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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, a 650+ bed tertiary care teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, is recruiting highly qualified staff psychiatrists. The Department of Psychiatry is a major teaching site for Harvard Medical School and the BIDMC Harvard Psychiatry Residency Training Program; positions will include opportunities for teaching medical students and residents and for faculty development. A Harvard Medical School appointment at the rank of instructor, assistant, or associate professor may be commensurate with the level of accomplishment and dependent upon fulfilling teaching requirements. Opportunities exist on the following services with the possibility of combining work on different services to make a full- or part-time position: 



This part-time position involves clinical care and opportunities to participate in the training of psychiatric residents. The clinical care involves psychiatric evaluations and ongoing treatment of outpatients in our general psychiatry clinic located within the medical center. 



This part-time position involves clinical care, teaching, and supervision and combines coverage of inpatient CL and ED. The service sees 2500 Emergency Department and 1000 Inpatient Medical-Surgical consultations annually. Certification (or eligibility) in Psychosomatic Medicine is desirable. 



This full-time position includes clinical care, teaching, and supervision on an active 25 bed inpatient teaching unit. 



This part-time position is for a neuropsychiatrist who will be part of a multi-disciplinary team within the Cognitive Neurology Unit. 



Please apply via to requisition #201271 for the Part- Time Ambulatory Psychiatrist; #201245 for the Part-Time Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry; #201276 for the Full-Time Inpatient Psychiatry Service and #201272 for the Part-Time Neuropsychiatry. 


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