Baystate Health is seeking a Full-time Clinical Psychologist

Baystate Health
Springfield, MA

Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Research and Development Manager, the Psychologist provides clinical services to children, adults, and families being treated at the Family Advocacy Center for symptoms related to trauma or traumatic grief. You will be asked to demonstrate doctorate level knowledge of developmental stages, personality structure and development, mental health diagnoses and current treatment modalities.

Clinical responsibilities include conducting intake interviews to obtain patient history information, contributing diagnostic information, making preliminary diagnoses, and participating in the development of an interdisciplinary assessment and treatment plan, individual evidence based psychotherapy, family therapy, group therapy and collaboration with outside agencies (e.g., DCF, public and private schools, daycare centers, mental health agencies, child advocacy groups), and contributions by other psychological disciplines.

Additional responsibilities will include:

•    Provides age appropriate trauma-informed treatment to patients.
•    Evaluates patients to assess presenting problem, contributing history, and current mental status.
•    Develops behaviorally trauma-informed treatment plans including measurable treatment goals.
•    Completes all documentation related to treatment in the clinical record according to established standards consistent with NCQA guidelines.
•    Manages the necessary documentation and provides the information required by third party payers to secure reimbursement.
•    Conducts meetings with families, significant others and other service providers as delineated in the treatment plan.
•    Demonstrates skill of collaboration, advocacy and linkage as they relate to patient care.  Provides patients and families with information on community resources and appropriately refers patients/families to identified resources.  Participates in patient and family educational efforts.
•    Provides strategic information and input to the Practice Manager as needed for service quality evaluation, and program development.
•    As supported by the Clinical Research and Development Manager, participates in teaching activities and academic activities, which may include the clinical supervision of practicum students, post-doctoral students and other clinicians as requested.
•    Participates in other special activities and contributes to the development of programs for the department as requested by the Practice Manager.
•    Observes all health and safety requirements.
•    Expected to perform other similar and related duties as assigned.
•    Management has the right to add or change to the job responsibilities at any time.

Grant Information:

This position is fully funded by a grant.  As a grant funded employee, you will be considered a Baystate Health employee with the following stipulations:

Your employment will be for the duration of the grant.  Continued employment, beyond the initial period, is contingent upon the availability of new grant funding.

What You Need To Know:

Full-time / 36 hours

Loc: Springfield, MA


•    Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
•    Massachusetts Psychologist license or license eligible is required
•    Experience in providing treatment in outpatient mental health settings
•    Experience working with individuals with trauma histories is preferred

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

•    Knowledge of trauma-informed practice
•    Excellent interpersonal skills
•    Excellent communication skills, written and oral
•    Knowledge base related to issues of cultural competence
•    Must be Spanish/English Bilingual


The Children’s Center

Full time Licensed Psychologist to provide comprehensive mental health services to very young children and their families including assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and Family and Individual Child Therapy. Clientele includes children with severe emotional and behavioral problems, early childhood trauma, and children with autism spectrum disorders and their families.  Successful candidates must demonstrate clinical experience with toddlers and preschool aged children and experience with evidence based trauma treatments. 

•    Utah licensure as Psychologist
•    Clinical experience with children birth to age seven and their families
•    Experience using evidence based interventions for childhood trauma
•    Excellent spoken and written communication skills
•    Ability to work independently, set priorities for assignments, meet deadlines, and enthusiastically participate as part of an interdisciplinary team
•    Highly motivated to learn new skills and work in a stimulating and busy clinical environment

OTHER:  Competitive salary and benefits.  The Children’s Center is a private, non profit community agency that provides comprehensive mental health care to children and their families across the socioeconomic spectrum.  We offer a range of services based upon the mental health needs of each child and family, including outpatient family and group therapy, as well as therapeutic preschool services. The Children’s Center is a partner with the National Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) so clinicians at The Center are able to participate in national trainings focused on the use of evidenced based treatments for early childhood trauma.  Extensive professional training and supervision is provided.

CONTACT:  Send resumes to Douglas Goldsmith, Ph.D. by email at or fax to 801-582-5540.

