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Dr. Jim Davis is a principal at MCFI and is a licensed psychiatrist by trade. He earned his BA and MD from Indiana University as has served as Medical Director of numerous mental health facilities all across the United States. Dr. Davis also owns a horse farm near Indianapolis Indiana and is an active in many community and regional organizations.

Dr. Davis has held the position of Medical Director of Adolescent Services at Rivendell Behavioral Services in Bowling Green, Kentucky since 1997. In that capacity he achieved joint  commission of Healthcare Organizations  Accreditation and served as the Attending Psychiatrist  for children  and adolescents  ages four years old  through  eighteen  years old  with psychiatric  diagnoses  requiring inpatient and extended care hospitalizations.

Dr. Davis has had 18 years of experience in the treatment of children and adolescents in psychiatric inpatient, partial, and outpatient settings and has been JACHO reviewed and state licensed for the same in Indiana and Kentucky. This has included children with a wide range of diagnostic problems including: Childhood Schizophrenia, Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder, Autistic Spectrum and Developmental Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Conduct Disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorders, and a full spectrum of Childhood Anxiety Disorders. In addition, Dr. Davis has had extensive experience being the team leader and supervising the provision of treatment by Child Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists and Social Workers.

Dr. Davis served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, from July 1975 thru July 1993. While serving in this capacity Dr. Davis taught third year Psychiatric Residents the care and treatment of behaviorally impaired children and adolescents and helped prepare the residents to sit for the Board Certification Examinations for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Davis served as Chief Medical Officer and  Corporate  Medical Director from August  1997  until  July  2000  for Children's Comprehensive Services, Inc. a full spectrum national network fo r services to at risk youth, based in Nashville, TN. In  this capacity Dr. Davis was the Clinical Director of the Compliance Audit Team that reviewed the quality of child and adolescent services provided by CCS in their hospitals  and partial hospitalization  programs in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Florid a, Texas, Montana, Utah, and Michigan.

Dr. Davis has provided consultation to the Department of Juvenile Justice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and has served as Chief Facility Consultant to the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center from January 2003 until present.

Dr. Davis graduated as chief Resident of psychiatry at Cincinnati  General Hospital, University of Cincinnati  Medical Center, with special training-in children and Adolescent Services in the Community  Health Division, and was nominated by the Department of Psychiatry as outstanding  Resident for the Advancement of Psychiatry National Fellowship Award.

Dr. Davis’ career has spanned from Attending Psychiatrist at Wabash Valley Alliance Behavioral Health Center, The Mennonite Health Services Alliance, The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Wellstone Regional Hospital, to Network Medical Director at Seven Hills Behavioral Institute, Charter Hospital and Community Hospital where he also served as a Director/Member. Dr. Davis also served as Chief Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director at Gallahue Mental Health Care Community Hospital. Dr. Davis expansive career found him as Chief Medical Officer at Children’s Comprehensive Service, Chief Psychiatric Consultant of Fairbanks Hospital and Chief Resident of Psychiatry at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Davis also was Founder/President of Davis Psychiatric Clinic and Indiana Health Group in Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Jim Davis is a principal at MCFI and is a licensed psychiatrist by trade. He earned his BA and MD from Indiana University as has served as Medical Director of numerous mental health facilities all across the United States. Dr. Davis also owns a horse farm near Indianapolis Indiana and is an active in many community and regional organizations.

Dr. Davis has held the position of Medical Director of Adolescent Services at Rivendell Behavioral Services in Bowling Green, Kentucky since 1997. In that capacity he achieved joint  commission of Healthcare Organizations  Accreditation and served as the Attending Psychiatrist  for children  and adolescents  ages four years old  through  eighteen  years old  with psychiatric  diagnoses  requiring inpatient and extended care hospitalizations.

Dr. Davis has had 18 years of experience in the treatment of children and adolescents in psychiatric inpatient, partial, and outpatient settings and has been JACHO reviewed and state licensed for the same in Indiana and Kentucky. This has included children with a wide range of diagnostic problems including: Childhood Schizophrenia, Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder, Autistic Spectrum and Developmental Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Conduct Disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorders, and a full spectrum of Childhood Anxiety Disorders. In addition, Dr. Davis has had extensive experience being the team leader and supervising the provision of treatment by Child Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists and Social Workers.

Dr. Davis served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, from July 1975 thru July 1993. While serving in this capacity Dr. Davis taught third year Psychiatric Residents the care and treatment of behaviorally impaired children and adolescents and helped prepare the residents to sit for the Board Certification Examinations for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Davis served as Chief Medical Officer and  Corporate  Medical Director from August  1997  until  July  2000  for Children's Comprehensive Services, Inc. a full spectrum national network fo r services to at risk youth, based in Nashville, TN.  In  this capacity Dr. Davis was the Clinical Director of the Compliance Audit Team that reviewed the quality of child and adolescent services provided by CCS in their hospitals  and partial hospitalization  programs in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Florid a, Texas, Montana, Utah, and Michigan.

Dr. Davis has provided consultation to the Department of Juvenile Justice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and has served as Chief Facility Consultant to the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center from January 2003 until present.

Dr. Davis graduated as chief Resident of psychiatry at Cincinnati  General Hospital, University of Cincinnati  Medical Center, with special training-in children and Adolescent Services in the Community  Health Division, and was nominated by the Department of Psychiatry as outstanding  Resident for the Advancement of Psychiatry National Fellowship Award.

