Permanent Psychiatry Job Grand Rapids, MI
- General Psychiatrist needed in MI
- Full time
- Employed or independent contractor options
- In-patient and PHP settings
- Adult and Adolescent (13-17) case load average 15-20 per day
- Includes 2-3 admissions; weeknight call of 1 night per week of telephone call,
- Weekend call rotation of 1:6 rounding in house and telephone-ave weekend census 25-35 day.
- Will have NP support to round on weekends;
- Employed offers full benefits package, and malpractice insurance.
One of The New York Times 52 Places to Go in 2016 Opens a New Window. The #1 U.S. travel destination in 2014. Beer City USA. Home to one of the globe's top five festivals. Grand Rapids, Michigan is all of this and so much more - a city that will constantly surprise and delight you with authentic and unforgettable world-class experiences made easy, affordable and friendly.
Whether you are a meeting planner or a visitor, Grand Rapids exceeds expectations in every way, in the quantity and quality of our activities and attractions, in the warmth of our hospitality and in the power of our innovation. Grand Rapids offers all the big-city excitement with the small-town sense of community pride and closeness which brings all residents together for grand events such as ArtPrize, Restaurant Week, Cool Brews. Hot Eats. and more.
- Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan with a population of about 192,000 in the city and about a million in the Metro Grand Rapids area.
- Grand Rapids is located on the banks of the Grand River that winds its way through downtown.
- Grand Rapids gets its name from the Grand River and the rapids that used to help the local furniture industry with the transport of logs.
- Grand Rapids is only 25 miles east of Lake Michigan and the lakeshore communities of Holland, Muskegon and Grand Haven.
Originally occupied 2,000 years ago by Hopewell Indians, the Grand River Valley also was inhabited by Ottawa Indians in the early 1700s. Later, Kent County was settled by European immigrants (beginning with fur traders, who set up trading posts along the Grand River) in the 1820s and became self-governing in 1836. The county is named after James Kent, attorney and author of "Commentaries on American Law." Grand Rapids became a village in 1838 and a city in 1850. Grand Rapids was a center for craftsmen, carpenters and woodworkers during the lumber boom of the 1880s, and became known as "America's Furniture Capital." At the height of the lumber boom, Grand Rapids was home to 44 furniture companies. Gerald R. Ford, 38th president of the United States, was raised in Grand Rapids and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is located here. The burial site for Gerald and Betty Ford is located on the Museum grounds. The Ford Museum was most recently updated in 2016 with the addition of an education center and renovation of the exhibits.
Contact: Neal Fenster
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