Medical Director Potential: Employed Adult Psychiatry opportunity in beautiful Chattanooga, TN!

Specialty:

Psychiatry

Opportunity Record:

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Location

Parkridge Valley Hospital, Chattanooga, TN

Parkridge Valley, a behavioral health facility of Parkridge

Medical Center, has served the tri-state area for over 32

years. Parkridge Valley provides unparalleled expertise in

treating a broad range of mental health and chemical

dependency issues for all ages.


The Child and Adolescent Services at Parkridge Valley

recognizes the need for a comprehensive continuum of

care that includes acute inpatient and partial

hospitalization, with networking to local professionals for

ongoing outpatient care. The Child and Adolescent

Program’s professional staff includes psychiatrists,

master’s and bachelor’s level family workers and

therapists, registered nurses, activity therapists and child

specialists. Parkridge Valley’s campus contains a

state-certified school, Valley Academy.


The Adolescent Acute Program is designed to help

troubled teens and their families identify problem areas

which interfere with their growth and development. The

inpatient experience provides an opportunity to stabilize

the crisis, assess the problem areas and coordinate

appropriate services.


The Adolescent Subacute Residential Program is a

short-term residential program designed to help troubled

teenagers with a prior history of failed outpatient and

inpatient psychiatric care. These patients require intensive

inpatient structure and support to raise awareness of their

destructive behavioral patterns.


www.parkridgevalley.com

Job Summary

Opportunity Description:
• HCA Employed Position at the region’s largest Behavioral Health facilities
• Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Opportunity at Parkridge Valley, a 64-bed hospital
• Medical Directorship Potential
• Call 1:6
• Treatment of patients 18 years and older
• Services include:
o Acute Psychiatric Services
o Alcohol and Drug Addition
o Dual Diagnosis Care
o Partial Hospitalization Program
• Excellent compensation, comprehensive benefits, retirement, insurance, paid time off, relocation, CME allowance, and much more

Qualifications:
• Board Certified or Board Eligible in Psychiatry
• Ability to obtain a Tennessee License
• Strong communication skills

Facility:
Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior Campus, a 64-bed facility, offers inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services for individuals over the age of 18. We provide treatment for anxiety, depression and substance abuse, among others. Our services include medication management, supportive medical care, group therapy, activities therapy and discharge planning.

For more information please call:
Corey Hunter
423-320-0671

 

HCA TriStar Division

Parkridge Valley Hospital

Location

Chattanooga, TN

Facility Description

Parkridge Valley, a behavioral health facility of Parkridge

Medical Center, has served the tri-state area for over 32

years. Parkridge Valley provides unparalleled expertise in

treating a broad range of mental health and chemical

dependency issues for all ages.


The Child and Adolescent Services at Parkridge Valley

recognizes the need for a comprehensive continuum of

care that includes acute inpatient and partial

hospitalization, with networking to local professionals for

ongoing outpatient care. The Child and Adolescent

Program’s professional staff includes psychiatrists,

master’s and bachelor’s level family workers and

therapists, registered nurses, activity therapists and child

specialists. Parkridge Valley’s campus contains a

state-certified school, Valley Academy.


The Adolescent Acute Program is designed to help

troubled teens and their families identify problem areas

which interfere with their growth and development. The

inpatient experience provides an opportunity to stabilize

the crisis, assess the problem areas and coordinate

appropriate services.


The Adolescent Subacute Residential Program is a

short-term residential program designed to help troubled

teenagers with a prior history of failed outpatient and

inpatient psychiatric care. These patients require intensive

inpatient structure and support to raise awareness of their

destructive behavioral patterns.


www.parkridgevalley.com