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 is responsible for advancing clinical and business strategy in alignment with PCDC’s mission of enhancing health equity and excellence in primary care. In his role, Andrew supports a rapidly expanding national training and consultation portfolio in the areas of healthcare operations, clinical service delivery and population health through building public and private partnerships, client consultation, program development and thought leadership.

Andrew is a clinical health psychologist with a background as a behavioral health provider working shoulder-to-shoulder with many other disciplines in medical settings including acute trauma and intensive care, burn, neurology, palliative care, psychiatry, infectious disease, and primary care. He leverages this experience in large-scale clinical and population health training and implementation initiatives in some of the largest health systems in the country. Andrew is passionate about driving scalable, high-impact initiatives around integrating physical and behavioral healthcare, improving clinician resiliency in the face of unprecedented stress, and enhancing care for under-served, under-represented, and frankly under-valued populations.

Andrew previously served as PCDC’s Senior Director of Clinical & Population Health and is the immediate past Deputy Director of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions at the National Council for Behavioral Health, and served as a national trainer for the Department of Defense’s primary care behavioral health integration program. In addition to his work with PCDC, Andrew remains active in private practice with a focus on behavioral medicine and LGBTQ+ health, serves as Faculty for University of Michigan’s international integrated care certificate program, Co-Founder of Ingaige Care- a technology solution for building communities of resilient, thriving professionals, and Assistant Editor-in-Chief to the peer-reviewed journal, Telehealth and Medicine Today.

Andrew earned in BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice at SUNY Albany and MS and PhD in Clinical Psychology at Auburn University. He completed his postdoctoral work at the James A. Haley VA Hospital and is a Senior Fellow with the Partnership for Public Service, in Washington, DC.