The Department of Psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center is recruiting a full-time consultation-liaison psychiatrist. The candidate will join the faculty of our interdisciplinary collaborative academic medical center, and supervise and teach residents, medical students and other trainees. This is a full-time position with academic rank and salary commensurate with experience. Completion of a psychosomatic fellowship or combined residency training in internal medicine and psychiatry is desirable.
Rush is a 676 bed tertiary-care hospital with medical, nursing, health care science, and graduate medical colleges. The hospital houses seven intensive care units, advanced interventional cardiac care, neurological intensive care, a cutting-edge epilepsy unit with advanced EEG monitoring, an emergency room designed for mass disaster and bioterrorism, and extensive transplant services. The Consultation Liaison service is an important training site for the hospital and the Department of Psychiatry. The service sees over 5000 consultations a year in a variety of settings throughout the medical center and provides unparalleled clinical and liaison opportunities with patients who have diverse demographic characteristics and medical and psychiatric presentations. Research efforts are encouraged.
Rush University Medical Center is an equal opportunity institution committed to building a diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. Applicants should include a CV and letter of interest and address correspondence to :
Charles Hebert, MD
Director, Psychiatric Consultation-Liaison Service
c/o Kristin Hill
Dr. Hebert (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be at the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine’s Annual Meeting in Austin, TX this November and would be delighted to meet anyone interested in this exciting new position.
Rush is an equal opportunity employer