Psychologist I

Kennedy Krieger Institute

The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS) at Kennedy Krieger Institute has a position open for a Psychologist to provide assessment and treatment services. 

CCFTS, located in Baltimore Maryland, strongly encourages the use of evidence-based treatments, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. The Psychologist will provide psychotherapy with children who have experienced trauma through physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, domestic and community violence. The Psychologist I will also provide assessments of children along a continuum of screenings to full psychological evaluations. Areas of assessment include emotional, cognitive, achievement, and developmental functioning of referred children. The Doctoral Level Psychologist may also participate in research and training activities.

For information about our program, please go to:

The Psychologist I provides psychotherapy in the treatment program of the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress. These children are primarily those who have experienced or may be at risk for trauma through physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, domestic and community violence.  Psychologist I also provides assessments of children along a continuum of screenings to full psychological evaluations. These are formal evaluations requiring the use of psychometrically sound instruments in addition to clinical interviewing. Areas of assessment include emotional, cognitive, achievement, and developmental functioning of referred children. The position requires the ability to address the needs of this population. The Doctoral Level Psychologist may also participate in research or other projects at the direction of the Director of Clinical Services.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  1. Provides psychotherapy to children through individual, family, or group modalities as appropriate.
  2. Provides psychological evaluations covering cognitive, emotional, and achievement functioning of referred children.
  3. Participates in psychology staff meetings and staff meetings of the family center so as to aid in ongoing program development.
  4. Demonstrates ability to work clinically with severely disturbed children including identifying and managing acute crises.
  5. Collaborates with the referring agency, the local department of social services and the school system to assist them in utilizing the evaluation/treatments services in the development of the agency services plan for the child and the family.
  6. Maintains client activity at the projected level set by the administrative staff.
  7. Maintains the medical record for each client, which may include psychological evaluations, assessment and treatment plan, progress notes, reviews, and discharge summaries.
  8. May participate in the field instruction program and supervise externs when interest and capacity is demonstrated.


    Doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited college, university, or professional school and is licensed to practice psychology in the state of Maryland.


    Must have had at least one year's experience in clinical psychological work with children, preferably in a community or hospital setting with children who are traumatized, severely emotionally disturbed, or who have experienced abuse/neglect.
    Completion of a one year internship in clinical psychology.


Apply here.


The Ottawa Centre for Resilience (OCFR)

The Ottawa Centre for Resilience (OCFR) is a specialized mental health centre for hard to engage, high-­‐risk children, youth, and families. We are set to open our doors in May 2016. Our mission is to be leaders in the provision of accessible, effective, trauma-­‐ informed assessment and treatment to children, teens, and families impacted by experiences of adversity, trauma, and mental health difficulties.

Applicant Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Registered and in good standing with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
  • Training in treatment and assessment of children, adolescents, and families
  • Strong interpersonal communication (both written and verbal) and organizational skills
  • Ability to work well both independently and within a team
  • Training and experience in evidenced-­‐based approaches for issues related to:
    • AdoptionAttachment
    • Children in Care (CAS)
    • Co-­‐parenting
    • Disruptive Behaviours
    • Emotion & Self-­‐regulation
    • Self-­‐harming
    • Trauma (including Complex Developmental Trauma)
    • Sex Trafficked Children and Youth
    • Youth justice

Extra Preference Given to Applicants with:

  • Ability to provide services in French
  • Forensic experience

Some Benefits of working at OCFR:

