Job Information

Sanford Health Physician - Psychology - Remote/Hybrid - Adult or Child in Jamestown, North Dakota

Location ND, Jamestown

Specialty Psychology - Adult

Visas Accepted N/A

Practice Details

Sanford Health is seeking a full-time Psychologist to join staff working in the Sanford Family Medicine Clinic in Jamestown, North Dakota.

  • Open to fully remote telepsychology, 100% in-person, or hybrid options

  • Opportunity to serve Child/Adolescent or Adult populations (or mix)

  • Multi- specialty group practice

  • Customize your practice into your perfect and ideal opportunity

  • Collaborative environment with flexible and personalized scheduling

  • Well-established primary care team within same clinic

  • Conduct psychological evaluations, lead individual and group therapy sessions utilizing up-to-date, evidence-based practice skills.

  • Must possess health psychology knowledge base or expertise, especially regarding common chronic disease co-morbidities. (e.g. depression/anxiety and CAD, COPD, diabetes.

  • Behavioral Health group practice of Psychologists, two licensed clinical counselors, a social worker and a Psychiatric NP.

  • HPSA BH score of 12 and PSLF employer sponsor

Compensation Package

Sanford Health offers a nationally competitive compensation plan with an additional physician benefits package including a health, dental and vision insurance, 401K plan, short-term and long-term disability, life insurance, CME allowance, paid time away, malpractice insurance and tail coverage, and a relocation allowance.

About this Community

Jamestown has a population of 15, 400 and is the home of the National Buffalo Museum, which allows visitors to see the role bison played for early settlers. It is also the home of The University of Jamestown Jimmies and provides many athletic, organizational, and community activities for young adults as well

Job Function Physicians

Req Number R-0188355

Equal Employment Opportunity

Sanford and its affiliate brands have consistently operated under the principle of equal treatment for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, disability, military or veteran status, in regard to public assistance or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state or local law.