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OhioHealth is seeking a Psychiatry Residency Program Director to join its Medical Education team in Columbus, OH. This full-time opportunity is 0.5 Clinical (Outpatient) / 0.5 Medical Education (Administrative/Teaching). Our innovative and well-established psychiatry residency program has a total complement of 12 residents and offers a robust clinical learning environment.
Enjoy the stability of employment along with highly competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, relocation assistance, and student loan reimbursement. Our generous benefits package is inclusive of time away pay, CME, and wellness offerings to support work life balance.
OhioHealth is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit, charitable regional hospital system located in Central OH and the surrounding areas.
Serving our communities since 1891, we are a family of 35,000 associates, providers and volunteers across a system of 12 hospitals, 200+ ambulatory sites, hospice, home-health, medical equipment and other health services spanning a 47-county area.
We are an inclusive organization that values and builds upon respect and compassionate care for all. As a world class organization, we have been recognized as a:
2021 DiversityInc Top Health System
Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For 14 times
Top 10% of Press Ganey’s Hospital Experience Survey
Experience the vibrant and flourishing city of Columbus, Ohio, the 14th largest city in the United States. This culturally diverse and welcoming city offers unique neighborhoods and lifestyles for all. Columbus has received numerous national accolades such as being ranked No. 8 on the “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by Money magazine and No. 14 nationally on Forbes “America’s Cities of the Future.” Medscape sums it up well: Columbus is No. 5 of America’s “Best Cities for Physicians.” The region’s prestigious educational institutions, high physician compensation, low tax rates, low malpractice payouts, low density of physicians, beautiful landscape, and robust economy convinced Medscape to name Columbus is a top tier city and community for physicians.