Come work with a great team! Diamond Healthcare, the manager of behavioral health services for MedStar Washington Hospital Center, has an opening for a Clinical Psychologist.
The Clinical Psychologist will provide psychological services in designated department(s). This person will oversee routine operational tasks and the implementation of program development tasks. Provides leadership and special expertise in one or more sub fields of clinical and medical psychology. Provides full range of necessary psycho-diagnostic and psychotherapeutic services to inpatients and outpatients of designated department(s).
Candidates should have a minimum of 2-3 years experience in psychological assessments of patients with psychiatric/behavioral health disorders. Must be flexible to adjust to the needs of a fast-paced environment, demonstrate effective problem solving skills and display excellent oral/written communication skills. Previous adult behavioral health and substance use treatment experience is preferred. Postdoctoral training in medical psychology is preferred. Candidates must have active District of Columbia Psychologist license or be eligible for endorsement.
For more than a half a century, MedStar Washington Hospital Center has set the highest standard for health care—and reached and surpassed it year after year.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center is a not-for-profit, 926-bed academic medical center in the center of the nation’s capital—and every day, hundreds of people in the region depend on us for their care. In 2013 alone, the hospital opened its door for nearly 500,000 inpatient and outpatient visits by residents from throughout the Mid-Atlantic.
We are the busiest and largest hospital in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding area—and serve as referral center and the central hub for the region’s most advanced acute medical care.
But we are much more. Our primary and secondary health services help our community’s residents get and stay healthy, and help to improve patients’ quality of life by managing chronic illness.
Our inpatient services, education and research programs, outpatient care and community outreach initiatives are all aimed at meeting today’s health care needs—and at leading the way to meet the future health needs of the nation.