Psychiatry job located in Florida
Medical Director Position for Pensacola, Florida
Existing, well-established practice located on the campus at West Florida Hospital in Pensacola, FL seeks a Medical Director to join the Psychiatric team at West Florida Behavioral Health. Previous experience functioning in a similar leadership role is required.
The Pavilion at West Florida Hospital is a 58-bed, full service psychiatric hospital located on the West Florida Hospital campus. The physicians and staff of the Pavilion are focused on the treatment of adults and operate one of the area’s only Behavioral Health Unit designed specifically to treat older adults. Although physically adjoined to West Florida Hospital, The Pavilion is a separate facility, ensuring confidentiality and patient privacy. The Pavilion offers comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and a treatment program utilizing Trauma Informed Care and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Treatment occurs in an environment of comfort, caring and privacy and consists of Group and Individual Therapy as well as Activity and Pet Therapy. The facility features comfortable patient rooms, a private dining room and environmental adaptations that help to ensure the safety of all patients. In addition, The Pavilion offers Out-Patient programs at the Intensive Out-Patient and Partial Hospitalization level of treatment as well as an Electroconvulsive Therapy program.
This practice only covers one hospital
Employment opportunity with competitive salary
Full benefits package to include paid malpractice
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