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Organization:

Lincoln Community Health Center

Location:

Durham, North Carolina • All Counties

Date Needed:

September 30, 2021

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Type Of Position:

Full Time

Education Required:

PhD

Experience Required:

1-2 year(s)

Date Of Job Posting:

July 28, 2021

Job Description:

Part-time or full-time adult psychiatrist is sought to join the behavioral health team in a large, well established community health center that provides integrated behavioral health and primary care services. The psychiatrist will be responsible for psychiatric evaluations, medication management and consultation to the Integrated Care Team and will be expected to work closely with counselors (LCAS, LCSW) and case managers to provide comprehensive care. As the program was recently awarded an exciting HRSA grant to provide medication assisted treatment for substances use disorders in a community-based setting, addiction experience and waiver to prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone would be desirable, though not essential. If not already waivered, support would be available for an otherwise well qualified provider to obtain waiver and receive supervision from a waivered physician. As Lincoln is a community training site for Duke Psychiatry residents, supervision opportunities may be available for the interested and qualified physician. Lincoln Community Health center, a federally qualified community health center in Durham, North Carolina, is an equal opportunity employer.

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