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    Specialty: Psychiatry (2016-106)

    Location: Mountain View, CA
    (Palo Alto Medical Foundation)

    Opportunity Information
    The Palo Alto Medical Foundation is seeking a BC/BE Adult Psychiatrist to join a growing team of physicians, nurse practitioners, and psychotherapists. Responsibilities include direct patient care and consultation with non-psychiatrist physicians.

    The ideal candidate should have willingness to work with both adult and geriatric patients. This is a full time (1.0 FTE) position. Call is on average one in twelve.

    This position will provide an ideal opportunity for a physician that would like to advance the practice within the community it will serve.

    Shareholder track positions offer a very competitive salary guarantee plus incentive and generous benefit package leading toward full partnership following two to two and a half years of employment.

    Community Information
    Mountain View is located less than 40 miles from San
    Francisco and 36 miles from Santa Cruz. The city was named
    because of the spectacular view of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
    Historically the town began as a stage stop on the route
    between San Francisco and San Jose known today as El Camino
    Real (Avenue of the Missions).
    The city is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley.
    Downtown contains 4 blocks of restaurants and shops that
    house all cuisines and many different shopping experiences.
    Castro Street is a pedestrian friendly downtown area.
    Entertainment is part of the Mountain View culture. You can
    find many attractions such as the Shoreline Amphitheatre
    Park, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts and the
    Computer History Museum.
    Enjoy a bike ride or a walk on the newly constructed Stevens
    Creek Trail or for the thrill seekers, Great America
    Amusement Park is minutes away.
    Mountain View is also home to our new Medical Facility, a
    250,000 square-foot, three story outpatient center which
    houses primary and specialty physician services. It also
    features a state-of-the-art outpatient Surgicenter and
    Urgent Care center.

    Links to more community information

    For more information contact

    Palo Alto Medical Foundation
    Physician Resources Recruitment Department

    Phone: 650-934-3582

    Fax: 650-691-6193

    No placement agencies, please.
    EEO - Equal Employment Opportunity

    Specialty: Psychiatry

    Location: Sacramento, CA
    (Sutter Center for Psychiatry)

    Opportunity Information
    Sutter Center for Psychiatry, the only not-for-profit psychiatric hospital in the Sacramento region, is part of the largest integrative health care system in Northern California.

    We are interested in adding the best and the brightest to our stellar physician team. As friendly and collegial work atmosphere is valued, there is minimal physician turnover, but with the expansion of our services, we have new opportunities for select individuals. As the hospital and physicians are partnered to provide the highest standards of care, our physicians are supported through strong multi-disciplinary team support. As an independent practitioner, physicians have maximal control over work scheduling which provides unmatched work-life balance. For motivated individuals with leadership potential, there are opportunities for advancement including medical directorships.

    We provide services for children and adults including:
    -Acute Inpatient Services
    -Partial Hospital Program
    -Intensive Outpatient Program
    -Consultation-Liaison Services
    We also provide interventional procedures including:
    -Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
    -Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy (VNS)
    -Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS in development)

    For more information about Sutter Center for Psychiatry, please click here.

    Community Information
    Sacramento, the state capital of California, is the core cultural and economic engine of a four-county metropolitan area exceeding 2.1 million residents. Sacramento is the seventh most populous city in California. Greater Sacramento has been cited as one of the five most livable regions in America.

    The city offers a wealth of cultural diversity and ample activities, including museums, parks and historical sites. Sacramento has close access to fabulous lakes and rivers, snow sports and beautiful trails for running, hiking, biking, etc. Whether it is honoring its Gold Rush beginnings in Old Sacramento or cheering on its professional basketball team, the Sacramento Kings, or its minor league baseball club, the Sacramento River Cats, the city celebrates its past and present.

    Centrally located, it is an hour and a half from the mountains of Lake Tahoe or the bay of San Francisco. For the wine connoisseur, scenic Napa Valley is just a short drive away.

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    For more information contact

    Joe J. Sharpe, Director of Access and Community Outreach, 916-386-3633
    Anna McGuire, Administrative Assistant, 916-386-3008