 
    • Participates in, and provides for other staff, continuing education, and training programs. 
    • Participates in medical staff activities, providing input into hospital policy and patient care issues. 
    • Consults with other professionals including physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, and attorneys as needed to make patient care decisions. 
    • Maintains liaison communication with community physicians, mental health professionals, and drug/ alcohol programs.
  • Physical and Environmental Demands:  
    • Must be able to work closely with patients. The incumbent makes regular visits to various work environments throughout the hospital including residences, and patient units which may subject the individual to unpredictable patient behaviors. The position requires standing, walking, and sitting to perform the essential duties. Must be willing to go to all on-campus patient care units. Must be willing to adjust working schedule to ensure coverage.
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (Behaviors): 
    • General practice of psychiatric medicine for adults. 
    • Understanding of the major psychiatric diagnoses and how the diagnosis may interrelate with medical symptoms and illnesses; 
    • Understanding of the use of common psychotherapeutic agents and of the statutory requirements relating to the practice of medicine. 
    • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with people; excellent communication skills; basic understanding of the medical needs of the served population; basic understanding of systems design, development, and management. 
    • Accurately assess, diagnosis, and treat or recommend treatment for psychiatric and medical conditions. 
    • Work comfortably and congenially within a team-oriented work setting. 

Minimum Qualifications

  • A Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree and completion of an appropriate residency program approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties or the American Osteopathic Association.
  • Licensed to practice medicine in the State of Montana or will obtain license to practice medicine in the State of Montana within twelve months of starting the position. 

THE BENEFITS

  • $360,000.00 Annually for Full-Time (40-hours per week) W-2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

THE AREA

  • Warm Springs located near Deer Lodge, Butte and Anaconda was named for the nearby hot springs. Nearby Lost Creek State Park features spectacular grey limestone cliffs that rise 1,200 feet above the canyon's narrow floor. The Pintler Scenic Route, a 63-mile drive, starts in nearby Anaconda, one of Montana's most historic towns and travels to Georgetown Lake and Philipsburg and is a wonderful alternative to Interstate 90 when traveling between Butte and Missoula. The community is the site of Montana State Hospital, the only long-term psychiatric hospital operated by the state of Montana. The hospital was founded by the Territorial Government of Montana in 1877. The State of Montana purchased the hospital in 1912 and renamed it Warm Springs State Hospital in 1965.[3] The "warm springs" are located on the hospital campus. Hot water seeps from a limestone cone that is about 40 feet high. The Native Americans called this the "Lodge of the Whitetailed Deer" giving the Deer Lodge Valley its name. There are no community services other than a bar and convenience store on the frontage road and a post office (zip code 59756) on the hospital campus. Brown trout fishing can be found in the Clark Fork River just east of Warm Springs and in the ponds on the Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area.
Location: Deer Lodge, MT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 06/03/2024
Job ID: 33245

THE PRACTICE

Santa Rosa Behavioral Health – Santa Rosa, CA

Santa Rosa Behavioral Health is a mental health treatment center for adolescents and adults. Treatment services include screening, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, crisis intervention, consultation, education, individual therapy and group counseling. The treatment team is led by a psychiatrist and often includes a licensed therapist, psychiatric nurse, activity/recreational therapist, clinical social worker, and mental health counselors. Santa Rosa Behavioral Health specializes in the treatment of co-occurring diagnosis; a combination of alcoholism/drug use and a behavioral health issue or a mental health disorder.

Inpatient Weekend (MD/DO/Residents) Services 

  • Weekend 16-hour shifts  
  • 7 AM – 11 PM  
  • 95-bed inpatient hospital, across 3 units  
  • 4-bed CSU  
  • Residents Moonlighting available 
  • Adolescent ward, to see 50% Adolescent and 50% Adults (flexible) 
  • Dynamic team of therapists, social workers, and case managers 
  • Physicians must be comfortable seeing adolescent patients
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders 

THE BENEFITS

  • $177.00 per hour for Part-Time W-2 Employees
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match

THE AREA

  • Santa Rosa is a California city in Sonoma County. It's known for its wineries. The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center is dedicated to the famed "Peanuts" cartoonist. Nearby, hands-on exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County include a mini train station. Big-name musicians perform at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. To the east, trail-lined Annadel State Park features wildflowers and a lake. In California's Wine Country region, which also includes Napa, Mendocino, and Lake counties, Sonoma County is the largest producer. Distinct habitat areas within the county include oak woodland, redwood forest, northern coastal scrub, grassland, marshland, oak savanna and riparian woodland. The California oak woodland in the upper Yulupa Creek and Spring Creek watersheds in Annadel State Park is a relatively undisturbed ecosystem with considerable biodiversity. These forested areas have been characterized as some of the best examples of such woodlands. An unusual characteristic of these forests is the high content of undisturbed prehistoric bunchgrass understory, testifying to the absence of historic grazing or other agriculture.
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Casual
Job published: 06/03/2024
Job ID: 33244

ABOUT OUR PARTNER

HeathRIGHT360 Multi Site, CA 

HealthRIGHT 360 provides a full continuum of substance use disorder treatment services to adults, youth, and families, including outpatient, residential, custody-based, sober living environments, and case management programs. Our services are based upon evidence-based practices, so that the therapeutic environment and the clinical interventions are appropriate and effective for the needs of the people in each program. Our programs are gender-responsive and are open and welcoming to people of any gender identity.

