Bartlett Regional Hospital is seeking a full-time or part-time child psychiatrist.
Bartlett Outpatient Psychiatric Services (BOPS) is an integrated multi-disciplinary clinic with adult and child psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, clinical therapists and community navigators serving adults, children and families. We offer an outpatient level of care as well as Crisis Intervention Services. We have recently added a neuropsychologist, and in the coming months will be adding a part-time pediatrician, starting an ABA clinic, and opening an 8 bed crisis stabilization facility which will serve children and adults.
The psychiatrist is supported by a full administrative staff as well as nursing and medical assistants.
Due to COVID-19, most services are delivered via telehealth, though in person appointments are offered when appropriate. Some on-call coverage of the inpatient psychiatric and addiction medicine service may be required.
Juneau is a thriving and close-knit community in a beautiful Southeast Alaska setting. Working at Bartlett Regional Hospital affords the opportunity to support and care for the diverse population of our city as well as the many visitors we receive each year from around the world.
Work schedules are flexible and contract lengths are negotiable between 1 to 3 year terms. For more information, please contact Dr. Joanne Gartenberg at 907-796-8895.
Bartlett Regional Hospital is also seeking Psychiatrists for our Outpatient, Inpatient and Addiction Services - visit https://www.bartletthospital.org/join-us/career-opportunities for more on those opportunities!
To ensure our hospital provides the safest environment for our patients and staff, all newly hired employees must provide evidence of being fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. If you are interested in becoming vaccinated, are partially vaccinated, or would like to request an exemption for religious or medical reasons, please contact the Human Resources Office for more information.
All new employees are required to produce a negative drug screen prior to start of employment.