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Looking for Dedicated Psychiatrists

Medical Director of Four Winds Hospital in Westchester County always looking to grow medstaff with smart, motivated, dedicated psychiatrists.

About Four Winds Hospital
Four Winds Hospital, with two scenic campuses in New York State, is the Northeast’s leading freestanding provider of inpatient mental health treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults. The Katonah campus sits on 55 acres in northern Westchester County.In 1978, Dr. Samuel Klagsbrun purchased Four Winds. His mission was to provide the very best care to patients, and to make sure that every patient is treated with dignity and respect. Today, Dr. Sarah Klagsbrun, a board-certified child & adolescent and adult psychiatrist, continues her father’s vision in her role as Executive Medical Director of Four Winds Westchester (178 beds) and Four Winds Saratoga (88 beds).Inpatient units are housed in cottages, each with an adjacent playground or yard. There is an on-grounds school, creative arts therapies, and a recreation center. Treatment is tailored to the ages and needs of the patients. Four Winds accepts most insurance, including Medicaid, and proudly serves patients of all backgrounds. It is a one-of-a-kind place to heal and practice medicine. It’s why you went into Psychiatry.

Job Responsibilities
-Medication management for a caseload of patients, including required documentation
-Coordinating care with outside providers and families
-Participating in treatment team meetings and weekly medication group
-Other responsibilities as needed (psychiatric assessments, restraint and seclusion coverage)
-Rotating back-up coverage

Qualifications and Skills
-New York State medical license
-ABMS Board Certified or Board eligible
-Graduated from ACGME or AOA approved training program
-U.S. citizen (Four Winds cannot sponsor visa applications)
-Enjoys a fast-paced environment and manages time effectively
-Effective communicator with strong interpersonal and team-building skills
-Provides patient-centered care and can build relationships across a multidisciplinary team

-Base salary of $350,000 with increases depending on several factors, such as credentials, experience and unit medical director responsibilities
-Generous retention bonus after 5 years

-Beautiful country campus setting
-Dynamic, fun, kind, caring, and collegial atmosphere
-Units are cottages with age-specific milieu treatment
-Collaborative, multi-disciplinary team
-Supportive environment to psychiatry residents immediately post-graduation
-Direct supervision by hospital executive medical director along with team support
-Affiliation with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine teaching hospital with opportunities to train medical students and psychiatry residents
-Assistant Professor title from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
-Financial security
-Medical, prescription, and dental insurance (contributory)
-Generous defined pension benefit plan (vests after five years, non-contributory)
-License, DEA, and CME reimbursement
-Life and long-term disability insurance
-Flexible spending account
-Family focus and balance
-Employee Assistance Program
-Parental leave: Combined leave time (vacation, personal, holiday, sick, CME)
-4 weeks vacation time
-5 paid CME days, with reimbursement up to $1,500 for registration fees and travel
-6 paid national holidays: New Years’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
-Built-in float medical staff for coverage on units when medical staff are out

Diversity & Inclusion
Four Winds Hospitals acknowledge and honor the fundamental value of all individuals by embracing diversity and cultural differences. These characteristics include but are not limited to a person’s age, culture, education, gender, gender identity, national origin, personal values, physical abilities, race, religious beliefs and sexual identity. We are committed to racial equity and will address any incident of racism or discrimination in any form whether in the workplace or in the provision of patient care. We will work to ensure that there are no disparities in the behavioral health treatment for our patients through cultural competence training and support. Our mission is to deliver clinically effective quality care and to treat all patients and staff with the dignity and respect to which they are entitled.

For more information, please contact Renee Sibrizzi at 914-763-8151 ext 2222, or email resumes to [email protected]


Partner Wanted for Synergy Psychiatry PLLC
Step into a space where innovation meets collaboration. Synergy Psychiatry PLLC is in search of a partner with a passion for progress and patient-centered care. Share a cutting-edge office where healers collaborate to reshape the mental health landscape. Bring your expertise and join hands for an enhanced approach to psychiatry. Together, we create the new era of mental wellness. View our website here:

For more information, please contact Anvi Vora, MD at [email protected] or [email protected] or by phone at 212-547-9812.



