Improving the lives of Veterans with mental health issues is incredibly rewarding. And that’s just one of the many reasons to consider becoming a VA psychiatrist. See some of the great benefits VA psychiatrists enjoy.
At VA hospitals throughout the nation, opportunities are available for psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals, as we look to hire 1,000 mental health providers this year. Consider a career with VA if you’re interested in improving the lives of America’s Veterans.

As an integral part of an interdisciplinary team, you’ll treat several of today’s most urgent mental health issues (e.g., PTSD) using best practices, groundbreaking research and more. You will also have the chance to work virtually anywhere in the country, as you only need one active state license to practice at any VA facility. No matter where you are, you’ll receive outstanding benefits such as generous paid time off and other perks that will help you keep a healthy work-life balance. It’s all part of serving patients who’ve proudly served America.
Positions are available nationwide, including the following cities:
• Spokane, WA

• Marion/Ft Wayne, IN

• Bath, NY

• Sussex, NJ

• Lebanon, PA

• Chillicothe, OH

• Madison, WI

• White City, OR

• Des Moines, IA

• St. Cloud, MN

• Coatesville, PA

• Lexington, KY

Our Mental Health Department is an essential part of our organization, providing unique opportunities to care for people who’ve protected our nation.

Pursue a career with us today by emailing your résumé to our Virtual Recruiting Center at

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Published on Jun. 15, 2018

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  1. spence wainright June 18, 2018 at 7:10 am

    ….just don’t expect Comp snd Pen to respect or accept your comptent and learned expertise.
    Thier person with an AA will trump your multiple MD’s and PHD’s every time in Florida.

  2. Kim Kay Carol McCarty Martin June 15, 2018 at 10:34 am

    Wheres the openings for VA Montana? We are in short supply as we do not have enough and those we have are booked months ahead. Alot of our Phycs are telemed out of state. Not cool

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