  • Competitive salary & health benefits
  • Flexible schedule
  • Balanced workload – we strive to create an environment in which clinicians can be their best, and therefore support our staff to find a balance between direct client hours, administrative/record-­‐keeping tasks, professional reading, continuing education, teaching & supervision, and centre/ program development
  • Weekly team meetings that include peer supervision/case consultation, journal and book club, and discussions re: centre development. We aim to foster a passionate, supportive, and cohesive team environment
  • Opportunities to be involved in centre and program development – various leadership options available (e.g., outcome monitoring, research, marketing, outreach)
  • Training and supervision in cutting-­‐edge evidence-­‐based treatments for developmental effects of childhood trauma
  • Newly renovated and furnished offices (with sound insulation), include staff kitchen/lunch room, conference room for groups, testing, meetings, and a sensory room for body-­‐based (e.g., sensorimotor) trauma approaches
  • Administrative support (client scheduling, invoicing, filing, etc.)
  • Cloud-­‐based clinic software for keeping paperless client files accessible securely at home or work
  • Waiting room with snacks, drinks, and toys for clients.
  • Testing materials for psycho-­‐educational and mental health assessments
  • Free client parking

Please submit applications, including CV and cover letter, to: 

Licensed Psychologist

Headington Institute
Pasadena, CA

The Headington Institute cares for caregivers worldwide by promoting the physical hardiness, emotional resilience, and spiritual vitality of humanitarian aid workers and emergency first-responders.  The Institute strengthens aid organizations by encouraging the wellbeing of their staff, making it a partner in worldwide humanitarian and emergency responder work.  When responders have effective self-care techniques, satisfying interpersonal relationships, adequate organizational support, and sufficient public interest, they thrive in their work.  This results in stronger organizations that more effectively serve their beneficiaries.  The Institute’s ultimate goal is for all relief and development workers and emergency responders to have what they need to maintain their wellbeing and flourish.

Cofounded by Drs. James Guy and Tim Headington in early 2001, the Headington Institute provides counseling, training, consultation, online resources, and research services worldwide.  In the past year, Institute staff made twenty-five trips to twelve countries to provide services to more than one thousand people.  Close to one thousand international aid workers participated in a research project to investigate factors promoting human resilience.  More than two hundred thousand individuals accessed Headington Institute’s free online training materials in the past twelve months. 

The Institute staff consists of six fulltime and six part-time individuals, many with over thirty years of professional experience.  This includes doctoral level clinical psychologists and a board-certified neuropsychologist.  The nine-member Board of Directors provides guiding oversight and support, drawing on their varied and valuable experience in nonprofit, business, academic, and government work.  Together with more than three hundred committed donors, they comprise a strong team poised for further growth in the years ahead. 

The Headington Institute’s annual operating budget exceeds one million dollars.  Approximately sixty percent comes from charitable contributions, and the remainder is derived from professional fee income.  The cash reserves fund exceeds six months of general operating expenses.  Annual income has outpaced expenses every year since inception.

Reporting to the Vice President for Clinical Services, the successful candidate will join a dedicated team guided by the Institute’s core values of compassion, excellence, transcendence, responsibility, generosity, cooperation, and advocacy.  S/he will help maintain a world-renowned organization where talented people do worthwhile work in a sustainable way.

The Consulting Psychologist will be deployed to provide training and counseling services to international relief and development workers worldwide. S/he will also provide assessment, counseling, and consultation services for participants in high intensity, scenario-based security trainings offered to international humanitarian aid workers.  Finally, s/he will be responsible for providing psychological services in our new emergency first-responder program, to promote the personal and team resilience and trauma recovery of domestic law enforcement officers, fire fighters, and related emergency response personnel. 



The Consulting Psychologist will possess the ability to quickly build successful, collaborative relationships with individuals representing complex domestic and multinational government and nongovernment organizations.  This requires superior intelligence, creative vision, common sense, excellent social skills, high energy, patience, and strong analytical thinking.

As a consulting psychologist working with the populations we serve, it is important to possess excellent training and significant experience with the assessment and treatment of a wide range of psychopathology and personality functioning.  The confidence and ability to work alone, in a variety of settings where shifting roles and boundaries necessitate sound professional judgment, are important assets.

The Institute functions in an international context requiring high self-awareness, advanced social skills, and practiced diplomacy.  To succeed here, the successful candidate must be flexible and skilled in cross-cultural communication.  The travel is rigorous, the fieldwork is demanding, and the work challenges are significant and complex.  S/he must bring confidence and poise to high-stress, high-risk environments where client needs take priority over personal comfort.  S/he must be in good health and able to travel and work in international, physically challenging environments. 

