Dr. Samuel Greenstein, MD of Cincinnati, Ohio has been warmly welcomed onto the Physician Board of the American Health Council for his dedicated services to the medical profession. Dr. Greenstein is an associate professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, where he has worked for the past 2 years. In total, he has worked in the healthcare industry for the past 6 years.
Initially, Dr. Greenstein started working in finance before changing direction and moving into the medical profession. He actually comes from a family of physicians. After deciding to pursue medicine, he initially began working in palliative care before realizing his true passion actually lie in psychiatry. In 2011 he achieved his MD qualification from Rutgers – New Jersey Medical School, where his major area of study was psychiatry. His personal and professional experiences have allowed him to refine his skills in providing diagnostic evaluation, medication management and psychotherapy.
A part of the The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, The UC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience was established in 1942 and is dedicated to revolutionizing behavioral healthcare through its various research programs including clinical, basic and translational. They are dedicated to being at the forefront of innovation in understanding and treating psychiatric disorders. The major services of the organization are mental health care and treatment of psychiatric disorders.
The responsibilities of Dr. Greenstein include consulting and treating admitted patients in the main hospital, seeing outpatients and overseeing residents, medical students and residency programs.
Within his career to date Dr. Greenstein is honoured to have been presented with a variety of awards including the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society and the David E. Roth Memorial Award, both in 2011, and The Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching most recently in 2017. Furthermore, he is passionate about continuing his learning and sharing his expertise with others through his active membership of the American Psychiatric Association, the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training. Dr. Greenstein credits his success to his hard work and dedication.
Looking to the future, Dr. Greenstein wants to continue delivering high levels of patient care as well as gaining further experience in residency education.
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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
- Founded in 1942, the UC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience is transforming behavioral health care through basic, clinical and translational research programs.
- Their vision is to be leaders in advancing the understanding and treatment of psychiatric disorders.
- American Psychiatric Association
- Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine
- American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training