Dr. Davis’ career has spanned from Attending Psychiatrist at Wabash Valley Alliance Behavioral Health Center, The Mennonite Health Services Alliance, The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Wellstone Regional Hospital, to Network Medical Director at Seven Hills Behavioral Institute, Charter Hospital and Community Hospital where he also served as a Director/Member. Dr. Davis also served as Chief Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director at Gallahue Mental Health Care Community Hospital. Dr. Davis expansive career found him as Chief Medical Officer at Children’s Comprehensive Service, Chief Psychiatric Consultant of Fairbanks Hospital and Chief Resident of Psychiatry at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Davis also was Founder/President of Davis Psychiatric Clinic and Indiana Health Group in Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Jim Davis is a principal at MCFI and is a licensed psychiatrist by trade. He earned his BA and MD from Indiana University as has served as Medical Director of numerous mental health facilities all across the United States. Dr. Davis also owns a horse farm near Indianapolis Indiana and is an active in many community and regional organizations.

Dr. Davis has held the position of Medical Director of Adolescent Services at Rivendell Behavioral Services in Bowling Green, Kentucky since 1997. In that capacity he achieved joint  commission of Healthcare Organizations  Accreditation and served as the Attending Psychiatrist  for children  and adolescents  ages four years old  through  eighteen  years old  with psychiatric  diagnoses  requiring inpatient and extended care hospitalizations.

Dr. Davis has had 18 years of experience in the treatment of children and adolescents in psychiatric inpatient, partial, and outpatient settings and has been JACHO reviewed and state licensed for the same in Indiana and Kentucky. This has included children with a wide range of diagnostic problems including: Childhood Schizophrenia, Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder, Autistic Spectrum and Developmental Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Conduct Disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorders, and a full spectrum of Childhood Anxiety Disorders. In addition, Dr. Davis has had extensive experience being the team leader and supervising the provision of treatment by Child Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists and Social Workers.

Dr. Davis served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, from July 1975 thru July 1993. While serving in this capacity Dr. Davis taught third year Psychiatric Residents the care and treatment of behaviorally impaired children and adolescents and helped prepare the residents to sit for the Board Certification Examinations for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Davis served as Chief Medical Officer and  Corporate  Medical Director from August  1997  until  July  2000  for Children's Comprehensive Services, Inc. a full spectrum national network fo r services to at risk youth, based in Nashville, TN. In  this capacity Dr. Davis was the Clinical Director of the Compliance Audit Team that reviewed the quality of child and adolescent services provided by CCS in their hospitals  and partial hospitalization  programs in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Florid a, Texas, Montana, Utah, and Michigan.

Dr. Davis has provided consultation to the Department of Juvenile Justice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and has served as Chief Facility Consultant to the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center from January 2003 until present.

Dr. Davis graduated as chief Resident of psychiatry at Cincinnati  General Hospital, University of Cincinnati  Medical Center, with special training-in children and Adolescent Services in the Community  Health Division, and was nominated by the Department of Psychiatry as outstanding  Resident for the Advancement of Psychiatry National Fellowship Award.

Dr. Davis’ career has spanned from Attending Psychiatrist at Wabash Valley Alliance Behavioral Health Center, The Mennonite Health Services Alliance, The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Wellstone Regional Hospital, to Network Medical Director at Seven Hills Behavioral Institute, Charter Hospital and Community Hospital where he also served as a Director/Member. Dr. Davis also served as Chief Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director at Gallahue Mental Health Care Community Hospital. Dr. Davis expansive career found him as Chief Medical Officer at Children’s Comprehensive Service, Chief Psychiatric Consultant of Fairbanks Hospital and Chief Resident of Psychiatry at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Davis also was Founder/President of Davis Psychiatric Clinic and Indiana Health Group in Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Davis has had 18 years of experience in the treatment of children and adolescents in psychiatric inpatient, partial, and outpatient settings and has been JACHO reviewed and state licensed for the same in Indiana and Kentucky. This has included children with a wide range of diagnostic problems including: Childhood Schizophrenia, Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder, Autistic Spectrum and Developmental Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Conduct Disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorders, and a full spectrum of Childhood Anxiety Disorders. In addition, Dr. Davis has had extensive experience being the team leader and supervising the provision of treatment by Child Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists and Social Workers.

Dr. Davis served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, from July 1975 thru July 1993. While serving in this capacity Dr. Davis taught third year Psychiatric Residents the care and treatment of behaviorally impaired children and adolescents and helped prepare the residents to sit for the Board Certification Examinations for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Davis served as Chief Medical Officer and  Corporate  Medical Director from August  1997  until  July  2000  for Children's Comprehensive Services, Inc. a full spectrum national network for services to at risk youth, based in Nashville, TN.  In  this capacity Dr. Davis was the Clinical Director of the Compliance Audit Team that reviewed the quality of child and adolescent services provided by CCS in their hospitals  and partial hospitalization  programs in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Florid a, Texas, Montana, Utah, and Michigan.

Dr. Davis has provided consultation to the Department of Juvenile Justice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and has served as Chief Facility Consultant to the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center from January 2003 until present.

Dr. Davis graduated as chief Resident of psychiatry at Cincinnati General Hospital, University of Cincinnati  Medical Center, with special training-in children and Adolescent Services in the Community  Health Division, and was nominated by the Department of Psychiatry as outstanding  Resident for the Advancement of Psychiatry National Fellowship Award.

Dr. Davis’ career has spanned from Attending Psychiatrist at Wabash Valley Alliance Behavioral Health Center, The Mennonite Health Services Alliance, The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Wellstone Regional Hospital, to Network Medical Director at Seven Hills Behavioral Institute, Charter Hospital and Community Hospital where he also served as a Director/Member. Dr. Davis also served as Chief Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director at Gallahue Mental Health Care Community Hospital. Dr. Davis expansive career found him as Chief Medical Officer at Children’s Comprehensive Service, Chief Psychiatric Consultant of Fairbanks Hospital and Chief Resident of Psychiatry at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Davis also was Founder/President of Davis Psychiatric Clinic and Indiana Health Group in Indianapolis, IN.


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