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Hennepin County Medical Center currently has a 1.0 FTE (80 hrs/ppd) position for a Neuropsychologist (Senior Clinical Psychologist level) in our Neuropsychology Department. The ideal candidate will be an experienced, doctoral level neuropsychologist with background in the evaluation and treatment of adults with a variety of neurological and medical disorders.  Experience working with primary care providers is desirable.  The neuropsychologist in this position will be part of a large (10 clinical psychologists and five neuropsychologists) and growing psychology/neuropsychology department.  There will be opportunities for teaching and supervision in our APA accredited internship training program.

Qualifications: 

Minimum Education/Work experience  

  • Doctoral degree in psychology obtained from an APA-approved program with appropriate clinical training AND
  • Completion of an APA approved internship AND
  • One or more years of supervised post-doctoral experience as a neuropsychologist in a medical or related setting AND
  • Training appropriate to the area of specialization is required.
  • Post-doctoral training and experience in Neuropsychology, including board-certified or board eligible in Clinical Neuropsychology (ABPP), is highly desired. 

Licensure

  • Certified (or eligible for certification) as a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Minnesota. Candidates completing their postdoctoral experience will be considered at the Clinical Psychologist level. 

Specific job activities and accountabilities include:

  • Conduct diagnostic and neuropsychological assessments of clients to identify diagnosis, determine client needs, and assist in development of treatment goals and plans.
  • Administer, score, and interpret psychological and neuropsychological tests, and write comprehensive reports of neurocognitive functions, intelligence, and other test findings.
  • Provide mental health therapy or cognitive rehabilitation (e.g., individual, group, and/or family) to adults and/or the elderly, as appropriate.
  • Record patient progress notes and attendance.
  • Work in a multidisciplinary team setting, with participation in regularly scheduled rounds and other communications with members of an outpatient rehabilitation team, to integrate findings for treatment planning.
  • Provide consultation on diagnosis, treatment, and other neuropsychological issues to medical and mental health professionals, government agencies, community organization, and/or schools.
  • Supervise and train entry-level clinical/neuropsychologists, graduate students, and/or resident physicians.
  • Supervise, review and approve diagnostic evaluations, treatment plans, and progress notes compiled by non-licensed psychologists and graduate students as appropriate.
  • Assist in maintaining standards for clinic accreditation by health management organizations, internship program accreditation by the American Psychological Association, and state licensure.
  • Complete necessary documentation to bill health management organizations and other payers for client services.
  • Provide court testimony pertaining to neuropsychological assessments of clients.
  • Develop and participate in clinical research projects as needed.
  • Perform other related duties.
For more information and to apply online, please log on to:  www.hcmc.org

Pediatric Neuropsychologist - LUMC

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Section of Psychology at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine is seeking an experienced board certified/board eligible Pediatric Neuropsychologist at the rank of Associate Professor on the clinical or tenure track.  Responsibilities include inpatient consultation and outpatient assessment service at the Loyola University Medical Center, as well as continued development of clinical collaboration with Child Psychology, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Developmental Pediatrics, as well as teaching/supervision in the Psychology Training Program and teaching of medical students and residents.

The successful candidate will have medical-center experience with evaluation of
children, adolescents, and emerging adults with developmental, medical, or neurologic problems. Opportunities are available for collaborative research.  Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, current license to practice in Illinois, APA or CPA accredited internship, postdoctoral specialty training and medical-center experience in pediatric clinical neuropsychology, certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Neuropsychology.

Interested applicants should address cover letter and CV to Murali Rao, MD, Chairman, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences and email to mpencyla@lumc.edu

Loyola is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer/educator with a strong commitment to diversifying its faculty.

LoyolaMedicine.org

 

Full Time Pediatric Position in West Palm Beach, FL

Palm Beach Children’s Hospital/St. Mary’s Medical Center

Palm Beach NeuroScience Institute

West Palm Beach, Florida

 

St. Mary’s Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital are licensed as a 464-bed acute care hospital with 217 acute care beds, 45 NICU beds, 84 Pediatric beds (including a 14-bed PICU), 68 OB beds, 40 adult psychiatric beds, and 50 acute inpatient Rehabilitation beds. St. Mary’s has served Palm Beach County and patients from a nine county region for over 76 years. SMMC is located in West Palm Beach at the hub of a 100-acre medical campus. St. Mary’s offers an extensive range of specialty and subspecialty health services for neonates, infants, children and adults. These services include a Level I Trauma Center, state-designated Pediatric Trauma Referral Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center and state-designated Brain and Spinal Cord Acute Injury Center. Additional services include the Neuroscience Center, a high-risk Obstetrical Unit with a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a state-designated Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Center, an Institute for Advanced Orthopedics including the Paley Institute for specialized limb reconstruction, Rehabilitation Institute, Memory Disorder Center, Kaplan Cancer Center, Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, Schwartz Kidney Dialysis Center and Institute for Mental Health.

