OCD and Anxiety
Since our founding in 1907, Rogers Behavioral Health has grown alongside the practice of behavioral healthcare. Today, Rogers is a nationally recognized leader.
At Rogers, you have the time to make a difference. We highly value quality care and the time it takes to build and nurture the patient/physician relationship. As part of our team, you will work with other physicians as well as a multidisciplinary team dedicated to the treatment of behavioral health patients.
Rogers offers a highly competitive salary and benefits plan, including flexible time off for vacation and CME requirements. Our physicians benefit from an equitable call schedule and a supportive team of psychiatric colleagues.
In Wisconsin, Milwaukee offers an urban lifestyle with low commute times. Oconomowoc is nestled in Wisconsin’s beautiful Lake Country approximately 30 minutes to Milwaukee and less than two hours from Chicago. Kenosha is less than an hour from Milwaukee and under two hours from Chicago. Top-quality public and private schools, active arts communities, sport venues and outdoor activities are minutes away from our facilities. Regional locations include Tampa, Nashville, Minneapolis, Chicago and Philadelphia, all offering the ability to be part of Rogers in these diverse metro areas.
Send CV and letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:
ATTN: Jake Shimansky
34700 Valley Rd
EOE/MFVD Rogers Memorial Hospital is a key corporation of Rogers Behavioral Health Care System, Inc.
Rogers continues to build its staff of licensed clinical psychologists as well, including the role of clinical director as we expand our regional networks. Occasionally professional services agreements with a university-affiliated parent organization of individual employees may be considered for the clinical director role. In those instances, Rogers offers a competitive salary and benefits package with a 10 percent overhead (or facilities and administration) rate.
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