Opportunity: Bilingual (Spanish and English) Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist - El Paso
 Opportunity Details
Opportunity Type: Permanent - Full Time
Specialty: Psychiatry, General
Location: El Paso, TX, USA
Region: South , Urban
Job Position Code: 254592  
Openings: 1
Last Updated: 5/11/2022 12:09:56 PM  
J1/H1B Visa? Yes

 Offer Details
Income Details:

Salary negotiable based on experience. 

Student Loan Forgiveness:

NHSC. 

Relocation Paid: Up to 10,000
Vacation: 30 days PTO
CME: 5 days and 1,500 a year
Call Coverage: Nurse hotline
Other Benefits:

Excellent Benefits! This facility offers a progressive compensation and benefits package which includes:

  • Health insurance
  • Voluntary participation at employee cost for dental, optical, disability, and 403(b) retirement option
  • 30 days PTO
  • Sick leave available
  • 5 days and $1,500 annually for CME
  • Up to $10,000 for relocation assistance
  • FTCA Malpractice Insurance

 Job Description

In El Paso, TX: Texas Association of Community Health Centers is seeking a Full-Time Bilingual (Spanish and English) Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to deliver excellent care and professional experience to the patients of our center appropriate for an out-patient, primary care community health center with multicultural, multilingual patient population

Job Overview:

  • Oversee the treatment plans and progress of patients, serve as consultant on specific cases and examine and treat patients whose condition may also require pharmacological intervention
  • Examines, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats psychiatric disorders
  • Reviews case histories and verifies diagnosis of psychiatric disorders
  • Prescribes and evaluates effectiveness of a wide range of therapeutic measures
  • Recommends disposition of psychiatric cases
  • Maintains accurate, timely and thorough documentation of treatment in patient charts
  • Advises on problems related to mental health and prevention of mental disorders
  • Serves as medical and psychiatric consultant to primary care providers and clinical social workers
  • Advises on kind and quantity of psychiatric supplies and equipment
  • Coordinates psychiatric services with other medical activities
  • Instructs interns and residents in psychiatric principles and procedures
  • Serves as consultant on psychiatry
 Job Requirements

Qualifications:

  • Current valid license to practice medicine in the State of Texas 
  • Current DEA certificate required
  • Board Eligible or Board Certified required 
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
  • 1 year post graduate training preferred 
  • Medical degree from an accredited school required

Bilingual in Spanish and English required

Will accept new graduates!

Will accept J1 and H1B candidates! 

No agencies, please. TACHC does not accept solicitations from outside recruitment agencies.

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Community Overview

El Paso is a true border community of close to 1 million persons with a metro area that includes Juarez, Chihuahua and Las Cruces, New Mexico.  We affiliate with both UTEP and TTUSHC in El Paso, who also offer other opportunities,  There is a large military presence with Ft Bliss, and we collaborate with Endeavors in addressing that community as well.

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 Contact Information
Contact: Marcia Falloure, Provider Services Specialist
Texas Association of Community Health Centers
5900 Southwest Parkway
Building 3
Austin, TX 78735
Email: mfalloure@tachc.org
Phone: (512) 329-5959
Fax: (512) 329-9189

 Practice Information
Number of physicians in group: 2 on site
Practice Description :

This health center has an integrated system serving El Paso with primary care, behavioral health, oral health, Substance Use Disorder, HIV prevention and treatment, plus school based campus involvement.  Hybrid treatment system well established.  Developing psychiatric residency program intended to produce bi-lingual, community oriented providers.

If you are interested in learning more, or if you have knowledge of an individual who may be seeking an excellent practice opportunity, please contact us.