Psychology, General    
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Summary
Qualifications
1 year specialized psychology care for women; preferred
2 years mental health experience
Ability to fulfill credentialing requirements for clinical privileges
Board Certified/Board Eligible Clinical Psychologist
Clinical License in Psychology in State of Louisiana
Doctorate Degree in Psychology/Psychotherapy Ph.D/Psy.D.
 
About our Facility
Woman’s mission is to improve the health of women and infants.
Woman’s Hospital was one of the first women’s specialty hospitals in the nation, and is currently one of the largest in the United States. Opened in November 1968, Woman’s is a private, nonprofit organization that is consistently recognized for its care of women and infants.

Woman’s performs more than 7,300 surgeries, 43,900 mammograms, and 75,700
Pap screens.

Woman’s is the 17th largest delivery service in the United States and the largest in Louisiana.
Woman’s was the first area hospital to achieve Nursing Magnet® status.
Woman’s received the 2016 Guardian of Excellence Award from Press Ganey Associates, Inc. for outstanding patient experience and the Top Performer on Key Quality Measures recognition from The Joint Commission.
For the past ten years, Woman’s has been named one of Modern Healthcare Magazine’s Top Places to Work in Healthcare.
 
Woman’s at a Glance
Licensed hospital beds: 168
Licensed NICU beds: 84
Employees: 1,831
Surgeries: 7,307
Births: 8,638
Pap tests: 75,707
Breast procedures: more than 43,907
 
Lifestyle and Regional Appeal
Baton Rouge is Louisiana’s “Capital City” and the hub of all things Louisiana. With a prime, central location—just an hour away from New Orleans and Lafayette—Baton Rouge is the perfect city to explore the eclectic culture of this amazing state. Louisiana’s Capital City highlights the unique history, music, culture and outdoors that both visitors to Louisiana and locals alike enjoy. With French, Spanish, Creole and Native American roots, our city is rich in its culture and politics. Nicknamed the “Red Stick,” Baton Rouge houses over 300 years of history, much of which can be tasted in our food, seen in our architecture and learned through our state’s history.

The nine-parish Baton Rouge Area, encompassing Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, West Baton Rouge and West Feliciana parishes boasts a combination of geographic, economic, political and workforce assets that consistently land it among the top-performing regions  in the country.

•Proximity and accessibility to multimodal transportation
•Wide variety of culture including renowned music, art, film and food festivals
•Low overall cost of living and great quality of life experiences
•Local universities and colleges including
(Louisiana State University, Southern University, Baton Rouge Community College and River Parishes Community College)
•Diverse culture and recreational opportunities