Massachusetts

March 13, 2019

Job Description: The Department of Psychiatry at North Shore Medical Center (NSMC), in affiliation with Massachusetts General Hospital (Mass General), has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time or part-time BC/BE adult psychiatrist who has an interest in the treatment of patients with Substance Use Disorders. Fellowship training in Addictions Psychiatry is preferred but not required. Opportunities include outpatient evaluation and treatment, inpatient treatment, and consultation to medical/surgical floors.

NSMC is in the process of opening a new, state-of-the-art, 120-bed psychiatric inpatient facility on the NSMC campus in Salem, MA. The facility, opening in the fall of 2019, will feature two adult units, one child and adolescent unit, and one geriatric unit. Substance Use Disorder services will be provided on all of these units.

Qualified candidates will receive a clinical appointment at both NSMC and Mass General, offering interested candidates an ideal opportunity for education and research engagement and broader collaboration. The Department of Psychiatry at Mass General is consistently ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report and works with NSMC as a community partner. There are multiple opportunities for teaching on-site, as well as robust educational and research opportunities at Mass General and Harvard Medical School for the appropriate interested candidate.

Evening and weekend call are very reasonable and provide significant additional compensation.

If you are interested in this job posting:
Salem is located on the North Shore of Massachusetts, only 15 miles north of Boston. This region features all the advantages of proximity to a wonderful metropolitan area.
Interested individuals should send their CV and letter of interest to Louis Caligiuri, Director of Physician Services at lcaligiuri@partners.org.

North Shore Medical Center is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Pre-employment drug screening is required. The position is eligible to participate in the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.