Title: Manager of Clinical Practice Improvement
Company: Central City Integrated Health
Location: West Bloomfield, Michigan, United States
Virgil M. Williams, Jr., Manager of Clinical Practice Improvement at Central City Integrated Health, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in healthcare administration.
After initially obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Wayne State University, Mr. Williams continued his education with a Master of Social Work from Wayne State. He holds more than 35 years of hands-on experience in the field of social work, excelling as a pre-court screener, clinical therapist, and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Clinician as well as an ACT Supervisor, inpatient psychiatric hospital administrator and as vice president for a mental health outpatient Program. In addition, Mr. Williams served as president of Wayne State’s University School of Social Work’s Alumni Board and has as a volunteer on several local advisory boards.
Since 2016, Mr. Williams has provided superior service as manager of clinical practice improvement with Central City Integrated Health, a premier wellness services provider in the Detroit area, staffed by licensed health care professionals who provide quality care to all people regardless of insurance status or income level, with patients able to access a wide variety of services that include primary and pediatric care, dental care, behavioral health services, substance use disorder treatment, supportive housing and community re-entry. He provides oversight of the day-to-day operations of the clinic including ensuring that all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements are met.
Mr. Williams attributes his success to his mother and his high school teacher, Miss Crosswade from Union City High School, who were his mentors. As a career highlight, he cites the Assertive Community Treatment Program an effective and research data outcome program that helps improve the lives of people suffering from mental illness. In coming years, Mr. Williams would like to improve the training of clinicians coming into the field and to train the workforce to improve conditions for the people who receive services.
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