Andrew C. Philip, PhD, LP, Senior Director

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Dr. Andrew Philip is the Clinical Lead and Senior Director of Partnerships for PCDC’s Clinical and Quality Partners team. Andrew joined PCDC in 2018 as Senior Director of Clinical and Population health to coordinate and grow national training and consultation programs in the areas of care management, HIV prevention and treatment, and behavioral health. In his current role, Andrew is responsible for advancing clinical and business strategy and program execution in alignment with PCDC’s mission of enhancing health equity and excellence in primary care. Andrew is passionate about driving scalable, high-impact initiatives around integrating physical and behavioral health care and enhancing care for underserved and under-represented populations. Andrew is the immediate past Deputy Director of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions and past national trainer for the Department of Defense’s primary care behavioral health integration program. In addition to his work with PCDC, Andrew is active in private practice with a focus on behavioral medicine and LGBTQ+ health, serves as faculty for University of Michigan’s integrated care certificate program and Assistant Editor-in-Chief to the peer-reviewed journal, Telehealth and Medicine Today. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminal Justice from University at Albany, SUNY, and a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University. He is a Senior Fellow with the Partnership for Public Service in Washington, D.C.

Andrew’s areas of expertise are:

  • Physical and behavioral health integration
  • LGBTQ+ health
  • Developing and scaling training initiatives
  • Improving clinician resiliency
  • Clinical assessment and intervention