LA County recently approved incentives for psychiatrists that wish to work at our Antelope Valley and in the Jail Mental Health Services Programs. If you chose to provide work in one of these targeted areas, you will make over $25,000 more than you would at any other DMH psychiatrist position.
The CEO and Board of Supervisors just signed a new agreement between the Union and Management increasing salaries and other compensation benefits for Psychiatrists in addition to adding 27 new positions to our Directly Operated Clinics. That’s almost one for every clinic within the County!
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health is seeking dedicated psychiatrists to join our multi-disciplinary treatment teams. Our Department is part of a dynamic healthcare system that is rapidly evolving to meet the needs of the largest county in the United States.
One of the largest mental health departments in the nation
At the forefront of healthcare reform, reshaping mental health services
Leading the integration of physical health, mental health and substance abuse treatment
Cutting-edge programs and technologies in a wide variety of settings
Make a difference in the lives of those who truly need your help
FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN
Partner with a diverse, vibrant population of many cultures
Be part of a large, supportive, collegial psychiatric community
Opportunities to push the boundaries of traditional community practice
Practice psychiatry in a small, close knit community enjoy the benefits of working for the largest mental health department in the nation. Build your career in California's Antelope Valley, to learn more click here.
JAIL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Learn more about opportunities with Jail Mental Health Services, click here.
UNMATCHED GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
One of the most respected, stable, successful and growing mental health departments in the country
Salaries up to the mid $200,000s
Generous retirement benefits
Employment outside of DMH allowed (24 hours/week) to pursue other career aspects
Flexible schedule encourages work/life balance; options include four 10 hour days/week or nine hour days with one day off every other week
Strong career ladder for those interested in advancing into supervisory and clinical leadership positions
To receive information about employment as a psychiatrist at the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health please CLICK HERE.
This website is the official psychiatrist recruitment information portal for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Information submitted on this website is sent directly to the LACDMH recruiting team not a third-party recruitment service.