Dr. U. Grant Baldwin, Jr., DBH to Serve as the New Assistant Director of Academic Programs at Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies
The nonprofit, private, post-secondary institution specializing in integrated behavioral health education welcomes a new expert to the CGI leadership team.
February 28, 2021
Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies excited to welcome Dr. U. Grant Baldwin, Jr., DBH to the Assistant Director of Academic Programs role. Dr. Baldwin previously served as faculty in the Doctor of Behavioral Health program, specializing in healthcare management, integrated healthcare, and policy.
Dr. U. Grant Baldwin, Jr., DBH is the CEO of Integrated Care & Behavioral Medicine, an integrated behavioral health consulting business located in Raleigh, North Carolina. He provides consultation and training to executives in primary care practices throughout the country. He is also a Research Associate with the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist.
Dr. Baldwin possesses over 15 years of experience in healthcare management, Medicaid and Medicare government program administration, and organizational transformation and innovation. He received his Doctorate in Behavioral (DBH) from the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University in 2016. In 2019, he graduated from the Johnson and Johnson Executive Health Care Program at the University of California – Los Angeles.
Dr. Cara English, CEO of Cummings Graduate Institute, shares, “Expanding our leadership during this time is a testament to our university’s unprecedented growth and achievements. Dr. Baldwin brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, expertise, and talent to our institution. More than ever, higher education needs to innovate and evolve to meet the needs of a workforce that can improve healthcare. Dr. Baldwin will help CGI continue to rise as a leader and innovator in the field of online integrated behavioral healthcare education.”