RUPERT R. GOETZ, M.D. Medical Director, Clackamas County Mental Health, and Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Family Medicine. Associate Director, Public Psychiatry Training Program.
Dr. Goetz received his medical training at the University of Munich, Germany. He completed this with a dissertation in pulmonary medicine and was award the degree of Dr. med. in 1978. In 1983, he completed a Family Practice Residency at St. Joseph's Hospital in Flint, Michigan and became a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice (certification 1983, recertification 1989 and 1996). After working in private practice in rural Michigan and a sabbatical studying the health care system in Germany, he moved to Portland where he entered the Psychiatric Residency at the OHSU. He graduated from this training as the Chief Resident in 1988. He is Board Certified in Psychiatry since 1992. In 2001 he was elected Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
At OHSU, Dr. Goetz was first appointed to the post of Director, Psychiatric Emergency Services and then Director of Managed Care for the Department of Psychiatry. He worked extensively with managed care organizations and in quality assurance. In 1995 he assumed the post of Medical Director, Office of Mental Health Services, for the State of Oregon where his duties include the development and implementation of quality assurance systems for mental health. In 2001 he was also Interim Chief Medical Officer at the Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center, and throughout has worked extensively in the area of primary care - mental health collaboration. In 2001 he assumed his current post as Medical Director for Clackamas County Mental Health.
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