Years of research and practice have shown that a holistic approach to wellness is most effective for maintaining resilience in this population.  This includes an appreciation for the importance of personal spiritual practice in the lives of many humanitarian workers and emergency responders.  Since we work with individuals representing all faiths and worldviews, the Consulting Psychologist will be someone who recognizes the importance of meaning, purpose, transcendence, and faith in promoting wellbeing and trauma recovery. 

The Headington Institute places high priority on maintaining staff wellbeing in a healthy, cordial workplace environment.  To be successful within our organization, employees must also be mature, honest, independent, pleasant, and humble.  This is a tightly knit team where mutual respect, kindness, and consideration are paramount. 

After more than fifteen years of steady growth, the Institute is positioned for further expansion over the next three years.  The successful candidate must bring the courage and boldness required for this next phase of development.  Working collaboratively with the entire Institute team, there is an opportunity to think creatively about new, more effective ways to accomplish our mission. 

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

Career Path Leading to this Position:
The Consulting Psychologist should have three or more years of relevant post-doctoral professional experience.  She/he must have a proven record as an outstanding clinician.  Professional experience with emergency responders is an important asset.  International travel and work experience is an advantage.  It would be helpful to have proven writing and public speaking ability.  Significant consulting, program development, and training experience are expected.  While the successful candidate will likely come from the nonprofit sector, candidates from other contexts with the ability to adapt successfully to this environment will be considered. 
The Consulting Psychologist must hold a doctorate in clinical psychology or a related field, with a license to practice independently.  S/he will work on weekdays in the Institute’s Pasadena office when not traveling.  Some weekend work and travel is necessary.  This is a fulltime position, although a part-time appointment will be considered, depending on the match between the needs of the candidate and those of the Institute.
Annual compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience.  A generous benefits package will be provided.  Relocation assistance is negotiable.


Please direct inquiries, nominations, and applications including a resume/vitae and a compelling letter of interest in confidence to Dr. James Guy, President.  Electronic submission is required (


The Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County
Rockville, MD (a suburb of Washington, DC)

The Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County, MD is pleased to offer a part-time psychologist position. The Tree House is a Child Advocacy Center (CAC), which is an organization that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children who have experienced child abuse and/or severe neglect. We work closely with Child Protective Services and law enforcement to help ensure that families are receiving comprehensive clinical and forensic services.
We are advertising for a part-time position and will give preference to those applicants who can begin immediately. The primary responsibility of the psychologist will be to provide supervision to a group of practicum students who are in doctoral programs. The psychologist may provide therapy to traumatized children (ages 3-18) and their parents/families. We use research based interventions, including Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) as well as some Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). The psychologist may also be asked to provide Psychological Consults, which entails conducting an intake interview, administering some screening measures, and developing a brief report and recommendations for treatment. Psychological testing opportunities may also be available as interest and time allow.
If interested, please email or fax a cover letter and CV to Dr. Stephanie Wolf at the contact information below.


Stephanie Wolf, J.D., Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
7300 Calhoun Pl, Suite 600
Rockville, MD  20855
Phone: 240-777-1088
Fax: 240-777-4470

Assessment Psychologist

The Masonic Homes of California (MHC) and the Masonic Center for Youth and Families (MCYAF)
San Francisco, California

The Masonic Homes of California (MHC) and the Masonic Center for Youth and Families (MCYAF) are committed to a culture of leadership.  Our culture is to provide superior service to the members, residents and staff through a sound and progressive model of service/care which aligns our mission, vision and operations.  We demonstrate excellence in core services and we understand the true value of time, budgets, safety and satisfaction.  We are dedicated to disciplined innovation while creating a culture of continuous quality improvement - we are a learning company.  We are committed to sharing our knowledge and being an organization that naturally attracts the best and brightest talent.  We are able to perform both essential functions and measurable behaviors while being team-oriented, caring and honest.

