Southern Illinois University SOM in Springfield, a nationally recognized academic institution, is excited to announce Kari Wolf, MD is the new Chair of the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Wolf's experience includes President and CEO of Seton Mind Institute in Austin, and Chair of the Austin Department of UT Southwestern as well as various physician leadership roles at University of Iowa. The vision of Dr. Wolf will enable the department to expand its proven strengths. Her leadership will give the leaders, staff and faculty the tools needed to succeed in this time of rapid change in healthcare and healthcare education, and she will provide expertise for the development of collaborative programs with the SIU SOM and with our partner institutions.
SIU offers the opportunity to: Develop an Inpatient, outpatient or a combination of inpatient and outpatient practice. Train students, residents, and other allied health professionals. Be part of he growth and development of the Psychiatry department and the SIU Neuroscience Institute.
Springfield, IL offers a family oriented community, excellent schools, affordable housing and abundance of cultural and recreational activities with easy access to metropolitan amenities in Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis.
Required Qualifications: MD or DO degree; Completed four (4) years of approved residency training in Psychiatry; Be licensed or eligible for licensure with the State of Illinois; Board certified/eligible in Psychiatry; Will be expected to achieve and maintain board certification within three (3) years, if not board certified a the time of hire; Must have sufficient experience in ECT to be privileged at both assigned hospitals.
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SIU School of Medicine was established in 1970 with a mission to educate physicians for central and southern Illinois. We are a medical school with four areas of excellence: medical education, patient care, research and community service. SIU School of Medicine provides education to undergraduate medical students, medical and surgical residents, fellows, and physician assistant students.
Our clinical practice, SIU Medicine, includes a team of more than 250 health care professionals including university physicians and faculty members who are collectively dedicated to providing excellent medical care, advancement of care through research, and training the next generation of physicians. As the premier provider of health care services, SIU Medicine offers both primary care and specialized treatment services including preventative and diagnostic. SIU works in partnership with hospitals and clinics throughout central and southern Illinois to meet the health care needs of our communities.