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CentralCare, Inc is currently looking for a Psychiatrist to fill a role for our customer located in the Dayton, Ohio area.
Degree/Education: Must Posses a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
License: Must hold a current, active and encumbered license to practice medicine.
Board Certifications: Must be Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry.
Experience: A minimum of ten (10) years experience.
Certifications: Must be certified in Basic Life Support (BLS)
Must be a US Citizen
Job Responsibilities of the Contractor: CP's areas of responsibility shall include by not necessarily be limited to the following:
Able to conduct and interpret clinical evaluations for aircrew, special duty operations and other airman required in support of FECN consultation, teaching and research task requirements.
Shall have experience working with and evaluating USAF personnel or other DOD aviation or special duty personnel or minimum one-year aeromedical psychiatry experience.
Operate as an independent specialist within the Neuropsychiatry Branch and Aeromedical Consultation Service. Participate in clinical conferences on a regular basis and consult with other aeromedical specialist in the division.
Conduct comprehensive in-person occupational aeromedical psychiatric evaluations, aero medically-related telephone and chart review consultations on disqualified USAF aircrew with psychiatric conditions requiring a waiver to return to operational duties.
Serve as an expert consultant or advisor as required in aeromedical psychiatric matters.
Interview, examine, gather and maintain patient information and records, including social or medical history obtained from patients, relatives, or other professionals. Evaluate and diagnose any pathology or disease process found. Request specialized medical studies when professional judgment so indicates and follow-up on the results of such studies.
Examine or conduct laboratory or diagnostic tests on patients to provided information on general physical conditions or mental disorder. Summarize clinical findings of FECN waiver consolations and clinical case evaluations of USAF aircrew, special duty operations and other airmen in written and verbal format.
Collaborate with FECN professional colleagues and other FECN staff and organize review of scientific literature and participate in discussion of same with FECN professional staff and contractors as needed-in support of teaching, consultative and research tasks.
Assist FECN professional staff and senior statistician in authoring scientific paper (s), professional presentation (s), and DoD technical report (s) in support of teaching, consultation and research tasks. The number of presentations, reports and papers shall be determined by FECN branch chief and principal investigator based upon the relevance of findings as they become available.
Assist in the data analyses, research design, report writing and research collaboration of FECN aeromedical research projects that support teaching and clinical consultations.
Assure confidentially of documents, communications and data (i.e., follow HIPPA and IRB requirements) related to teaching, clinical consultations and research.
Provide and receive technical guidance and advisory recommendations from FECN professional staff regarding teaching and research project management, as well as complex case reviews.
Work with FECN professional staff to assure teaching, clinical consultation case reviews and research projects are executing on schedule.
Job Type: Full-time
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Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Since 1999, CentralCare has been providing excellence in staffing to commercial and government hospitals and healthcare organizations nationwide.
The core management team at CentralCare brings the benefits of many years of nursing experience to its leadership, providing a deep understanding both of the needs of their employees and the environments in which they work.
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