Pediatric services are provided by Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary’s Medical Center, the only dedicated children’s hospital between Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando. Along with 24/7 dedicated pediatric emergency and trauma care, Palm Beach Children’s Hospital’s medical staff consists of 196 pediatricians in 36 subspecialties. These include limb reconstruction and lengthening at the Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute, adolescent bariatrics, pediatric cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, including the congenital heart surgery program, pediatric oncology program, pediatric neurosurgery and pediatric orthopedics. In addition, in-house pediatric intensivists work with area pediatricians to care for children while staying at Palm Beach Children’s Hospital.  Palm Beach Children’s Hospital is a proud member of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG), a clinical trials group supported by the National Cancer Institute and Children’s Hospital Association (CHA, formerly NAHCRI), a national network resource for pediatric data and analytics driving improved clinical and operational performance among its member hospitals.

 

Palm Beach Neuroscience Institute is an outpatient facility that includes a multi-disciplinary team working closely with referring physicians to deliver exceptional diagnostic services and patient care. There are dedicated, highly skilled interventional neurologists, neurologists, adult and pediatric neurosurgeons, adult and pediatric neuropsychologists, neurophysiologist, vascular neurologist, physical medicine/rehabilitation specialist, cardiologist and internal medicine physicians on-staff at PBNI. The team has more than 60 years of combined experience, allowing them to manage the most challenging of cases. They utilize advanced protocols and equipment to both diagnose and treat a wide variety of neurological conditions.

 

Position summary:  The psychologist position will include both inpatient and outpatient responsibilities; however, the position will primarily involve inpatient consultation-liaison services. Presenting issues are broad and span the domains of pediatric psychology, clinical health psychology, and child and adolescent clinical psychology. The psychologist will see a variety of patients primarily on the PICU, general medical floors, and oncology floors. Typical patient diagnoses include serious chronic illnesses (e. g., cancer/blood disorders, acute and chronic pain, feeding/eating issues, G/I complaints, endocrine-related disorders, or transplant related issues),  other disorders such as conversion disorder, developmental concerns, mood related issues, and ingestions/suicide attempts. The psychologist will provide individual and family intervention/support. Further, the psychologist will facilitate school re-entry if needed and participate in inpatient care conferences as part of their collaborative work with members of the interdisciplinary medical team. This candidate will possess the ability to build upon established services in psychology and work as a collaborative member of the interdisciplinary medical team.

 

Salary: is competitive, and a strong benefits package and annual funds for continuing education activities are provided. Further, St. Mary’s provides psychologists with full medical staff membership.   

 

Desirable Qualifications:

-Advanced clinical experience within a hospital setting, particularly in the PICU and/or general medical floors, and/or experience in outpatient medical clinics (e.g., integrated primary care, pulmonary/cystic fibrosis, cleft palate, limb lengthening, bariatric, etc).

- Ability to work as a team player in a transdisciplinary and collaborative clinical setting

Requirements:

-Successful completion of an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D)

-  Successful completion of an APA-approved internship

- Either postdoctoral fellowship training in pediatric clinical health psychology or 3 – 4 years of experience in an inpatient medical hospital setting.

-  Requirements meeting guidelines of APA Division 54

- The candidate will need to be licensed or license eligible in the state of Florida.

-  Requirements meeting guidelines of APA Division 54

- The candidate will need to be licensed or license eligible in the state of Florida.

 

To inquire further about this position, please forward a CV and cover letter to Lane Mitnick, Florida Region Physician Recruiter, Tenet Hospital System

 

 

 

Pediatric Neuropsychologist

Pediatric Neuropsychologist

Randall Children’s Hospital

Portland, Oregon

Randall Children’s Hospital is actively recruiting a Pediatric Neuropsychologist for the Pediatric Rehabilitation team in the only inpatient program in Portland.  This position's primary focus is an interdisciplinary team approach in an inpatient rehabilitation setting, working with children and teens with conditions such as traumatic brain injury, neurological impairment, and amplified pain and somatic system/associated disorders. 