Managerial psychiatrist positions with competitive salaries are available on Rikers Island with NYC’s Correctional Health Services
The New York City jail system is the second largest in the nation. Correctional Health Services (CHS), a division of NYC Health + Hospitals, provides safe, holistic, and evidence-based psychiatric care for people in the City’s custody. We address a range of mental health needs, from serious mental illness to the natural struggles that accompany incarceration. CHS’ mental health service provides some of the most comprehensive and unique treatment modalities in the country including:

  • specialty housing units for individuals with serious mental illness;
  • a 24-hour on-call psychiatric service;
  • robust creative arts programming;
  • clinics in each of the facilities;
  • substance use treatment including medication-assisted treatment (MAT);
  • integrated re-entry services that include alternatives to incarceration; and
  • partnerships with multiple academic training institutions throughout the city.

Correctional Health Services offers a rich and stimulating clinical and academic environment for psychiatrists interested in public health, community psychiatry, trauma, serious mental illness, and forensic psychiatry. Psychiatrists are matched with populations that most closely meet their clinical interests and expertise. Specific populations include young adults, women, individuals with serious mental illness, and medically complex individuals. Experience working in correctional settings is not required; however, the ability to work closely and effectively with multiple other disciplines, including security staff, is critical.

In addition to direct patient care, managerial psychiatrists serve as the psychiatric leaders of their facilities and work in close collaboration with Mental Health Unit Chiefs and Clinical Supervisors. A major component of this position is training, recruiting, and retaining high-quality staff, while providing strong leadership and mentorship for existing staff. Managerial psychiatrists receive close supervision by senior psychiatric leadership to support their clinical and professional development. They also receive opportunities to participate in quality improvement initiatives and to supervise trainees from psychiatric residency and forensic fellowship programs.

Starting salary for supervising psychiatrists is $270K annually, with robust benefits including pension, insurance, etc.

Click here to download a flyer. Please contact Joseph Otonichar, DO, at [email protected] for more info.


Opening for C-L Fellow
The Division of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Beth Israel has an unexpected opening for a C-L fellow for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year. Our C-L fellowship program is based out of Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City. Our Division of Consultation-Liaison (C-L) Psychiatry formed in 1968, established its fellowship program in 1986 and was one of the first in the nation to receive accreditation from the American Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our program has trained over 60 fellows, many of whom have taken on nationwide leadership roles in C-L Psychiatry following completion of the program.

Our fellowship is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the ever-changing C-L Psychiatry landscape. The program offers fellows an opportunity to hone their skills across inpatient and outpatient settings, encompassing a wide range of services and acuity levels. Each setting creates a unique learning environment under the mentorship of senior faculty with diverse backgrounds. We encourage our fellows to engage beyond the program in order to grow professionally during their fellowship year. Whether through professional associations/academies, research or quality improvement, we believe that our strength as C-L psychiatrists must be fostered beyond the clinical training environment. As part of the Mount Sinai Health System, our fellows have access to a broad range of cutting-edge resources that set them up for success. All of this happens in a supportive and professionally nurturing environment, focusing on each fellow’s goals, allowing them to maximize their learning over the academic year.

For further information, please see the link below for our webpage: as well as our Instagram @msbiclfellowship. Interested applicants should reach out to Seema Quraishi MD, C-L Fellowship Program Director at [email protected] or call 212-420-4094.


Research Studies & Recruitment

Depression and Bone Health Study at NY Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University
Depression and some antidepressants may be associated with an increased risk of breaking a bone. It is not clear why this could be the case. It is possible that depression and/or certain medications used for the treatment of depression cause bone loss, increase the risk of falls, are associated with lower physical activity, or effects on muscle function. Alternatively, it is possible that other medical problems or medications commonly used in those with depression are the culprit. This study is designed to assess mechanisms that might underlie the observation that depression and/or its treatment may increase the risk of breaking a bone. This is a study in women after menopause who have decided under the care of their personal doctor to take anti-depressants or receive counseling/psychotherapy for depression, low mood or depressive symptoms. This study does not provide treatment for depression. In this study, women will be asked to come for 5-7 visits over the course of 18 months to collect information about bone health including information from questionnaires, lab tests, bone density testing (dual energy x-ray absorptiometry or DXA), body composition and muscle testing. We will compare changes in musculoskeletal health in those being treated with and without medication to determine the factors that influence changes in bone density and other indices. Contact Mariana Bucovsky 212-305-7225 or [email protected]
Further information about the study can be found at

Professional Services

Med Tax CPAs: A CPA Firm for Medical Practices
A unique CPA firm, whose sole area of expertise is specializing in Medical Practices and helping Physicians navigate the quickly changing Tax and Healthcare environment. If you are a Psychiatrist in private practice, of which we currently have over 60 as clients, we are certain we can save you taxes. Click here to download a pdf with more information and references. Contact: [email protected] or call 201-585-1539.

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