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Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network Medical Director - Crisis Services in Detroit, Michigan


Under the general supervision of the Chief Medical Officer, the Medical Director serves in accordance with the Michigan Mental Health Code, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) policies and administrative rules.  The Medical Director for the Crisis Program is responsible for the oversight and provisions of all services at the Crisis Care Center.  In addition to the part-time administrative responsibilities, the psychiatrist will be expected to have a combination of responsibilities that include supervision of the mobile crisis team, education for students, residents or fellows as applicable and providing direct clinical services.



  • Supervises all clinical activities for the 24/7 Crisis Program.
  • Provides clinical leadership and supervision of all medical/clinical aspects of service delivery.
  • Ensures psychiatric assessments and follow-ups are completed.
  • Provides direct psychiatric services.
  • Ensures that all individuals receive appropriate evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, nursing, medical screening and medical/psychiatric evaluation, whenever indicated.
  • Communicates complaints and incidents to supervisory personnel as needed.
  • Ensures that risk assessments, education, progress towards treatment goals, including medical, psychological, social behavioral (biopsychosocial input) and developmental aspects of the individual's situation are documented by medical providers.
  • Consults with primary healthcare providers on the clinical aspects of the individuals being served and the implications for those individual's physical healthcare needs.
  • Initiates and/or ensures appropriate responses to all medical emergencies.
  • Completes clinical documentation as required.
  • Participates in multidisciplinary team processes to ensure quality outcomes and standards of care.
  • Understands and adheres to DWIHN compliance standards as they appear in the Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policies.
  • Models empathetic, person-centered leadership and teamwork style.
  • Reviews policies, procedures and protocols for the delivery of psychiatric and medical services, including technical assistance and psychiatric input where needed.
  • Keeps abreast of all federal and state regulations and laws and all DWIHN policies as they presently exist and as they change or are modified.
  • Collaborates with Advanced Practice Professionals as applicable.
  • Supervises mobile crisis teams and is available for consultation to them.
  • Works and teaches students, residents or fellows as applicable.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.



  • Doctorate of Medicine or Osteopathic Medicine from an accredited university.


  • Completion of a psychiatric residency at an accredited program.


  • Board certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.


Additional Board Certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and/or Addiction Psychiatry is preferred.



  • Three (3) years of full-time paid professional experience working in a human service, social service, mental health or behavioral health setting.


  • One (1) year of full-time paid professional experience as an executive, administrator, manager or supervisor in a human service, social service, mental health or behavioral health setting.



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