Seattle, Washington - Swedish Health Services is seeking a Clinical Pain Psychologist to join Swedish Pain Services (SPS) at its First Hill campus in beautiful downtown Seattle. SPS is one of the largest pain centers in the Pacific Northwest, treating more than 1,000 patients a month, and utilizing the latest research and techniques. Join a strong, interdisciplinary team that provides direct clinical services in its functional restoration program and hospital-based pain management suite, as well as comprehensive outpatient care, including behavioral health, physical and occupational therapy, and relaxation therapy.
Per Diem position.
2+ years' experience required.
Provide psychological assessments and treatment for patients with chronic, non-malignant pain, and manage team conferences, program planning and patient evaluations.
Serve as a resource for staff in meeting the needs of the pain population.
Must hold a doctoral degree from an American Psychological Association accredited institution, be licensed or license-eligible in Washington, and have experience in the evaluation and treatment of patients with chronic pain.
Post-doctoral fellowship in pain psychology, rehabilitation psychology or health psychology is preferable.
Where You'll Work
The Swedish First Hill campus is a 697-bed, general medical and surgical hospital located in downtown Seattle. As the largest of Swedish's five hospitals, First Hill is considered the main Swedish campus. In addition to the hospital and emergency department, the First Hill campus is home to the Swedish Cancer Institute and the Swedish Orthopedic Institute. The hospital provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services including the area's largest childbirth center, NICU and specialty pediatric care.
Where You'll Live
Seattle is the Pacific Northwest's largest urban center, with a metro population of 3.25 million, and is home to world-class arts and entertainment, a robust economy and an outstanding school system. The city hugs Puget Sound and offers magnificent mountain views to the north, east and south. Home to the world's biggest tech giants, Seattle offers some of the highest minimum wages in the country, along with a notable music and arts scene, outdoor lifestyle and amazing coffee.
Who You'll Work For
Swedish Health Services, a not-for-profit health system based in Seattle, Washington, operates five renowned hospitals and more than 100 medical clinics offering primary and specialty care. Swedish is committed to creating a culture that values patient safety above all else, as evidenced by our error-prevention tools and techniques for clear communication. Swedish is a partner organization of the Providence St. Joseph Health family, and is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity organization.
Job ID Number: 10484
Facility Name: Swedish First Hill Campus
Location Name: Seattle, WA
Brand Name: Swedish
Provider Profession: Psychologist
Medical Specialty: Pain Management
Job Setting: Medical Clinic
Type of Role: Clinical
Phone Number: 425.525.5976
Schedule: Per Diem
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