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St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

St Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton As a premier academic and research healthcare organization, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) is committed to making a difference in people’s lives and in our community through integrated health services and internationally recognized programs. Our threefold mission is to provide dynamic research, revolutionary methods in health sciences education, and the highest standard of clinical care in a spirit of compassion, innovation and commitment. SJHH is a member of the St. Joseph’s Health System (SJHS), and is affiliated with McMaster University and Mohawk College. SJHH has earned a national reputation for outstanding patient care and innovative medical and surgical treatments. The Hospital is particularly well known for excellence in respiratory care, kidney and urinary care, mental health and addictions, surgical services, cancer surgery and women’s and infants’ care. St Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton is seeking interested psychiatrists to work in our Women’s Health Concerns Clinic. Our mission is to promote women’s mental health and well-being across the menstrual cycle, childbearing years, and the transition to menopause through evidence-based clinical care, education and research. The WHCC provides assessment and treatment for women who are experiencing mood and anxiety problems relating to the menstrual cycle, childbearing, or menopause transition. We are a clinical and research team that consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, master’s level therapists, nurses, and social workers. In addition to providing clinical care, we also conduct clinical, epidemiological, and biological research into the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of women’s mood and anxiety problems. We are seeking interested psychiatrists who could provide full time or part time clinical support to this service. The successful candidate will have an interest and expertise in caring for women with mental health concerns including pregnancy, the postpartum period, menopause transition and premenstrual disorders. The position entails managing an active case load of patients seen both individually and, in a group, setting, participation in interdisciplinary meetings and case conferences and involvement in education and/or research dependent upon the strengths of the individual candidate. The successful candidate will hold a valid Ontario CPSO license and be a trained psychiatrist with FRCPC or equivalent. There will be an expectation that the physician will be eligible for a Faculty position with the Department of Ps

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