Medical Director

  • Supervise 4 NPs
  • EMR - Welligent
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

Short Term Residential Programs in Southern CA

  • 24 hours per week
  • 8:30 AM 5:30 PM PT Monday Friday
  • EMR - Welligent
  • Multidisciplinary team of trained and professional personnel, including awake staff on the overnight shift.
  • Oxnard – Residential Treatment Center (~40 beds) and Withdrawal Management (~8 beds)
    • Women only – 18 – 64 years old
      • 2150 N. Victoria Ave., Oxnard, CA 93036
  • MLK Residential Treatment Center (south LA) (99 beds)
    • Women – 18 – 64 years old
    • Men – 18 – 64 years old
      • 12021 S. Wilmington, Los Angeles, CA 90059
  • Pomona – Residential Treatment Center (~120 beds)
    • Women only – 18 – 64 years old
      • 845 E. Arrow Hwy. Pomona, CA 91767
  • Be Well (Orange) – Residential Treatment Center (30 beds) and Withdrawal Management (12 beds)
    • Women – 18 – 64 years old
    • Men – 18 – 64 years old
      • 265 S. Anita Dr., Orange, CA 92868
  • North County Serenity House (NCSH – Escondido) – Residential Treatment Center (~80 beds) and Withdrawal Management (~8 beds)
    • Women only – 18 – 64 years old
      • 1341 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, CA 92026
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

Outpatient Programs in Southern CA

  • 8:30 AM 5:30 PM PT Monday Friday
  • EMR - Welligent
  • Pasadena, CA
  • Adult and child/adolescent patient base
    • 2650 E. Foothill Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91107
  • Pomona, CA
  • Adults only
    • 831 E. Arrow Hwy., Pomona, CA 91767
  • SUD and DMH
  • Provide comprehensive mental health and substance use services
  • Individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychiatric treatment, medication management and medication-assisted therapies, case management, and coordination with primary care providers
  • Traditions Behavioral Health is proud to accept and work with H1B and J1 Visa holders

THE BENEFITS

  • $335,000.00 Annually for OPT/RES Full-Time (40-hours per week) W-2 Employees
  • $340,000.00 Annually for Medical Director Full-Time (40-hours per week) W2 Employees
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Competitive Company Match
  • Generous Annual Bonuses
  • PTO and CME Accrual

THE AREA

  • Southern California is famed for its sunny weather and dramatic Pacific coastline. San Diego, just north of the Mexican border, is known for surfing spots and massive Balboa Park, with its world-renowned zoo and museums. Across the bay lies resort city Coronado. Up the coast is Los Angeles, home to Hollywood studios, fine art in the Getty Center, Griffith Park and the high-end shops of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The motion picture, television and music industry are centered in the Los Angeles area in Southern California. Hollywood, a district of Los Angeles, gives its name to the American motion picture industry, which is synonymous with the neighborhood name. Headquartered in Southern California are The Walt Disney Company (which owns ABC), Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, MGM, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Universal, Warner Bros. and Sony also run major record companies. The region is also important to the world of yachting with premier events including the annual Transpacific Yacht Race, or Transpac, from Los Angeles to Hawaii. The San Diego Yacht Club held the America's Cup, the most prestigious prize in yachting, from 1988 to 1995 and hosted three America's Cup races during that time. The first modern-era triathlon was held in San Diego's Mission Bay in 1974. Since then, Southern California, and San Diego in particular, have become a mecca for triathlon and multi-sport racing, products, and culture. Southern California is also known for its mountain resort communities, such as Big Bear Lake, Lake Arrowhead, and Wrightwood, and their ski resorts, like Bear Mountain, Snow Summit, Snow Valley Mountain Resort, and Mountain High. The inland desert city of Palm Springs is also popular.
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 05/28/2024
Job ID: 33012

THE PRACTICE

Contra Costa Regional Medical Center (CCRMC) – San Pablo, CA

Contra Costa Regional Medical Center is a full service county hospital and offers a complete array of patient-centered health care services delivered in a beautiful facility. Since 2008, we have provided a full range of psychiatric services at CCRMC including Inpatient, PES, Consult Liaison, Detention Facility, and Outpatient Behavioral Health.

Location: Antioch, CA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Job published: 05/22/2024
Job ID: 33112