Collaborating Psychiatrist
PCC Community Wellness Center
Oak Park, IL
PCC Community Wellness Center is seeking a psychiatrist board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry to serve as the collaborating psychiatrist for five psychiatric nurse practitioners at PCC Community Wellness Center. Additionally, this position would provide 2 hours of monthly group consultation to psychiatric nurse practitioners.

PCC Community Wellness Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing comprehensive primary care and integrated services to the west side of Chicago and western suburbs. Using a family medicine model, PCC provides a full spectrum of services throughout the life cycle. In addition to standard medical and preventive care, this comprehensive approach includes family planning, social services and behavioral health care, substance abuse counseling, oral health care, diabetes education and counseling, asthma education, disease screening, immunizations, WIC screening, health education, case management, home health visits, breastfeeding counseling, child development programs, and transportation services.

PCC Community Wellness Center’s mission is to improve health outcomes for the medically underserved community through the provision of high quality, affordable, and accessible primary health care and support services. This mission includes the understanding that the pathway to whole health is through the integration of mental health and substance abuse services that address all psychosocial factors that contribute to improved health outcomes. Through the integration of licensed clinicians, including those dually certified as alcohol and drug counselors, PCC ensures patients have access to the highest quality providers to manage and support the treatment of all behavioral health needs

Contact information: Amanda Brooks, CPHO, abrooks@pccwellness.org, (773) 378-3347 ext 4214
Posted 9/25/2018

Chief Psychiatrist, JTDC (part time) (Job #00121899)
Juvenile Detention Center of Cook County
Cook County, IL
At the Juvenile Detention Center of Cook County (JTDC), the Chief Psychiatrist of the JTDC leads Psychiatrists and/or Advance Practice Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC). The Chief Psychiatrist, JTDC has an administrative reporting relationship to the Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health Director and works in partnership with the Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health Director and the Chief Psychologist, JTDC, to direct the delivery of a comprehensive mental health continuum of care including inpatient, residential and outpatient psychiatric care for youth and adolescents, in collaboration with a team of motivated mental health professionals. The Chief Psychiatrist, JTDC has an indirect report to the Director of Psychiatry Services for Cook County Health & Hospitals System (CCHHS) with regard to clinical supervision. The successful candidate would be hired by Cook County Health and Hospital System, with the benefits available in that system if working at JTDC full time or 75% or more. The salary is competitive.  Please contact:

Andrea Gibson
Director of Project Management and Operational Excellence
Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Email:  Amgibson@cookcountyhhs.org
Phone: (312) 864-0953

Psychiatrist (remote)
Genoa Telepsychiatry 
Overview: Genoa Telepsychiatry is the largest outpatient telepsychiatry provider with a clinic presence in over 30 states. We work closely with providers to understand their practice style / preferences and find them the right telepsychiatry opportunity.

We are actively seeking an Illinois licensed psychiatrist who has experience with children and adolescents and outpatient settings for a telepsychiatry position with an Illinois-based clinic partner.

Providers will be supported by a full on-site team including case managers, therapists, nurses, and often Genoa pharmacists at an onsite pharmacy.

Position Details:
● Deliver outpatient psychiatric care via our HIPAA-compliant, web-based video platform to community hospital in Illinois; providers can be located anywhere in the U.S.
● Ability to work at least 4 hours/week; coverage opportunities are typically Monday-Friday (8 am-5 pm)
● No telepsych experience required; comfortable with technology and willingness to learn required
● Genoa will compensate you directly at a rate of $150-160/hr, regardless of patient noshows
● Genoa will enroll you in and cover the cost of malpractice
● Experience with children and adolescents required
● Board certified MD or DO required

Apply online: https://goo.gl/oyvBAB
Email: physicians@genoatelepsychiatry.com 

Thresholds, Chicago, IL
Thresholds, Illinois’ oldest and largest provider of mental health services, is seeking a part-time psychiatrist for two new programs serving older youth and young adults, which will open soon in the western suburbs of Chicago. The position is 4-5 hours a week for the first year, going up to around 7 or 8 hours after that. Our new MindStrong program will provide state-of-the-art services to youth and young adults who are experiencing a First Episode of psychosis, based on the most recent research showing positive long-term outcomes with early intervention in psychosis. The second program, Emerge West, will also serve older youth and young adults with mental health diagnoses, and will build on the model of our successful and groundbreaking outreach service team for this population in Chicago.
Part Time Psychiatrist
Thresholds, Chicago, IL
Thresholds is also seeking a part time psychiatrist, four hours per week, for our original Emerge program, located on the north side of Chicago, starting July 1. The psychiatrists will be part of a multidisciplinary team which will also provide specialized assessment, care coordination, individual therapy and support, family psychoeducation and multi-family groups, supported employment and education, and community education and outreach. This is an opportunity to join us in learning and implementing nationally recognized best and promising practices, including the newest information about successful prescribing standards for the first episode population. Child and Adolescent Board Certified strongly preferred.

Contact Steve Weinstein MD at steve.weinstein@thresholds.org, if interested. 

For more information, please contact ICCAP at info@iccap.org.