Staff Psychiatrist - Adolescent Residential Facility
Napa, California, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Psychiatry-Child/Adolescent
Salary Up to $247,500 yearly
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Permanent/Full-Time
Work Environment Telemedicine
Location California, California, United States
Visa Sponsorship Yes

Job Description

Last Update: 3/16/23


Newport Academy – National Organization

Newport Academy is a top-rated, gender-specific, teen & young adult residential treatment program. With over 500 years of clinical & therapeutic expertise, we strive to provide sustainable healing that treats the underlying causes of maladaptive and destructive behavior. We treat individuals, ages 12-22, struggling with teenage depression, teen anxiety, eating disorders, teen trauma, teen dual diagnosis, and teenage substance abuse. Newport Academy is a different kind of teen rehab center. Through our clinical expertise and holistic care, we empower teens and restore families. We are a teen treatment center that provides the safety, support, and, above all, the unconditional love that teens and their families need to heal.

Teen & Young Adults Residential Programs

  • 30 hours of tele clinical and experiential treatment per week
  • Average of 10 hours of coverage per residential facility
  • Average caseload of 25 patients per physician
  • Ultra-luxurious high-end facilities offering wrap-around services
  • Golden House - 6 beds housing adolescent girls
  • Autumn Lane Vista - 6 beds housing adolescent girls
  • Additional location to be added


  • $247,500 Annually for 30 hours per week
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
  • Attractive 401K and Company Match
  • PTO & CME Accrual


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