Candidates must have Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology with specialized post-doctoral training in neuropsychology.  Pediatric experience either during the post-doctoral period or previous employment required. Preference given to persons who have completed a formal hospital-based two-year post-doctoral training program. Responsibilities within this role include: psychological and neuropsychological assessment, psychological support/therapy, family support, behavior management and psycho-education.  Oregon licensure as a psychologist by the applicable State Board of Psychologist Examiners and medical staff privileges are required to begin employment. 

Randall Children’s Hospital is a regional leader in children's development and rehabilitation, providing services to children in the inpatient and outpatient settings. We treat all ages, from the youngest babies — even those born prematurely — through teens up to 18 years old.  Our integrated and dedicated team of Pediatric Physiatrists, Developmental Pediatricians, Neuropsychologists, Social Workers, PTs, OTs, and SLPs help children gain new skills and abilities that they are not able to learn on their own and/or help children return to their previous functional status.

Our staff understands that children have different needs than adults, and all of our professionals are fully licensed and specially trained in pediatrics. We've designed our facilities for babies, children and their families, with kid-friendly waiting rooms and size-appropriate equipment with the most advanced technology.

We strongly believe in family-centered care and value input from parents. We believe that parents are our partners in their child's care, and we willingly incorporate caregivers' goals into treatment sessions. We involve the whole family in all phases of care to help their child realize their fullest potential. Our goal is always to promote high-quality service and a wide range of integrated care for children with special needs and their families.   Randall Children’s Hospital is seen as a national leader in the future of medicine with a strong commitment to population health, family centered care, equality in care without regard to ability to pay.

Portland is a beautiful, sophisticated, and progressive city nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains in the verdant Willamette River Valley.  

As we consider qualified candidates, we are committed to building a culture that values diversity and is reflective of those for whom we care.

Please visit our website www.legacyhealth.org for an application.  You can apply for position number 15-0644.  You can attach a CV to the application.  For additional information on this position, please contact Vicki Owen at 866-888-4428, ext. 6 or vowen@lhs.org.

Neuropsychologist Opportunity

Neuropsychologist Opportunity

Geisinger Health System is seeking a full-time B/C Neuropsychologist for the Neuropsychology Section, Division of Psychiatry at Geisinger Medical Center, located in Danville, PA.

The Neuropsychology Section handles outpatient referrals across a full array of medical, neurologic and psychiatric conditions and provides inpatient and outpatient neuropsychological evaluations and consultations to a large community practice network as well as various specialty medical services, including Trauma Surgery, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Psychiatry, Medicine, and Cardiology. The Neuropsychology Section also sponsors a Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Residency Program, and there will also be teaching opportunities within the newly developing Psychiatry Residency program. Research opportunities are also available.

The current opening will largely involve being the lead neuropsychologist for the Aging Brain Program in conjunction with the Department of Neurology. The Neuropsychologist will take part in an interdisciplinary team, contributing to comprehensive assessments and management of geriatric patients with concerns for neurocognitive disorders.

Geisinger Health System is an integrated health services organization widely recognized for its innovative use of the electronic health record, and the development of innovative care models such as ProvenHealth Navigator® and ProvenCare®. As one of the nation’s largest rural health services organizations, Geisinger serves more than 3 million residents throughout 48 counties in central, south-central and northeast Pennsylvania. The physician-led system is comprised of approximately 23,500 employees, including a 1,200-member multi-specialty group practice, nine hospital campuses, two research centers and a 467,000-member health plan, all of which leverage an estimated $7.7 billion positive impact on the Pennsylvania economy. The health system and the health plan have repeatedly garnered national accolades for integration, quality and service. In addition to fulfilling its patient care mission, Geisinger has a long-standing commitment to medical education, research and community service.

Discover for yourself why Geisinger has been nationally recognized as a visionary model of integrated healthcare. For more information, please contact: Bradley Wilson, PhD, ABN c/o Jocelyn Heid, Manager, Professional Staffing, at 570.214.6117 or jheid1@geisinger.edu.



