Children’s Minnesota, the 10th largest Children’s Hospital in North America is looking for a clinician to join our Behavioral Services Program. Each year, we care for more than 17,000 children and adolescents in our behavioral services program. Our team of psychologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, nurse practitioners and social workers is experienced in treating the special needs of children. And we focus on treatments that have been proven effective through research. Our clinicians are trained and experienced in using the most current diagnostic tools and interventions.
This full time position will include approximately half time consultation/liaison and half time outpatient child and adolescent psychiatry. Primary responsibilities include leading a consultation team to provide consultative services to pediatric providers throughout Children’s inpatient and outpatient services. The consultation/liaison service will be a new program and the outpatient service will be an expansion to a new campus so the opportunity to help develop these programs is available.
The candidate should be board eligible/certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Possess Strong clinical skills in treating children and adolescents, including diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, and medication management. The Ability to work independently, take initiative and make decisions based on sound judgment. Have familiarity with consultation liaison child psychiatry and good communication skills with pediatricians. Lastly, demonstrated ability to collaborate, coordinate and consult with other clinicians including physicians, social workers, and psychologists.
Children’s of Minnesota champions the health needs of children and families and aspires to be every family’s essential partner in raising healthier children. Our values reflect the behaviors that are truly important to us as an organization: Kids First; Listen, Really Listen; Own Outcomes; Join Together and Be Remarkable.
If interested, please submit a cover letter and CV to Ryan Berreth.
Ryan Berreth, FASPR
Children’s Minnesota Physician Recruitment