Chair, Department of Psychiatry
Located on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix seeks an outstanding physician-scholar/researcher, educator and administrator to serve as its next Chair, Department of Psychiatry. This is a unique opportunity to lead and build a strong academic department with a mature GME residency program and to develop focused programs of distinction.
The Chair will provide strategic and tactical leadership for all aspects of the Department of Psychiatry within the College of Medicine - Phoenix and provide oversight of the psychiatric clinical services (Inpatient Psychiatric Unit and Outpatient Services) on the Banner - University Medicine Center Phoenix campus. The Chair will work collaboratively with the leaders of the College of Medicine and Banner University Medicine Division to build on the department’s existing strengths in educational, research and clinical programs and to achieve excellence and distinction in key strategic areas. The chair will work with Banner Behavior Health facilities in our community delivery division to enhance delivery of high-quality psychiatric care.
Reporting to the dean of the College of Medicine – Phoenix for academic and research programs with matrix reporting to the Physician Executive/Chief Clinical Service Officer at Banner University Medicine– Phoenix for clinical programs, the Chair is responsible for residency programs, fellowships and undergraduate medical education activities, the department’s research portfolio and the department’s clinical activities, including the delivery of high quality and cost-effective care.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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