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Spokane Regional Health District


1101 W College Ave
Spokane, WA 99201

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Job Category: Healthcare

Employment: Part Time



Benefits: Full medical, dental, retirement, paid holidays, sick pay, and much more!

Listing Expires: March 31, 2019

Job Description:

This position is .50 FTE - 20 hours a week.

The Psychiatrist's responsibilities include oversight for all aspects of medical care administered to individuals while being treated for opioid dependency under the direction of the Medical Director. Admits and discharges individuals and develop or approve all medical protocols. He/She will recommend innovative medical program developments and implement where applicable, reasonable and clinically sound using current best practice protocols. Provide Individuals evaluation of and prescription for opioid addition and adjust appropriate opioid replacement medications as indicated (Methadone, Buprenorphine, Buprenorphine and Naloxone or Naltrexone) and complete associated documentation.

The Treatment Services Physician is a key member of the Treatment Team of SRHD Treatment Services. Major functions include the medical oversight of treatment planning and care delivery for opioid addiction and mental health services. The goals and objectives of the position are focused on ensuring an efficient system by which quality of health standards are guaranteed to all patients by providers. The nature of this position is fast-paced in high-stress situations and conditions.

Required Education/Experience:
•Medical degree from an accredited university and completion of an accredited Residency Program in Psychiatry, Internal Medicine or other specialty
•Minimum six months of experience working with individuals with issues of addiction

Required Licenses & Certifications:
•Current and valid license to practice medicine in the State of Washington; U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Substance Registration certificate (DEA); Board Eligible; and Schedule II and below prescriptive authority from the State of Washington

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