A role of a medical director is to provide leadership to a healthcare organization/facility. A medical director is responsible for providing guidelines and protocols to clinical staff in order to facilitate the standard of care for patients at the facility.
The medical director takes on the responsibility of the professional development of clinical staff, including training, peer support, quality control, chart reviews and audits, and certification.
The medical director plays a paramount role in facility accreditation and insurance credentialing.
Psychiatrists at Scottsdale Mental Health and Wellness Institute are well equipped and experienced in the roles of Chief Medical Officers and Facility Medical Directors.
If your facility is in need of a medical director please contact SMHWI to set up a meeting and discuss how we can help your facility.