Now Hiring! Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist for VA and DC offices

Now Hiring! Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist for VA and DC offices

Seeking a part time, licensed, child and adolescent psychiatrist to serve both our DC and our Northern VA offices.  The applicant should be well versed in working with children with anxiety, depression, ADHD, learning disabilities and behavioral issues.  To service the child/adolescent population, a significant amount of part-time work would take place during non-school hours.  There is also potential for more hours if interested, especially if working with adults is also an interest.

The Ross Center is an established fee for service practice with two offices in the Washington, DC metro area, as well as an office in Manhattan, serving all ages of patients with a wide array of psychiatric and psychological diagnoses.  There is a large referral base already established with local schools and doctors’ offices, which provides the potential for full-time hours if desired.  Staff at the center includes full-time and part-time psychologists and psychiatrists with expertise in a variety of areas.  Clients are frequently served by both our psychologists and psychiatrists, which offers clients a more collaborative approach to treatment. The center also employs full time administrative staff who are responsible for scheduling and billing along with other services to both providers and patients.

The Ross Center is committed to supporting diversity among its staff and clients. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our practice and provide optimal care. We strongly encourage candidates to apply who will enrich The Ross Center’s culturally inclusive environment and services, including those with training and experience providing evidenced-based treatment to diverse populations.

Interested parties should send a CV and two letters of recommendation to the Medical Director, Dr. Beth Salcedo, at bsalcedo@rosscenter.com.

 

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