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Residency Training Director in Savannah, GA

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Application Deadline: December 31, 2024

Residency Training Leadership Opportunity in Savannah:

Gateway Community Service Board in Savannah, GA is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic clinical educator to serve as the next Residency Program Director as we continue to expand our Graduate Medical Education Department.  This is an exciting opportunity to work in an academic department structure within a community setting.

Candidates with previous experience as APD or PD will be considered.  Faculty appointments are with Mercer University School of Medicine and Medical College of Georgia, with which Gateway is affiliated.

Gateway seeks to provide person-centered, recovery-oriented, trauma-informed, evidence-based, cost-efficient patient care across the full continuum of treatment in a collaborative healthcare environment.   Gateway’s residency program was developed in 2019 to train community-focused psychiatrists. General residency class size is seven with first class of graduates in 2022.  Child and Adolescent Fellowship accepted first fellows in 2023 and Addiction Medicine Fellowship will begin in 2024.  

For a view of the Residency:

Responsibilities for the program director include program development and evaluation; recruiting, selecting, evaluating, and supervising residentsmonitoring, evaluating and coordinating courses and rotations; chairing the residency training committee; and community engagement.  

The PD opportunity will have 0.5 FTE for clinical care and 0.5 FTE for education/administration.


Education anExperience


• At least three years of clinical experience post residency.
• Board Certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
• Prior leadership with a record of success.
• Previous teaching experience in a psychiatry residency program.


• Previous experience as an associate program director or program director.
• Experience in development, implementation, and evaluation of outcomes indicators and/or systems analysis or CQI.

The Community Service Boards (CSB) were created in 1992 to be the “Safety Net” for uninsured and underinsured people throughout the state of Georgia.  CSBs provide the fullcontinuum of care for mental health, substance use disorders, and intellectual & developmental disorders. Gateway serves more than 10,000 adults and 1,800 children and adolescents annually for mental health and substance use disorders and more than 300 people with developmental disabilities.  

The lifestyle quality and work-life balance opportunities on the Georgia coast are superb.  Savannah is a dynamic city with a focus on arts and music as well as nearby beaches and water-sports.  Jacksonville is two hours away, Atlanta three and a half.

Please send any inquiries and CV to


Contact Information:

Krystle Graham
601 E 66th st
Savannah , GA 31405