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Date Updated: 12/05/2023
  • Come and join an all-inclusive environment. We make care visible by providing healthcare to diverse cultures & backgrounds.
  • We understand the nature of psychiatric care and offer our Psychiatrists a Monday-Friday schedule, protecting work-life balance
  • Substantial earning potential + student loan repayment incentive up to $50,000
Kansas City, MO 64130

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Kansas City, MO-KS

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Job Description

  • Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 PM
  • Employed
  • New Graduates Welcome to Apply
  • Average patients seen: 20 per day
  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Compensation: Salary Range: $150k to High $250K
  • Benefits:
    - Medical/Dental/Vision
    - 401(k) retirement plan with company match
    - Company-paid benefits such as life insurance, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, and Short- and Long-Term Disability
    - Flexible Spending Account
    - Health Savings Account
    - Paid Days Off beginning at 4 weeks annually, effective the first day of employment
    - Eight annual company-paid holidays; One annual paid personal day
    - Up to $3000 for continuing education expenses
  • Additional Information: Swope Health believes in making care visible. We are an organization committed to the whole person.

    -We cater to all walks of life, including those that are less fortunate or financially disadvantaged
    -Our staff is relatable. We provide empathy and build relationships through patient care

    In our words, this is what healthy feels like.

    As a psychiatrist in our organization, you will be responsible for medication management, specifically responsible for treating patients.

    - Prior experience in a community mental health center preferred.
    - Good written and verbal communication skills.
    - Strong assessment and diagnostic skills, strong working knowledge of DSM-V.
    - Strong working knowledge of current medications and their side effects
    - Must have Kansas and Missouri license because there will be some expansion to KS.