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MASC Medical

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Locum Tenens


Job Title

Seeking Psychiatrist


Fort Lauderdale, FL

Company Description

Company Type : Medical Center

Specialty : Psychiatry

Position Status: FT/PT- Flexible / Outpatient - Inpatient

Salary :  $180,000 to $200,000 with potential up to $400,000


Our client offers a competitive compensation package of salary, benefits and more. The group provides flexibility and opportunity for professional and personal growth working with colleague physicians and clinical staff in a structured multidisciplinary treatment setting. Compensation package highlights include: Base salary, benefits of health, vision, dental, etc. insurances; malpractice coverage.

•One Month vacation

•Health, life and disability insurance

•Medical malpractice insurance

•Physician-led medical group

Job Description

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:  Psychiatrists who may be considering making a change in their practice now or in the future – and who seek a better professional / personal life balance and the outstanding quality of life.


Major Responsibilities:

1.Administers direct patient care which includes but is not limited to: initial psychiatric evaluations, diagnostic evaluations, medication evaluations and treatment at more than one program site.

2.Reviews medical history, orders laboratory tests and reviews results.


3.Provide inpatient hospital and intensive outpatient treatment to adults and adolescents with a comprehensive treatment team. Duties will include admission evaluations; treatment planning and treatment team leadership; daily care of assigned patients; and administrative activities related to patient care.

4.Conducts medical examinations necessary in the course of medication monitoring.

5.Provide physician services, assessment, diagnosis, psychiatric treatment regimen, rehabilitation plans, and support services to persons served by the program’s treatment team.

6.Performs other related duties as required.

7.Demonstrates appropriate medication administration.

8.Prepares documentation regarding medications complies with facility and regulatory standards.

9.Composes timely, accurate, and thorough documentation of patient behavior, medical interventions, treatment planning and intervention.



•Medical Degree (M.D. or D.O.)

•Board certified or board eligible (become board certified within 3 years of employment)

•Candidate must have completed a residency in psychiatry and be board eligible.

•Ability to prescribe appropriate medications for the treatment of physical and psychological disorders

•Ability to work successfully in a multidisciplinary environment

•New graduates and experienced professionals welcome to apply


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