An Assessment Psychologist at MCYF is responsible for providing in-depth assessments of children and adolescents in accordance with the quality standards and clinical guidelines established by MCYF.  Providers will be expected to participate in treatment conferences and case consultations and work collaboratively with those on the treatment team.  A deep appreciation for the collaborative and integrated approach to treatment is essential.

UNM’s confidentiality policy (“Disclosure of Information About Candidates for Employment,” UNM Board of Regents’ Policy 6.7), which includes information about public disclosure of documents submitted by applicants, is located at

The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Educator.



  • Meets with Assessment Director to discuss intake information and plan individualized assessment battery.
  • Meets with child/adolescent and parents to describe the purpose and process of the comprehensive assessment approach that includes, cognitive and/or neuropsychological assessment.
  • Conducts comprehensive range of tests with child/adolescent.
  • Reviews collateral information and talks with parents, teachers, others as appropriate.
  • Meets with Assessment Director to review findings.
  • Writes summary report and reviews with Assessment Director.
  • Consults with clinical staff about most appropriate feedback of assessment results to child/adolescent and parents.
  • Remains available for consultation with treating clinician as needed.
  • Provides follow-up assessment as indicated.
  • Participates in weekly case consultation meeting.
  • Adheres to quality standards and risk management procedures of MCYF.
  • Documents according to the protocols established by the Clinical and Assessment Directors.
  • Participates in mandated trainings and meetings.
  • Acts as a liaison with community, clinical and school audiences to help publicize the work of MCYF.
  • Other duties necessary to promote clinical excellence, continuity of care and the success of MCYF.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 


  • PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology with 3 years of experience in clinical practice.   A valid license in the state of California.
  • Training in cognitive, personality and neuro-psychological assessment.
  • Training in child and adolescent services.
  • History of a collaborative and integrated approach to care.
  • Appreciation for and experience with integrating assessment findings into treatment planning.
  • Commitment to outcome studies that inform care

Interested applicants should submit a CV, Cover Letter, and 2 sample reports to:
Antonia Servat
Business Operations Manager

Pediatric Psychologist

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children
Atlanta, GA

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children, is currently conducting a search for a Psychologist.  The Stephanie V. Blank Center is a service of Children's at Scottish Rite and Children's at Hughes Spalding hospitals, which promotes the safety and well-being of children through advocacy in the community and the identification, assessment and prevention of child abuse.

Funding will be provided through the Georgia Child Traumatic Stress Initiative, a SAMHSA-funded collaboration between the Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine. The Psychologist will be a member of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Specialty practice with academic appointment at Emory University School of Medicine, and will support the behavioral health team at the Scottish Rite Campus. Specific responsibilities are outlined below.


•    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Psychology or Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D).
•    Proficient in neuropsychological and/or psychological assessments and/or treatments of children, adolescents, and young adults.
•    Licensure as a psychologist in the State of Georgia is mandatory.
•    A minimum of 4 years’ experience in direct assessment and care of pediatric patients in an inpatient and/or outpatient setting.
•    Experience conducting clinical supervision.
•    Experience providing family therapy/counseling preferred.
•    Excellent writing and research experience preferred.
•    BLS certification is required.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

•    Participate as part of multidisciplinary team evaluating children and adolescents (patients) alleging maltreatment (physical abuse, sexual abuse)
•    Conduct parent consultations and behavioral health screening of patients seen for forensic interviews and medical exams
•    Conduct 2 to 3-session diagnostic evaluations (trauma assessments) of patients with positive behavioral health screens
•    Implement evidence-based, trauma-informed therapy for children with substantiated maltreatment and trauma-related symptoms: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
•    Contribute to behavioral health program development and evaluation consistent with objectives of the Georgia Child Traumatic Stress Initiative
•    Participate in the telemental health program, providing TF-CBT to patients in rural Georgia
•    Provide on-site supervision and consultation to behavioral health staff at Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children
•    Develop and present webinars for child-serving organizations on topics related to child maltreatment
•    Participate in educational opportunities at the SVB Center


Interested candidates, please contact Pryia Rice, Physician Recruiter at or apply online at

