Outpatient Psychiatric Physician – Academic Appointment to Brown University

East Greenwich, RI


Lifespan Physician Group (LPG) is the largest multi-specialty group of physicians in Rhode Island and the major affiliate of Brown Medical School and Brown University. We have an opening for an outpatient psychiatrist in our East Greenwich, RI office. Here you will join a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed social workers, and community treatment specialists. Our program offers tailored, personal, and coordinated treatment for patients age 18+ older who are experiencing a variety of mental health and behavioral health conditions.

The details:

  • Full time
  • Work M-F
  • Weekend call is no more than 1:8: inpatient or psychiatric emergency room
  • Academic appointment to Brown University
  • Adult psychiatry primarily caring for patients with mood disorders and anxiety
  • Outstanding administrative support

Leadership opportunities if desired

The benefits:

Compensation $200K-$225K with the potential to earn $40k+ in incentive compensation

  • EMR is EPIC, fully integrated in all clinical areas since 2015
  • Diverse patient population (clinically, culturally, and economically)
  • Dynamic leadership team that values work-life balance
  • $3,500 CME/Practice allowance + 1 week
  • Excellent benefits
  • 4 weeks PTO, 5 days sick time, 5 days CME
  • 401k (traditional and Roth option)

Additional moonlighting shifts available

About you:

Board certified or eligible in psychiatry

  • Have a good grasp of medication management and psychotherapy
  • Desire to be in a community-based setting


About East Greenwich, RI

Steeped in history East Greenwich is located 20 minutes south of Providence, an hour to Boston and 3 hours to NYC. The town itself is known for its waterfront, renowned school district, and downtown restaurant/shopping district. Rhode Island is considered New England’s best kept secret, boasting magnificent natural beauty, abundant recreational opportunities, great schools, vibrant cultural arts, plus a cost of living that’s a fraction of nearby Boston and New York City.

Posted April 15, 2021