Who We Are
With a mission to provide world-class healthcare to the underserved Asian community, Rendr is the leading primary care focused, multi-specialty physician group dedicated to serving the Asian population in New York City. Our over 200 providers take care of the health of approximately 200,000 patients at more than 100 clinical offices throughout Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, and Nassau County.
Department: Mental Health Care
Job Title: Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist – Part Time
Position Summary: We are offering employment opportunities to Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists who are interested in providing high-quality clinical care to our patients in the diverse communities that we serve. As a rapidly growing network, we provide a supportive environment for our physicians to practice medicine under the guidance of dedicated medical leadership.
- Provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and psychopharmacologic management to children and adolescents with mental health disorders.
- Provide crisis interventions to patient or family as needed.
- Collaborate care with psychotherapist on cases requiring behavioral treatment.
- Coordinate care with family, school, community organizations or other agencies as needed.
- Document evaluations, psychopharmacologic, and individual/family therapy interventions timely at EMR system.
- Participate in network activities such as team meetings, provider meetings, grand rounds, and training sessions.
- MD or DO from accredited medical or osteopathic school of medicine
- Board eligibility or certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- 2+ years of experience preferred but all welcome
- Current and unrestricted New York State license and DEA number
- Commitment to clinical excellence and compassionate care to patients
- Strong clinical, consultative and communication skills
- Ability to work under intense pressure and respond to difficult questions
- Knowledge of and experience in EMR system.
- Bilingual English and Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) preferred