Indiana University Health Ball Memorial is seeking a compassionate, patient-centered Adult Psychiatrist to join their growing team of physicians and advanced providers in Muncie, IN.
Open to part-time or full-time
7 on/7 off, Monday-Sunday
Rotational call between four psychiatrists including general medical call and admissions to inpatient unit afterhours.
Primarily inpatient with a small amount of outpatient clinic, approximately two half days per week.
Patient volume in office: 5-10/week & in hospital: 5-7/day
Procedures are not required but ECT can be performed if physician is trained
Teaching opportunities with medical students & residents on rotation, if desired
Comprehensive benefits package including group insurance (health, dental, life, disability), 401k with company match, PTO, relocation assistance and occurrence-based malpractice insurance coverage starting the first day of employment. Call or text for compensation information.
Candidate must be BE or BC in Psychiatry
New grads and practicing physicians welcome to apply
Physician licensed in Indiana or eligible for medical licensure in Indiana
Rewarding Physician and Advanced Provider opportunities await with Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Physicians.
IU Health Ball Memorial Physicians represents more than 400 physicians in 45 medical specialties. The physicians & advanced practice providers are committed to providing patient-focused, quality care at convenient locations throughout east central Indiana. The medical group has also introduced healthcare to underserved populations and geographic areas such as Upland, New Castle and Hartford City, IN.
IU Health Ball Memorial Physicians is a member of Indiana's most comprehensive healthcare system (ranked No. 1 in the state by U.S. News & World Report). Our unique partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine, one of the nation's leading medical schools, gives our physicians & advanced practice providers access to innovative treatments and therapies.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, the region’s main campus, is both a teaching hospital and regional tertiary referral center. The Edmund F. Ball Medical Education Center offers the largest physician-teaching program in Indiana outside of Indianapolis, with three residency programs. The hospital is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and serves as an educational site for the first two years of medical school, and provides low-cost medical care for 25,000 patient visits each year.
At IU Health, we are committed to advancing a culture where all people can come together while we work to equitably improve the health of all Hoosiers. Working together, our health system fosters an environment in which differences are respected and valued. With a bold approach to diversity and inclusion, we are the place where many voices and perspectives come together to improve the health of our communities today and in the future.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity and inclusion at IU Health. IU Health does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, national origin, gender identity and/or expression, marital status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is a 350-bed hospital and is designated as alevel 3 trauma center. It is both a teaching hospital and a regional tertiary referral center. Over the last decade, the hospital has undergone a $130 million remodel, scheduled for completion in 2022.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital provides top-quality care and has been awarded with more than 35 top national and international awards to prove its efforts. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is the first Indiana hospital to receive NIAHO accreditation for compliance with Medicare rules, the first Indiana hospital to earn the American Heart Association Award for stroke care, and the first Indiana hospital to be awarded with ISO 9001:2000 Certification. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is also the third Indiana hospital to obtain “Baby-Friendly” designation from Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) for its commitment to infant health.
Since the early 1980s, physicians and staff members have been actively involved in national and international medical research studies, particularly in the areas of oncology, cardiology and coagulation.
Enjoy an affordable cost of living in Muncie, Indiana, while taking advantage of the many world-class amenities this community has to offer. One visit to Muncie, rich with history, recreation and festivals, will win you over!
Home of Ball State University, offering exceptional education, collegiate sports and entertainment
Arts and culture for all ages at the Muncie Civic Theatre, Minnetrista cultural center, David Owsley Museum of Art, Oakhurst Gardens and the Muncie Symphony Orchestra
Some of Indiana's top-ranked schools, including the Indiana Academy for Science, Math and Humanities, the Burris Laboratory School and Yorktown Community Schools
Ranked by Niche in 2022 as one of the top 20 counties to live in Indiana
Family-friendly activities at the Museum of Art, Muncie Children's Museum, Planetarium, and the National Model Aviation Museum (one of the country's largest)
Outdoor recreation includes boating, fishing and camping at the Prairie Creek Reservoir, hop on the state's longest span of recreational trails on the Cardinal Greenway, and golf amongst the champions at the Players Club Golf Course or Delaware Country Club
Wineries, unique shopping and local cuisine, and outdoor music and food festivals
Named as one of the National Civic League's 2020 All-America Cities for the community's dedication to civic engagement and innovation
Quick drive to Indianapolis and the suburbs of Fishers and Noblesville, as well as Chicago and Cincinnati