How to Apply
Gregory W. Dalack, M.D.
Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Chair, Department of Psychiatry
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5295
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan Women and Infant Mental Health program is seeking a full-time clinical-track faculty member to work in the Ambulatory Psychiatry Service, Adult Programs. The successful candidate will participate in the clinical, administrative, and teaching aspects of the General Psychiatry Program with specific focus to Womens’ Reproductive Mental Health. The applicant will be an active participant in our expanding efforts in the psychiatry based ambulatory specialty clinic (perinatal clinic) as well as in integrated ambulatory care activities involving Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Family Medicine and other Primary Care clinics across the network. Telepsychiatry and phone consultation across the state of Michigan on perinatal mental health to primary care and allied professionals (e.g., behavioral health consultants) will be also be part of the work duties.
Additionally, we anticipate this individual will play a significant role in shaping our evolving clinical intake/assessment services and flow of patients throughout our care continuum both internal and external to the Department and Health System.
The candidate will join a dynamic group of psychiatrists partnering with a leadership team that values clinical and educational excellence and innovation. This position will report through the Ambulatory Psychiatry Women and Infant Mental Health Program Directors.
Clinical activity will include an expectation of 70% direct face-to-face patient care; 10-20% resident/fellow/staff clinic supervision; and 10-20% academic/scholarly activity. Position may include up to 20% effort in integrated care/collaborative care initiatives as part of clinical, supervision or academic activities.
Total clinical care commitment of approximately 26 to 30 hours per week will include a combination of direct face-to-face patient care (estimated six ½ days weekly) and precepting/supervision of resident provided care activities (estimated two ½ days per week). There is potential for participation in integrated care/collaborative care programs that would offset direct patient care responsibilities. Patient care hours will occur within the Rachel Upjohn Building (RUB), or embedded within primary or specialty care clinics at other locations. The candidate will also provide some hospital-based services, including participation in the on-call schedule, which is approximately 3-4 weekends per year rounding on the Inpatient Unit, and approximately 6 nights per year (plus one weekend) of phone back-up to Psychiatry Emergency Services (PES) residents on call.
The successful candidate will serve as on-site/directly available outpatient supervisor and preceptor for psychiatry house staff and medical students and for allied health professionals (e.g., psychiatric nurses, social workers, psychologists ) in the women and infants mental health clinic operation, and provide didactic lectures for primary care and specialty care colleagues, medical students, general psychiatry residents, child psychiatry fellows, and a broad range of health professionals and trainees (i.e; social work, psychology, pharmacy, nursing, etc..). The applicant will also perform clinical skills verification examinations (CSV’s) as needed, serve as Global Outpatient supervisor for an identified psychiatry house staff, and participate in resident recruitment and interviewing as able. The applicant will be welcomed and expected to share their expertise in core curriculum development/delivery, medical student teaching, Journal Clubs, Evidence-Based Medicine Seminars, and Grand Rounds.
The successful candidate will be expected to attend Faculty Meetings within the Department of Psychiatry; at minimum this will include Academic Staff, All-Staff, Physicians Meetings, and other administrative meetings deemed necessary by their reporting supervisor. In addition to timely attention to pertinent administrative work (e.g., electronic medical record and inbasket monitoring, phone calls, letters, records, e-mails, etc.), the new faculty member will participate in all relevant quality improvement initiatives and activities.
A doctor of Medicine/Osteopathy is required. Possession of a current license to practice medicine in the State of Michigan is necessary. Completion of a residency in Psychiatry is required, and the candidate must be board certified or board eligible in Psychiatry. Applicants must have demonstrated promise for an academic career that emphasizes clinical care, teaching and administration. Superior clinical competencies and master teacher skills are necessary and be an active member in good standing of the University of Michigan Medical Staff. The successful candidate should have an interest in the delivery of exceptional outpatient psychiatric services including new models of care delivery.
This position is posted as Clinical Instructor/Clinical Assistant Prof/Clinical Associate Prof/Clinical Professor. The rank of the selected candidate will depend on qualifications.
Under Michigan law, a background check including fingerprinting and pre-employment drug screening is required as a condition of transfer or employment for this position.
The University of Michigan Health System improves the health of patients, populations and communities through excellence in education, patient care, community service, research and technology development, and through leadership activities in Michigan, nationally and internationally. Our mission is guided by our Strategic Principles and has three critical components; patient care, education and research that together enhance our contribution to society.
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