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At St. Luke’s, our dedicated team of Neuropsychologists are critical in providing exceptional, patient-centered care. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees’ unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which ultimately drives our exceptional, patient-centered care. Our Boise-based team seeks a Ph.D. or Psy.D. licensed psychologist to support our rehabilitation unit at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital.

As a member of an integrated, interdisciplinary team, the Neuropsychologist provides timely consultations and collaborates with the clinical team to develop and implement a plan of care for patients with a variety of acute and chronic medical and psychiatric conditions.

What Can You Expect:

Work/Life Balance: option of 4-day work week + no call or weekends
50/50 inpatient and outpatient split (exact split may be census dependent)
CARF Accredited
Hospital employed with full benefits, malpractice, CME allowance

Minimum Qualifications:

Doctorate degree in clinical/counseling psychology
Successful completion of an APA-accredited clinical psychology internship + postdoctoral training and/or relevant experience in rehabilitation psychology and/or neuropsychology
licensed or license-eligible in Idaho

What’s in it for You:

At St. Luke’s, caring for people in the communities we serve is our mission – and this includes our own SLHS team.  We offer a robust benefits package to support our teams both professionally and personally. In addition to a competitive salary and retirement plans, we ensure our team feels supported in their benefits beyond the typical medical, dental, and vision offerings.  We care about you and have fantastic financial and physical wellness options, such as: on-site massages, on-site counseling via our Employee Assistance Program, access to the Virgin Pulse Wellness application, as well as development, coaching and formal training offerings through our Talent Development platform to ensure you are meeting your career goals.

For more information on this opportunity, please contact  Renee Stacy:

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