The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology is seeking a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist at the assistant or associate professor level. This position would primarily involve outpatient work at the Bingham Clinic, the outpatient teaching clinic for the division, as well as telepsychiatry services to regional community health centers. Teaching responsibilities would include the teaching of medical students, general residents, child/pediatric psychology residents, and child and adolescent psychiatry residents. Leadership opportunities exist for the motivated candidate in the areas of pediatric mental health integration and telepsychiatry. The Division has been a leader in training child psychiatrists, psychologists and other child mental health professionals while delivering high quality child and family mental health services via the Bingham Clinic since 1913. Research/scholarship is encouraged. The faculty have a broad range of academic interests including autism spectrum disorders, epidemiology, family treatment, chronic pediatric illness and pain, and integrated mental health in primary and pediatric subspecialty care. The division has a rich tradition of contributions to child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology and mental health at the national level. The establishment of the division within the Department of Pediatrics has led to a number of new initiatives, including expanded telepsychiatry offerings and integrated care opportunities.
The University of Louisville Department of Pediatrics is ALL about kids and we're all around the region. Our academic physicians make up the vast majority of the Norton Children's Hospital medical staff, you will also find us in exam rooms at UofL Physicians offices, newborn nurseries, emergency rooms in major medical centers across the commonwealth and in southern Indiana. As faculty physicians, they are found in research labs and in lecture halls in the UofL School of Medicine where medical students go to learn how to become pediatricians. In fact, many of Kentucky's practicing pediatricians earned their medical degree here at the University of Louisville Department of Pediatrics.