Albuquerque, NM

September 28, 2018

Job Description:
The Presbyterian Behavioral Medicine Program seeks a BE/BC Psychiatrist with specialized training in addiction diagnosis and treatment as it relates to the reciprocal impact of psychiatric and substance use disorders. Certification in Addictions Psychiatry is preferred.

Job Responsibilities:
Dedicated to improving the health of our community, Behavioral Health at Presbyterian offers treatment for lasting recovery from substance abuse, behavioral health conditions, and psychiatric emergencies. Our psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced practice clinicians, therapists, psychiatric social workers, and registered nurses and behavioral health technicians work together through all levels of patient care to deliver a full continuum of psychiatric and substance abuse services for adults, children, and geriatric patients. The Presbyterian Substance Use Disorders Specialty Clinic is designed to help adult patients recover from substance abuse and addiction. The program provides assessment and support for individuals struggling with family, relationship, work, health and legal issues as the result of their substance abuse.

Required education/experience
BE/BC Psychiatrist with specialized training in addiction diagnosis and treatment as it relates to the reciprocal impact of psychiatric and substance use disorders. Certification in Addictions Psychiatry is preferred.

Required licenses/certifications
BE/BC Psychiatrist

If you are interested in this job posting:
Tammy Duran-Porras, Physician Recruiter
505-923-5567 or tduran2@phs.org