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Posted August 14, 2018

Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

The Ohio State University College of Medicine

Columbus, OH


The Ohio State University College of Medicine seeks a collaborative, visionary and nationally recognized psychiatrist to serve as its next Chair for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health.  As part of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s growth and strategic plan to become a top 20 academic medical center, the next chair will have an unprecedented opportunity to substantially advance the department across its research, education, and patient care missions.


The department hosts more than 100 primary and associated faculty advancing behavioral health science and providing care across the medical center, including the psychiatric and behavioral health services to the Ohio State Harding Hospital, University Hospital, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and addiction services at University Hospital East, and several other community outpatient sites in the Columbus area.  The department ranks 45th in the nation for NIH funding and boasts internationally prominent researchers in areas including psychoneuroimmunology, early-onset psychosis, nutrition and mental health, women’s behavioral health, and the health needs of the intellectually and developmentally disabled.  The department is also home to a large residency program and fellowships in forensic psychiatry, psychosomatic/consultation liaison medicine, child and adolescent psychiatry, and the newly created addiction medicine program.  The incoming chair will play a key role in crafting the The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s behavioral health strategy for Central Ohio and beyond.


The Ohio State University College of Medicine is a key component of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and is part of one of the largest and most comprehensive health sciences campuses and universities in the world comprised of seven hospitals and more than 100 clinical sites, 2,100 clinical faculty, 800 residents and fellows, and more than 20 research centers and institutes, along with 25 core research laboratories that promote collaboration among experts from virtually all departments, divisions, and branch campuses of The Ohio State University.


Reporting to Dean K. Craig Kent, M.D., the incoming chair must be passionate about building research and clinical programs of excellence, integrating with the community, and envisioning a lasting impact on the behavioral health of Ohioans and beyond.  There are significant opportunities and resources to build science and capacity across multiple areas including in the neurobiological sciences, stemming opioid abuse at the geographic center of the crises, and in serving one of the largest student populations in the United States.

The successful candidate will be a physician or practicing physician scientist with an outstanding record of accomplishments in the specialty of Psychiatry, and who has served in leadership positions at a leading academic medical center.  In addition, the successful candidate will be board certified in Psychiatry, have a distinguished record and accomplishment in scholarship, teaching, research, and clinical service, and eligibility for an appointment at the academic rank of tenured professor.


The University has a strong commitment to diversity and encourages applications and nominations from traditionally underrepresented groups.  Applicants should include a current vitae and cover letter reviewing the candidate’s experiences, strengths, and accomplishments. Confidential inquiries, nominations, expressions of interest and candidate materials should be submitted via email to the search consultants, Karen Otto, Dr. Chris Colenda, Jeff Schroetlin and Megan Welch at OSUPsychiatry@wittkieffer.com; phone 630-575-6904.



Posted August 8, 2018


BE/BC Psychiatrist

Community Health Network

Indianapolis, IN



Community Health Network’s ACGME-accredited psychiatry residency program seeks an enthusiastic, innovative BE/BC Psychiatrist to join our exceptional faculty. Our new program is part of Community Health Network, a physician-led organization and Central Indiana’s largest and most comprehensive behavioral health provider.  Our residency offers a collaborative, community-based environment, designed to provide exceptional physician training using a rich array of mental health service experiences combined with a comprehensive didactic curriculum. We are committed to prepare residents to succeed at the forefront of the evolving role of psychiatry in the delivery of healthcare.  Ideal candidates will have previous faculty/teaching experience, be BE/BC in General Psychiatry, and eligible for medical licensure in the state of Indiana.


Additional Information:

· ACGME-Accredited; capacity for four residents in each class

· Flexibility to work in strictly IP or a mix of IP & OP settings

· Generous salary/benefits package, including incentives; paid CME

· Physician-led organization; one of the nation’s first health networks to implement a Center for Physician Well-being & Professional Development

· A multi-disciplinary, supportive team approach to patient care·

· Community physicians rank #1 nationally in-patient satisfaction

· Largest behavioral health provider in Indiana


About Community Health Network:

Ranked among the nation’s most integrated healthcare systems, Community Health Network is guided by a simple mission: “Deeply committed to the communities we serve, we enhance health and well-being.” Our organization’s values are represented by the acronym PRIIDE: Patients First, Relationships, Integrity, Innovations, Dedication, and Excellence. These values drive the work we do every day and the attitude we bring to every task. Our provider work force ranks #1 in physician satisfaction scores as measured by NCDR. Referral base: over 300 primary care providers, 11 counties, and 625,000 unique patients served in 2017.



For more information, contact:
Sarah Holland, Sr. Network Physician Recruiter
Phone: 317-621-1999 | Email: sholland@ecommunity.com



Posted July 31, 2018


Adult Psychiatrist

The MetroHealth System (affiliated with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU))

Cleveland, OH



The MetroHealth System, affiliated with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), in Cleveland, Ohio seeks an Adult Psychiatrist.

· 100% Outpatient Psychiatry on weekdays

· Option to teach in our 20-resident ACGME-approved Psychiatry program

· Academic appointment with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)

· Excellent opportunities for professional development

· Epic EMR has been implemented and in operation for more than 15 years

· Generous benefits and highly competitive compensation

· Interests in Geriatric Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry welcome, but not required

The MetroHealth System, affiliated with CWRU, is an integrated health system handling more than one million patients. Our highly collaborative practice provides superb care for patients and excellent training for the next generation of clinicians. They have been rated as one of Northeastern Ohio’s Best Places to Work.

Cleveland, Ohio offers a great lifestyle.

· Great cost of living – 21% lower than the national average

· Pro Sports – Major League teams (Indians, Browns and Cavaliers)

· The arts – largest theater complex outside of New York City, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the renowned Cleveland Orchestra & one of the world’s leading art museums

· Diverse economy – manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, biomedical

· Ease of transit – rated the 6th best city in the United States for commuters

· Outdoor activities – Lake Erie for boating and beaches

· Superb park system surrounding the city with many hiking opportunities

· Nationally renowned food and dining scene

Interested candidates please contact:

Terry Jung






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