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Neuropsychologist Opportunity in NY

Spectrum Healthcare Resources has an opportunity for a civilian Neuropsychologist at Ft. Drum near Watertown, NY. This contract position offers: 

  • Monday-Friday; 7:30-4:30
  • No nights, weekends or holidays
  • Malpractice covered by Federal Torte
  • TBI clinic
  • Benefits offered including Health, Vision, 401K and PTO

 The Neuropsychologist will have the following requirements: 

  • Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from APA accredited program
  • Neuropsychological Fellowship
  • Any State license
  • 2 years of experience
  • BLS  

Company Overview:

Spectrum Healthcare Resources (SHR) was established in 1988 to deliver systems and processes designed to meet the unique needs of Military and VA Health Systems.  SHR is a leading organization that provides physician and clinical staffing and management services to United States Military Treatment Facilities, VA clinics and other Federal Agencies through various contracting vehicles.  A Joint Commission Certified Health Care Staffing Services firm, SHR is the federal staffing division of TeamHealth, a Nationwide organization that serves approximately 730 civilian and military hospitals with a team of 7,100 affiliated health care professionals.

Contact Information:
For more information regarding the Neuropsychologist position, please contact:
Al Lenzini
Phone: 800.325.3982 x4145
Fax: 866.204.2337
Al_Lenzini@spectrumhealth.com
www.spectrumhealth.com


Clinical Neuropsychologist

The University of Kansas Hospital has an opening for a clinical neuropsychologist in the department of neuropsychology within the hospital’s neuroscience division. The primary responsibilities of the position are clinical, with the major activity being neuropsychological evaluation/consultation with adult patients. Patients are referred for a wide range of diagnoses including memory disorders, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, tumor, and cerebrovascular disease among others. Although the primary activities are clinical, there are opportunities for involvement in collaborative research and in clinical training of graduate students.  The neuropsychologist would join an established and expanding department that currently has two neuropsychologists, psychometricians, and administrative support.

 

This is a newly created full-time position and would be ideal for an early career neuropsychologist. Applicants must be eligible for board certification in clinical neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology and would be expected to obtain ABPP/CN board certification within a reasonable time from the date of hire.

 

The University of Kansas Hospital offers an academic medical center setting that has targeted neuroscience as a primary area for growth. The position offers a competitive salary and benefits. The Kansas City area is graced by many beautiful fountains and parks and has many advantages of a larger metropolitan area including the recently completed Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, professional and major college sports, restaurants (from fine dining to word-famous barbecue), shopping, and a healthy local art and music community. We have the advantage of four distinct seasons, with relatively mild winters. Housing is quite affordable compared to similarly sized cities, traffic is relatively light, and there are excellent school districts within a short distance of the hospital/medical center campus.

 

Interested individuals should forward a CV to eecklund-johnson@kumc.edu and complete a job application through the hospital website:

 

https://www.healthcaresource.com/kumed/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=101276

 

or use this link, click on job listings, and scroll down to the ad for clinical neuropsychologist:

 

http://www.kumed.com/careers

Pediatric Neuropsychologist

The Achieve Center, Wausau WI, seeks a Pediatric Neuropsychologist to join a clinical team of pediatric specialists which includes Louis Rossetti, PhD. The position is dynamic offering a range of clinical opportunities inpatient and in clinic, instruction, and research. NICU and early childhood experience highly desirable.

Professional development encouraged and supported.
Excellent working environment and collegial atmosphere.
Competitive salary and benefits. Permanent full time.

To apply, send letter of application and curriculum vita to:
Achieve Center
ATTN: Carol Wesley
520 North 28th Avenue, Suite 200
Wausau, Wisconsin 54401
 

Clinical Neuropsychologist Opportunity in Cedar Rapids, IA

Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is seeking a full-time Clinical Neuropsychologist. Mercy is a 445 total bed, award-winning hospital that has been established for more than 100 years. Join a well-qualified, collegial team of behavioral health providers in a thriving practice. Specifics of the job include:

  • Diagnostic testing/interpretation and neurobehavioral status examinations in an outpatient clinic setting
  • Time allotted (approximately 10%) for family and individual therapy sessions
  • Assist in providing inpatient diagnostic evaluations, assessments and mental status evaluations as needed by physicians on the medical floors (average of 5-10 consults monthly)
  • Work closely with the memory clinic, neurologists, rehabilitation professionals and other medical providers
  • Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package are offered
  • Typical schedule is Monday-Friday; 8a to 5p

Requirements:

  • Doctorate in Psychology from an APA accredited program (PhD or PsyD) required
  • PhD in Neuropsychology (or in an accredited training program in Neuropsychology), 2 years post-doctoral training in clinical neuropsychology preferred

Interested candidates should contact George Akra, Director of Recruiting, at 800-876-0500 or via e-mail at medcareers@merritthawkins.com. Please reference NPH-8654 on all correspondence.