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The University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry is seeking faculty candidates in the area of child psychiatry.

Primary responsibilities will include patient care, resident and student teaching, and participation in scholarly activity.  A competitive salary and an excellent benefits package are offered. Applicants must hold an MD, DO, or equivalent degree, be a graduate of an ACGME residency or fellowship, be American Board Certified or Board Eligible in child psychiatry, be qualified to obtain Oklahoma licensure, and eligible for credentialing under OU Health Physicians as well as area medical facilities.

The School of Community Medicine is a regional campus of the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, in partnership with the University of Tulsa, offering quality medical education on the OU-Tulsa campus.  Seven residency programs and six subspecialty fellowship programs are offered, and OU Health Physicians provides a full range of care in both inpatient and outpatient settings.   You can read more about the School of Community Medicine at:

Tulsa is situated in northeast Oklahoma, a beautiful region of the state known as Green Country.  The metropolitan area boasts a low cost of living as well as a lively music scene, world-renowned art museums, ballet, outstanding entertainment venues. Tulsa is also home to USA Today’s Best City Park, a unique recreation area known as the Gathering Place, located along the Arkansas River.

Interested applicants should apply online at: Interfolio.

 The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center seeks to recruit and retain a diverse community of health professionals and scholars. We seek a community with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, we provide equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age (40 or older), sex (see Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination policy) sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or veteran status.


The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Behavioral Health Team is seeking a board-certified psychiatrist with interest in achieving excellent work-life balance while caring for our Native American patient population. High rates of trauma, substance use, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease present a ripe environment for a gifted and culturally-sensitive psychiatrist’s efforts to be applied.

Please direct further inquiries regarding contract length, salary, IHS or Student Loan paybacks, and benefits to:

Adam Vascellaro, DO
Chief Medical Officer, Citizen Potawatomi Nation

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