(1770) Addiction Psychiatrist

Job Description

This Position is responsible for the delivery of professional care and competent services to primarily individuals with substance use disorders (SUD) and/or psychiatric disorders, in a residential and outpatient practice in person and by telemedicine. Responsibilities will include:

• The demonstration of a working knowledge of SUD assessment and treatment processes
• The ability to work effectively with other health care professionals
• Supporting/enhancing program and center leadership, specifically the Medical Director and Director of SUD Services
• Providing input on substance use disorder operating procedures and protocols
• Provision of medication assisted treatment for opiate and other SUD, including office based opioid treatment (buprenorphine/naloxone)
• Provision of ambulatory withdrawal management (detox)
• Oversight of nursing staff, nurse practitioners, and/or physician assistants providing services in SUD specialty programs
• Serving as a SUD subject matter expert and consultant with other Bluebonnet Trails health care professionals
• Psychiatric care to patients (adults, and/or child and adolescent based upon qualifications) in outpatient and/or crisis programs, including psychiatric evaluation, medication management, treatment planning and emergency evaluations

The Position is responsible for ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, billing code requirements, and will complete records in a timely manner using the designated electronic medical record system. Other duties include consultation with staff, treatment team participation, participation in the on call schedule (by phone, and if > 50% FTE) and coordination with other professionals.

CityRound Rock w/other locations
CountyWilliamson County
CredentialsMinimum Qualifications: Psychiatrist: Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy. By hire date: Certification of completion of residency in psychiatry; Current, active license to practice medicine in Texas as issued by the Texas Medical Board; Current, active Controlled Substance Registration Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, including DEA DATA 2000 Waiver; Unrestricted eligibility to participate in provider network for Medicare/Medicaid/other third party payers. Must have a valid Texas Driver's License.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Psychiatrist: Board Certification in the Subspecialty of Addiction Psychiatry; Board Certification in Psychiatry and/or Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; 3 or more years’ experience providing substance use disorder treatment in residential setting
• Will consider approved residency in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine with certification by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (with applicable changes to the position).
Salary Amount$Based on Experience/hr
Closing DateOpen until filled
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