Consult Liaison or General Adult Psychiatrist

Allegiance Health is seeking a board eligible/board certified, Consult-Liaison Psychiatrist or General Adult Psychiatrist to join a well-established multi-specialty group practice.

The psychiatry department provides a continuum for behavioral health care including: adult inpatient, adult intensive outpatient, geriatric inpatients and outpatient consults, child & adolescent outpatient, crisis services and consult-liaison services.

This multi-specialty group consists of 7 Psychiatrists and 1 PA and serves a patient draw population of over 250,000. Call 1:8. This opportunity offers the option to be a part of newly established GME faculty.

Benefits, Compensation & Incentives

The compensation package includes a base salary with bonus opportunity, malpractice and health insurance, CME, PTO, and a 403(b) Allegiance Health will provide $30,000 to physicians relocating his/her primary residence to Jackson County within the first year, up to $50,000 in student loan forgiveness, a $5,000 moving allowance, and a generous signing bonus.

About Allegiance Health

Allegiance Health is a 480-bed, community owned health system located in Jackson, Mich., just minutes from Ann Arbor. Recently named a Thomson Reuter’s 100 Top Hospital, Allegiance has an established SICU and is currently developing Level II Trauma and GME programs.

Allegiance averages over 100,000 patient visits and 18,000 admissions annually and was the 2010 Foster G. McGaw Prize recipient for excellence in community service. Learn more about Allegiance Health.

Allegiance Health is an EEO/AA Employer


The greater-Jackson area is a beautiful slice of south-central Michigan that is rich in American history and scenic wonder throughout the seasons. Learn more about the Jackson community.


If you would like more information about this excellent opportunity, please call:

On-site recruiter

Jeanne O'Dell
Physician Recruiter / Liaison

Cell: (517) 435-8091
Office: (517) 789-5962


Michelle Spielberg
Phone: (800) 547-1451  
Fax: (636) 447-6768

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