BC Children’s Hospital,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Infant Psychiatry Clinic
Regular Part Time 0.60 FTE Position
As an experienced and licensed Clinical Psychiatrist, you will use your advanced knowledge and expertise in the mental health treatment of children to provide outpatient psychiatric care to young children and their families. You will bring expertise in psychiatric assessment, testing and interpretation to this critical role, where you will be a key member of a multidisciplinary assessment team comprised of school teachers, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, nurses, family counselors and social workers. Along with the assessment team, you will meet with patients referred to the program and their families to establish the best treatment plan for each child and to identify any additional needs or evaluations required for a full range of conditions including ASD, ADHD, anxiety disorder, attachment disturbances, behaviours problems, developmental delays, mood disturbances and regulatory difficulties.
Eating Disorders Program
Two Regular Part-Time 0.80 FTE Positions
Compassionate, flexible and highly knowledgeable in the mental health treatment of children and adolescents suffering from eating disorders, you will act as a key member of the multidisciplinary Eating Disorder Program team providing psychiatric care to patients attending the Eating Disorders Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Programs at BC Children’s Hospital. An experienced and licensed Psychiatrist, you bring expertise in psychiatric assessment, testing and interpretation to this critical role. Participating in the treatment of children and adolescents suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and related eating disorders, you will provide comprehensive care and treatment options to the patients and their families.
Housed in a purpose built Mental Health Building at BC Children’s Hospital, the Eating Disorders Program, part of a Provincial tertiary care network, offers an Eating Disorder Resource Centre, along with 14 inpatient beds and 6 day treatment places. Our large outpatient service includes 75-85 outpatients who attend one or more of our three weekly clinics. We have recently offered meal support therapy to outpatients.
You will use your extensive hands-on experience and background in treating complex clinical problems to support the ongoing education of our team and further the mental health of children and adolescents within the province of British Columbia. You have a fellowship with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, or equivalent, with a Psychiatric specialty, and are eligible for licensure in British Columbia. Experience and training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is required while further training in eating disorders and/or infant psychiatry would prove invaluable.
Please forward your curriculum vitae or general enquiries in confidence to:
Dr. Jana Davidson
VP Medical Affairs and Psychiatrist-in-Chief
Children’s and Women’s Mental Health and Substance Use Programs
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
PHSA is committed to employment equity and hires on the basis of merit. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals, including Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.
POSTED: Feb 4, 2014
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Prince Edward Island is currently seeking a full-time Child Psychiatrist to provide both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry services. The Physician shall be joining a group of 15 psychiatrists providing provincial services to a popoulation of 146,000 residents. Remuneration is provided with a blended model of payment with base salary range of $200,234 - $231,521 plus additional fees for call-call provision, clinical work incentive bonuses and some fees for service billings. A $40,000 signing bonus attached to a three year commitment is provided as well as a moving expense allowance.
lowest housing costs in the country
short drive to work
low crime rates
Did You Know?
PEI offers the physician a competitive earning capacity as well as a good work-life balance in a prvice that is safe, community-oriented and relaxing. Miles of uncrowded beaches, wide-open spaces and a endless variety of recreationala activities await you in PEI.
POSTED: Feb 4, 2014
Practice For Sale
Senior physician retiring from full, active, and much needed community oriented private practice in child and adolescent psychiatry. Well-established, successful, private referral system complementing Provincial Mental Health Services. Hospital privileges available. Cheerful office in well-maintained, well-situated professional bulding. Excellent part-time staff available, sensible billing support, low overhead. Office shared with child psychiatrist renting space. Willing to assist in transition with option of acquiring ownership of the office. Flexible arrangements possible.
Located in highly desirable Victoria, British Columbia.
Must hold FRCP(C) and eligibility for full specialist registration in BC.