Psychiatrists (General/Child/Adolescent/Forensic) needed for a long-term opportunity in Arizona
Kennesaw, Georgia, United States
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Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Psychiatric-Mental Health
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Part-Time/Contract
Work Environment Hospital
Location Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 1/25/23
The Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community is seeking Child, Adult & Forensic Psychiatrists for a 3-year contract opportunity in Phoenix, AZ. The providers will provide psychiatric care for children and adults, which may vary in scope and length. The Child/Adult patient care will include evaluation, medication management, dangerousness and risk assessment, counseling, and referral, while the Forensic Psychiatrist will be tasked with forensic assessment, evaluation, and testimony for court-involved individuals. That will be used for guardianship and competency to stand trial.

Job Quick Facts:
* Specialty: Psychiatrist|Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist|Forensic Psychiatrist
* Job Type: Long-Term Contract
* Contract Term: Oct 1, 2021 to Sept 30, 2024
* Location: Phoenix, AZ
* License Requirement: AZ
* Allow For Licensing: Yes
* Board Requirement: BC
* Service Setting: Outpatient
* Coverage Type: Scheduled Clinical Hours Only
* Shift Schedule: Mon - Fri, 7a - 6p (Possible Weekends for 72-hour hold cases)
* Ave. Hold Cases: 2-3/month
* Patient Volume: 15/day
* Patient demographic: Adolescent, Adult
* Support Staff: Medical Support Assistant
* Indian Health Services: RPMS/EHR

Case Management:

Within 10 to 15 days following a patient's admission, service providers must create a case or treatment plan for them. An assessment, as well as any psychiatric or psychological evaluations, must be included in the strategy (if applicable). Each provider must provide, at minimum, all original service or treatment plans, as well as any revised plans created during the client's stay; a copy of the Case Staffing Summary each time the case is staffed; and a copy of the Discharge Summary within 5 working days after the occurrence.

Coordination with the Community:

1. Ensure that designated staff is in reliable contact with the DHHS Division of Behavioral Health assigned counselor or case manager to ensure that all pertinent information is communicated.

2. All individual case plans and/or treatment plans shall be coordinated with the designated DHHS Division of Behavioral Health assigned counselor or case manager.

3. Contracted agencies will allow the Community to bill all available third party insurances and collect for all services rendered by the psychiatrist providing services to the Community.

4. Ensure that administrative issues and concerns are coordinated with the DHHS Administration, which will be the primary contact through the duration of the contract and for billing purposes.

5. All clinical work performed will be documented in the Community’s electronic health record.