Clinical Psychologist

Mildred and Frank Feinberg Division of the Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans
Bay Shore, NY 11706

We are seeking candidates with strong clinical, interpersonal, and organizational skills for the Mildred and Frank Feinberg Division of the Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families that is being co-sponsored by the North Shore - LIJ Health System and the Northport VA Medical Center. Located in Bay Shore, Long Island, the Center represents a unique collaborative effort between a VA Medical Center and a not-for-profit Health System to evaluate and treat veterans and their family members (including children) under one roof. Most veterans will be treated by VA personnel, and family members will be treated by North Shore-LIJ personnel, with a cross-talk methodology to optimally treat the family unit. This full time staff psychologist position will be part of the North Shore-LIJ personnel contingent.


Clinical duties:

  • Primary Therapist: Provide evaluations, diagnostic assessment, and evidenced based therapy for individuals and families. Candidate should be competent in the delivery of psychotherapy to children, adults, and families. While the population primarily consists of family members of Veterans, there are opportunities to work with Veterans as well.
  • Group Therapist: Develop, organize, lead, and supervise group psychotherapy.
  • Training/Supervision: Offer training and supervision to fellows and other psychology trainees.
  • Treatment Team Member: Participate in the ongoing development and maintenance of the cross-talk methodology that is at the heart of this collaborative model with the VA.
  • Research: Participate in research projects and program evaluation that is being conducted at the site.
  • Other Responsibilities: Participate in departmental meetings and obtain continuing education.


  • Candidates must have completed their doctorate from an APA accredited program in clinical, counseling, or school-clinical psychology.
  • Candidates must have completed their internship in clinical psychology.
  • Candidates must possess a valid New York State License to practice Psychology
  • Clinical training and experience working with children
  • Experience working in an outpatient setting
  • Experience with evidenced based treatments

Experience with military service members/veterans and families is a plus. Groups historically underrepresented in Psychology are encouraged to apply. Please submit cover letter and CV to:

Mayer Bellehsen, PhD
The Mildred & Frank Feinberg Division
of the Unified Behavioral Health Center
132 East Main Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
Tel: 631-647-2539

Child/Adolescent Psychologist

Sanford Health
Fargo, North Dakota

Sanford Health, Fargo, ND, is recruiting for a fully rounded Child/Adolescent Psychologist to join the Behavioral Health department. Currently, the department staff consists of five psychologists, five child psychiatrists and two master level triage therapists. TFCBT and an interest in treating younger children are preferred. To learn more about Sanford Health, visit:  Fargo, ND is a thriving, tri-college community of 190,000. High quality elementary and secondary education is a priority. Close proximity to Minnesota lake country offers access to a multitude of four season outdoor activities. To learn more about the Fargo community, visit:


Eligible Candidates must:
•    Incumbent must possess Doctoral degree from an APA accredited program. Must have completed a 12 month APA approved pre-doctoral internship and one year of post-doctoral supervised clinical practice.
•    Current licensure, or eligible to be licensed, in the state of practice is required.
•    Provides appropriate therapy interventions to patients with defined problems or mental and emotional disorders.
•    Manages her/his practice to ensure a high quality of patient care and to be productive in the Sanford Health.
•    Demonstrates the ability to work effectively with a treatment team within MCHS to deliver quality patient care when a treatment team approach to care is indicated.
•    Utilizes appropriate psychological assessments and provides timely and useful interpretations of those assessments to psychiatric colleagues.
•    Seeks peer supervision or consultation with colleagues when progress in patient care is less than expected and when ethical or professional problems emerge in the context of therapy.
•    Demonstrates knowledge in current ethics and professional responsibilities in the profession of psychology. Integrates a high standard of ethical conduct in daily professional work.


To apply, send a letter of interest, resume/CV, and 3 letters of recommendation to Amy Dockter via email at: Applications accepted until the position is filled.

Amy Dockter, Physician Recruiter
Sanford Health Physician Placement
Phone: 701-417-4817
Fax: 701-417-4136

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