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Consulting Psychiatrist

Position Deleted on 3/07/2013. This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobs.
Bowie, MD
Admin - Counseling
Application Due:
Open Until Filled
Full Time
Responsibilities: Meets individually on a priority basis with students referred by Counseling Services; diagnoses the type and degree of psychological malfunctioning; provides timely oral feedback to the Counseling Services staff followed by written evaluation; provides short-term psychiatric assistance, prescribing medication when necessary; coordinates treatment with the Henry Wise Wellness Center staff when the student's physical health is compromised by psychological disability; assists with emergency and crisis management to include hospitalization of students when warranted; refers students to facilities and/or physicians for long-term treatment; meets with the Counseling Services staff and or other invited Student Affairs staff for case conferences and or training; represents the University in discussions with other physicians treating students; evaluates medical documentation and provides an opinion or makes suggestions regarding continued treatment.

Qualifications: M.D. degree with completion of a residency in psychiatry required. Prior experience in providing psychiatric services to college students preferred. An active and valid Maryland medical license is required. Board certified or board eligible in psychiatry. Demonstrated proficiency must be evident in providing psychiatric services, to include clinical assessment, medication evaluation, crisis intervention, and psychiatric hospitalization. Provide evidence of working with minorities and specialist populations. Provide copy of current medical license, documentation of board eligibility or certification, copy of medical malpractice insurance with the University listed as a practice site; reference checks related to clinical work.
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