The UC Davis Department of Psychiatry is recruiting for an Assistant/Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor to serve as a teaching attending on the departments’ growing psychosomatic medicine clinical service. The Psychosomatic Medicine service includes consultation activities in the following areas: inpatient hospital, emergency department, cancer center, palliative care clinic, transplant clinic, bariatric surgery clinic, Huntington’s disease clinic, 14 primary care clinics, Shriner’s hospital, the county’s Primary Care Clinic, and 4 county mental health clinics. The psychosomatic medicine faculty work closely with emergency medicine, internal medicine, neurology, and pediatrics faculty and staff. The service hosts a psychosomatic medicine fellow, psychiatry residents, residents from other departments and medical students. Experience in teaching and supervising medical students and residents is required. The applicant must have or be in the process of obtaining board certification in psychiatry and have a California medical license. Completion of a psychosomatic medicine fellowship is desirable but not required.
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