Join our team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, & Advanced Practice Providers
At Geisinger, we’ve been shaping the future of health for more than a century. Today we continue with our commitment to providing excellent patient care through innovative care models, compassionate providers and robust, integrated technology. When you join Geisinger you’ll be part of an organization that’s leading healthcare change.
With over 200 clinicians and nearly 600 employees, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health is undergoing rapid expansion with the aim of caring for the three million residents we serve throughout central, south-central, and northeast Pennsylvania. Our menu of clinical and academic services is long and diverse.
- Inpatient Psychiatry
- Emergency Psychiatry
- Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry
- Outpatient Psychiatry
- Addiction Medicine
- Primary Care Integration
- Specialty Care Integration
- Health Plan Care Management
- Neuropsychology & Neuropsychiatry
- Brain Stimulation Therapies
- Intensive Outpatient Programs
- College Mental Health
- Home-based Care
- Virtual Care
- Collaborations with Community Agencies
- Clinical Informatics
The Department’s faculty and staff actively collaborate with over 50 faculty investigators in multiple clinical departments on a wide range of scientific projects. Major research programs include the Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute (ADMI), Neuroscience Institute, and the Center for Pharmacy Innovation and Outcomes Research (CPIO).
Learn more here for career opportunities which exist for clinicians to direct their own research or to collaborate in ongoing work.
The Department’s commitment to providing world-class mental health care to our communities begins with addressing the shortage of mental health care providers in the areas we serve. Our integration with the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine offers the opportunity to teach and support medical students, interns and fellows. Our ACGME-accredited Psychiatry Residency Training program welcomes 4 residents each year.
Additional training programs exist for Post-Doctoral Fellows in Adult Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology and Neuropsychology. Additionally, the Division of Psychiatry oversees a training program for Psychology Interns with opportunities in Adult and Child & Adolescent Psychology
- Competitive compensation package
- Medical school loan forgiveness
- Relocation support
- Generous retirement and health care benefits
- Favorable call schedules
- Safe and healthy case loads
- Research and/or teaching time
- Flexible time off policy, with CME days and financial support
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