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Permanent Psychiatry Job Milwaukee, WI

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Employer Jackson Physician Search

Job Description

Lakeside Wisconsin | IP/OP Psychiatry | Top Pay + Quality of Life

If you have a passion for people, join this team of dedicated and compassionate Psychiatrists offering comprehensive mental health services to this lakeside community in Wisconsin.

  • Practice outpatient Adult Psychiatry, Child/Adolescent or a mix in a community mental health setting
  • Work alongside a tenured and collegial team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Nurse Practitioners, Counselors and dedicated support staff
  • Flexible clinic schedule with 4-day option
  • Formal Child/Adolescent fellowship not required

    Compensation & Benefits:
  • Never-ending 90th percentile base salary guarantee with additional incentive bonus available
  • Retire comfortably with an incredible state pension plan - match up to 6.7%
  • Sign-on bonus, paid relocation, generous PTO package, and annual CME stipend

    Community Details:
  • This beautiful Wisconsin lakeside community is deeply rooted in family values with top notch education full of diversity, art, economic stability.
  • Located on the shores of Lake Winnebago, this community is known for world-class fishing, windsurfing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and boating across all four seasons.
  • Convenient central location offers easy access to Madison and Green Bay and sits less than an hour from the heart of Milwaukee with housing options to suit any lifestyle.
  • A robust downtown offers a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere with shopping, fine dining and entertainment for adults and children of all ages.
  • Wisconsin proudly ranks as a Top 2 State to Practice Medicine, delivering the "Best Health Care Quality in the Country" by the Federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

    For more information, contact:

    Ally Dumas, Search Consultant
    Call/Text: 469-909-6680
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