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Job ID Specialty Geographic Location City State Recruiter
1897377 Psychiatry (General) Richmond IN Select Practice Opportunity

In HouseID:
3041
Recruiter Email: tim@selectprofessional.com

Job Description

This is a Psychiatry (General) Opportunity Only!

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Company Name: Select Practice Opportunity
Recruiter Name: Tim Leigh
Contact Phone: 877-499-9889

Job Title: Outpatient Psychiatry Job in Richmond, IN #3041

(Physician/MD qualifications required) Psychiatry (General) - Outpatient Psychiatry Job – Richmond, IN #3041


Our client just 45 minutes north of Indianapolis is seeking an additional Psychiatrist:

Adult outpatient psychiatry – Board eligible or Board Certified
Full time, permanent position
VERY attractive salary
SIGN ON BONUS!
Comprehensive benefits including health, retirement, CME
J1|H1 Visa can be supported

Richmond is a city in east central Indiana, bordering on Ohio. It is the county seat of Wayne County,

In 1806 the first European Americans in the area, Quaker families from North Carolina, settled along the East Fork of the Whitewater River. This was part of a general westward migration in the early decades after the American Revolution. John Smith and David Hoover were among the earliest settlers. Richmond is still home to several Quaker institutions, including Friends United Meeting, Earlham College and the Earlham School of Religion.


Early cinema and television pioneer Charles Francis Jenkins grew-up on a farm north of Richmond, where he began inventing useful gadgets. As the Richmond Telegram reported, on June 6, 1894, Jenkins gathered his family, friends and newsmen at Jenkins' cousin's jewelry store in downtown Richmond and projected a filmed motion picture for the first time in front of an audience.
The motion picture was of a vaudeville entertainer performing a butterfly dance, which Jenkins had filmed himself. Jenkins filed for a patent for the Phantoscope projector in November 1894 and it was issued in March of '95. A modified version of the Phantoscope was later sold to Thomas Edison who named it Edison's Vitascope and began projecting motion pictures in New York City vaudeville theaters, raising the curtain on American cinema.


Richmond's cultural resources include two of Indiana's three Egyptian mummies. One is held by the Wayne County Historical Museum and the second by Earlham College's Joseph Moore Museum, leading to the local nickname of "Mummy capital of Indiana".


The arts were supported by a strong economy increasingly based on manufacturing. Richmond was once known as "the lawn mower capital" because it was a center for manufacturing of lawn mowers from the late 19th century through the mid-20th century.


If you have interests in this or other Psychiatry Jobs contact Tim Leigh at 877-499-9889, tim@selectprofessional.com or visit our website at www.selectprofessional.com.


This position is specific for a Board Prepared or Board Certified Psychiatrist. Requirements then are that the successful candidate would have a degree as an M.D. or D.O. with proven residency training in Psychiatry.




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