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Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist: Open Position

Specialty: Adolescent
Facility: Harbor Oaks Hospital
Location: New Baltimore, MI
Beds: 99

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COME PRACTICE WITH US!

Child/ Adolescent Psychiatrist Needed; Full-Time

Harbor Oaks Hospital

  • Children, Adolescents, Teens, Adults
  • Inpatient

Excellent compensation, benefits, and incentives available!

Harbor Oaks Hospital respects the dignity of each individual patient, and cares deeply about making a lasting difference. Treatment philosophy comes from experience. The staff knows that people can change and that chemical dependency and mental illness are treatable diseases. Because substance abuse and mental health disorders often co-occur, treatment programs are designed to treat the whole person.

Our exemplary staff makes the safety and comfort of our patients a priority so that they can recover and grow in a therapeutically secure environment that is fully conducive to healing. We believe that treating the person, not the problem, is the key to achieving life-long recovery from the ailments that plague those who seek our help. Harbor Oaks is passionate about improving the lives of all people who walk through our doors, and we promise to administer the best care possible to provide all individuals with the opportunity to achieve a healthier, brighter future.

*Physicians: Acadia Healthcare employs internal Physician Recruiters who can introduce you to any open vacancies within the company.

When outside firms are utilized, their fees have a direct impact on the great work our employed and contracted Physicians are doing to sustain the facilities and services required to improve patients' lives in the communities they serve.

Connect with our Physician Recruitment Team Today!

Kent McMackin 

P: 615-861-7360

M: 615-516-2078

kent.mcmackin@acadiahealthcare.com

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Harbor Oaks Hospital respects the dignity of each individual patient, and cares deeply about making a lasting difference. Treatment philosophy comes from experience. The staff knows that people can change and that chemical dependency and mental illness are treatable diseases. Because substance abuse and mental health disorders often co-occur, treatment programs are designed to treat the whole person. Adult Services Harbor Oaks Hospital offers Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs for adults ages 18 and older. Under the medical direction of a psychiatrist, each patient receives an individualized treatment plan, which is implemented by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals including psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, educational specialists and activity therapists. Daily program provides a controlled and structured environment for patients having emotional and behavioral difficulties. Through individual, group, family and expressive therapies, patients learn healthy behaviors to cope with problems. Co-Occurring Disorders Unit Harbor Oaks Hospital provides a safe and supportive environment for adult patients presenting with a primary substance abuse disorder as well as psychiatric symptoms such as anxiety or depression. Many adults who suffer from emotional disorders, abuse alcohol and/or illicit drugs as a means of coping with their emotional problems. The Co-Occurring disorders patient requires coordinated use of psychiatric and substance abuse interventions. Children and Adolescent Services Harbor Oaks Hospital offers inpatient and partial hospitalization programs for children ages 5 to 12 and adolescents ages 13 to 17. Under the medical direction of a child/adolescent psychiatrist, each patient receives an individualized treatment plan which is implemented by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals including psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, educational specialists and activity therapists and discharge planners. These programs provide a controlled and structured environment for children and adolescents having emotional and behavioral difficulties. Through individual, group, family and expressive therapies, patients learn healthy behaviors to cope with problems.