Board Eligible/Board Certified psychiatrists - Lubbock, TX

Academic Psychiatry Opportunities


Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine is seeking Board Eligible/Board Certified psychiatrists to join our thriving academic practice.  Clinical opportunities abound throughout the community including:


The Department of Psychiatry’s residency program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.  It is a four year program and currently has 24 residents.  Emphasis is on general psychiatry supported by departmental and community resources in specialized care areas.  Residents participate in a progression of experiences which blend inpatient and outpatient care responsibilities with a series of didactic seminars.  Research activities are encouraged through opportunities in ongoing clinical and basic science studies.  Junior and senior medical students rotate through the department and resident have an opportunity to participate in their education.  


Lubbock is many things - the Hub City of the South Plains, home of Buddy Holly and countless nationally prominent musicians, cotton capital of Texas, and the center of a burgeoning wine industry. The cost of living is moderate, and opportunities for economic development are prevalent. Part of the sprawling and beautiful Llano Estacado, Lubbock is one of a kind.  Geographically located on the South Plains of Texas, Lubbock is a thriving city of approximately 312K who take great pride in their surroundings. A lot can be told about a city through its people, and Lubbock certainly has some of the friendliest people anywhere. Lubbock offers various charms – little traffic, art trails, outdoor activities, college sports, theater, and live music.


Questions may be directed to, Director of Faculty Recruitment


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