PrairieCare, a physician-owned psychiatric healthcare system in the Minneapolis/ St. Paul metropolitan area, is recruiting child, adolescent and adult psychiatrists for its Brooklyn Park, Chaska, Edina, Maple Grove, Maplewood, Mankato and Rochester sites. Child/Adolescent clinical duties may include treating youth in inpatient, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, residential and clinic settings. Academic appointment on the adjunct faculty of the University of Minnesota Medical School possible for interested candidates. Call is not required at this time. Reports to Chief Medical Officer. Requires BC/BE in Psychiatry and an unrestricted license to practice medicine in Minnesota.
With multiple sites across Minnesota, PrairieCare is rapidly growing and boasts one of the region’s largest groups of psychiatric physicians with ample opportunities for growth and leadership. Our organization is focused on offering dedicated clinicians the opportunity to practice high-quality psychiatric care in a supportive, team-based group practice.
The Twin Cities metro area has approximately 3.5 million people, over thirty institutions of higher learning, an outstanding K-12 school system, multiple professional sports teams and a thriving fine arts community. Minnesota has four beautiful seasons and is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest states with some of the most enjoyable amenities. No matter your interests, Minnesota provides ample opportunity to grow and thrive in your community.
PrairieCare provides an excellent compensation and benefits package. View us online at www.prairie-care.com.
Send CV and letter of interest to: Kait Semon, Medical Staff Coordinator; PrairieCare; 9400 Zane Ave N; Brooklyn Park, MN 55443; or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No recruitment or staffing agencies, please.
BC/BE in Psychiatry
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PrairieCare is a physician-owned and operated psychiatric healthcare system enjoying rapid growth in Minnesota. With multiple sites in the state, PrairieCare has one of the largest child/adolescent psychiatry group practices in the upper Midwest. The Twin Cities has approximately 3.5 million people, over thirty institutions of higher learning, an outstanding K-12 school system, multiple professional sports teams and a thriving fine arts community.