University of Washington/Fred Hutch Cancer Center
Seattle, Washington, United States
(on-site)
Spotlight Preferred
5 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Work Setting
Clinic
Min Education
M.D.
Position Type
Psychiatrist

Description

The University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center Seek a Psychosocial Oncology Psychiatrist | 100% Outpatient Practice | Exceptional Psychosocial Team | Work in Highly Desirable Seattle

The University of Washington (UW) and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (Fred Hutch) seek a psychiatrist for a full-time faculty position in the Psychosocial Oncology Program. The incoming Psychiatrist will be a proactive team member at Fred Hutch and perform clinical consultation and treatment of oncology patients in the ambulatory setting. They will also work at the No. 1 rated hospital in Washington and the state's only NCI-Designated comprehensive cancer care center.


Opportunity Highlights

  • 100% outpatient practice lets you focus on patient care
  • Join an exceptional psychosocial team built on the Collaborative Care Model, consisting of renowned psychiatrists, psychologists, APPs, nurses, clinical social workers, and patient navigators
  • Train residents and fellows, contributing to the development of the next generation of mental health professionals
  • Prepare for the future - psycho-oncology fellowship will launch in July 2024
  • Join a nationally recognized leader in psychosocial oncology care, working with cutting-edge approaches and making a meaningful impact in the field
  • Unwavering support from a highly supportive leadership team, providing guidance and fostering a collaborative environment for professional growth
  • Provide comprehensive care with one-hour initial and follow-up appointments
  • Benefit from protected administrative and academic time
  • Immerse yourself in a beautiful clinical facility and office space, creating an environment that is conducive to providing exceptional care and enhancing patient experiences
  • Ample opportunities to teach and conduct cutting-edge research


Community Information

Home to picturesque natural beauty, endless amenities, and friendly individuals, Seattle is ideal for families and individuals alike. Ranked by US News as a Best Place to Live and a Best Place to Retire, this fantastic Pacific Northwest city offers everything you need and more.

  • Overall grade of A+ and one of the best places to live in Washington (Niche)
  • Washington State is a Best Place to Practice in 2023 (Medscape)
  • Ranked the No. 3 "Best Cities for Young Professionals in America" (Niche)
  • Fantastic housing options, including in safe, family-oriented neighborhoods
  • Excellent local school system
  • Breathtaking scenery and endless options for outdoor recreation—ranked #1 in "Best Cities for Outdoor Activities in America" (Niche)
  • Forests, mountains, volcanoes, lakes, waterfalls, parks, and rivers are all within driving distance
  • Thriving arts and culture scene, world-class shops and restaurants, professional sports, an international airport, and much more
  • Washington is ranked No. 2 by US News in "Best States Overall"
  • No state income tax in Washington State


Requirements

Qualifications:

Applicants must have an M.D./D.O. (or equivalent) and be licensed or license eligible in Washington State. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent qualifications in clinical care.


Application Instructions:

To apply: http://apply.interfolio.com/118840

For more information, contact Jesse Fann, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Department of Psychosocial Oncology, Fred Hutch: (fann@uw.edu)

 

Job ID: 71612126

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