We are seeking a Board Certified Child Psychiatrist to deliver direct medical services as well as provide oversight to our team of Psychiatrists and Advanced Practice Nurses and Fellows of NEOMED’s Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program. In addition, the Medical Director will consult with other agency professionals who deliver counseling services in our offices, childcare centers, schools, physicians’ offices and clients’ homes while also representing the agency at various board, community and state meetings/activities and at NEOMED and Akron Children’s Hospital, a nationally recognized pediatric medical center.
This full time positon consists of 25% administrative duties and 75% clinical care. An option also exists for only the Medical Director portion at 10 hours per week.
Serves as Medical Director for the organization while supervising staff.
Provides medical leadership, psychiatric in-service training/staff development and community representation of the agency.
Represents CG&FS in board/community/state activities as required.
Participates on committees.
Provides case reviews and emergency service backup for crisis intervention staff.
Participates in the development of policies and procedures regarding medical service and medical components of activities including teaching, speaking, research, service evaluation and quality assurance.
Holds responsibility for medical staff's attainment of productivity goals.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 001
About Child Guidance &Family Solutions
Child Guidance & Family Solutions (CGFS) is a large, nonprofit, community-based provider of emotional, mental and behavioral health services and specialty programs for primarily children and adolescents. Founded in 1939, our vision is to create a vibrant community of healthy individuals and families achieving their fullest potential. With five offices in Akron, Barberton, Cuyahoga Falls and Twinsburg, OH for clinical care delivery, we also partner with pediatric practices to provide telepsychiatry services. In addition we operate the State’s initial first episode psychosis program (FIRST), providing coordinated specialty care to transition-aged youth and young adults diagnosed with schizophrenia in partnership with the BeST Center at the Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).