PHILIP L. CREPS, D. O.
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Mishawaka, IN 46544-5882
Osteopathic Medicine NBOME 1992, #20816
Psychiatry ABONP 1997-2029, #0440
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, ABONP 2002-2022, #0440
Addiction Medicine. ABAM 2011-2021, & ABOAM 2017-2027
Geriatric Psychiatry, ABONP, 2014-2024; ABPN Psychiatry #157752
06/13/2019 –1/20/2020 Adult & Geriatric Inpatient Lead Psychiatrist, AIMS, LLC,
Neuropsychiatric Hospitals, Medical and Behavioral Hospital of Mishawaka, Indiana
46545 aka Rivercrest Specialty Hospital. Duties include daily rounding on 30 beds,
admissions, NP supervision, interdisciplinary team meetings, court documents &
hearings. Daily progress notes, medication management. On Icanotes EMR
03/2019-05/2019 Medical Director, Southwest Center for Autism Excellence, Southwest
Behavioral Health Services, Mesa and Glendale, Arizona. Evaluated and medically
managed children and adults with autism. Participated in treatment team meetings
with multidisciplinary staff of directors, social workers, case managers, nurses and
administrative and clerical staff. Unfortunately, developed a left corneal
infection that required a medical leave.
04/2018-12/2019 Redemption Psychiatry (private practice) Child, Adolescent & Adult
Psychiatrist, On EMR, e-prescribing, TMS, IV ketamine use for treatment-resistant
Depression. I developed macular degeneration, requiring a medical leave until
07/2014-04/2018 Southwest Network: Child and Adolescent outpatient Psychiatrist,8
Preceptor, Arizona State University NP Program, Central Valley Outpatient Office,
2444 East University Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85034. First two years: former
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Psychiatrist. Duties included
Court-ordered Treatment documents, meeting ACT fidelity
guidelines for Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA),
direct team meetings, client home visits, doctor-to-doctor reviews and
coordination of care, team trainings and didactics. SanTan Outpatient Office,
Chandler, Arizona 85224. On HMS electronic medical record.
06/2017-04/2018 Regroup for Windrose Health Network (FQHC), Trafalgar, Indiana
(part-time) telepsychiatry Child Psychiatry consultant, Assessment, medical
management, psychosocial treatment, and therapy recommendations, and follow-ups.
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12/2012- 07/2014, Psychiatrist, Cherry Street Health Services, 100 Cherry St SE, Grand
Rapids, Michigan 49503. Outpatient adult, child & adolescent, addiction psychiatrist
to assess,, follow, and medically manage, and did call. Psychiatry representative for
electronic medical record, and member of research committee.
7/2004-12/2012 t Asst. Director Psychiatry, Synergy Medical Education Alliance, 1000
Houghton Ave., Saginaw, MI 48602, 989-***-****. Associate Clinical Professor,
Michigan State & Ross Universities. Medical Director, Saginaw County Community
Mental Health. I treated patients that include Outpatient & Residential child and
adolescent psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry and addiction medicine. Lectures for
primary care residents, and medical students from Michigan State University, Ross
University, and Caribbean medical schools . I did call.
3/2004 – 7/2004: Psychiatric Director, Children’s Safe Harbor and Toledo Hospital,
Conrad Jobst Tower, Suite 640, 2102 Hughes Drive, Toledo, Ohio 43606-3864. I
conducted staff meetings, did planning, supervised employees, assigned call, recruited
new physicians, attended medical staff meetings, and provided inpatient and
outpatient treatment at 3 facilities, did call.
02/2000 – 02/2004: Psychiatrist Madison Center for Children, 701 North Niles Ave.,
South Bend, Indiana 46617. (outpatient, inpatient & consults with additional
privileges at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, and Memorial Hospital) Treated,
assessed and medically managed children and 5% adults, did call. Certified in
electroconvulsive therapy. Gave lectures in my specialty and subspecialty
12/1996 - 2/2000: Psychiatrist (outpatient, inpatient, consults, forensic), Otis R. Bowen
Center for Human Services, 850 North Harrison St., Warsaw, Indiana 46580. Treated,
assessed and medically managed outpatients and inpatients, attended court in 5
counties for hearings on patients. Completed call.
04-1996-06/1997: Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist (outpatient), Cummins Community
Mental Health Center, Danville, Indiana 46122. Moonlighting during Fellowship
doing assessments, medication management psychosocial therapy recommendations,
psychotherapy, and follow patients.
3/1995 – 12/1996: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Indiana University
Medical Center, Riley Children’s Hospital, 502 North Barnhill St., Indianapolis,
6/1992 – 3/1995: Psychiatry Residency, Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth
Hospital, 2500 MetroHealth Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 41999.
6/1991-6/1992: Osteopathic Internship, Riverside Hospital (Now Henry Ford
Wyandotte), 150 Truax St., Trenton, Michigan 48183.
6/1980 – 6/1991 (Intermittently for finances and illness): Medical Student, Michigan
State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Fee Hall, East Lansing,
Michigan 48824. Also a tutor for osteopathic manual medicine. U.S. Naval Reserve,
Ensign at Michigan State Uni9versity, COM, and at Officer Indoctrination School,
Newport, Rhode Island, 5/1980-10/1982 (Honorable discharge, inadequate service to
be a veteran).
01/1982 – 8/1986:U.S. Civil Service employment:
1) 12/1981-01/1982 Analytical Chemist, U. S. Government, at Centers for Disease
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Control, EPA Superfund, (Gas chromatography and HPLC of Dioxin),Chamblee,
Georgia 30333; GS-7 rated.
2) 02/1982-9/1982, Research Assistant. Large Animal Science, College of Veterinary
Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824 (nutritional
effects of rotavirus on dairy calves);
3) 7/1984-8/1985, Clinical Chemist, Division of Clinical
Investigations, Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado 80333 (HPLC and
research). Rated GS-9; and
4) 8/1985-8/1986, Quality Assurance Chemist, Pine Bluff Army Arsenal, Pine Bluff,
Arkansas 76160 (developed Quality Assurance method and guidelines for masks used
in Desert Storm)
01/1975-01/1982: Formulary Chemist, Mellocraft, Tracy Rd., Toledo, Ohio 43609.
9/1973 – 01/1975: Noncredit Student, left for medical reasons. Research Assistant,
Department of Psychiatry, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43604.
9/1996 -10/1997: Child &Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship, Riley Children’s Hospital,
Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5202.
03/1995-9/1996: Psychiatry Residency, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis,
06/1992-02/1995: Psychiatry Residency, MetroHealth Medical Center, Case Western
University, Cleveland, Ohio 44109-1933
06/1991-6/1992: Rotating Internship, Riverside Osteopathic Hospital (Now Henry Ford –
Wyandotte Hospital), Wyandotte, Michigan 48192.
06/1980-6/1991 (Intermittently): Doctor of Osteopathy, Michigan State University,
College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Fee Hall, East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1301.
01/1986-6/1986: Associates of Science, Computer Science and Mathematics, Community
College of Aurora, Aurora, Colorado 80333, summa cum laude.
9/1973-6/1977 (Intermittently) Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio
6/1974-12/1980: Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
43606, cum laude with honors citation, 1980.
9/1973-6/1977 (Intermittently) Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio 43614. Noncredit,
and left for medical reasons
6/1974-6/1982: ABT M.S., University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43606, “The Effect
of Feeding Regimes on the Diurnal Blood Glucose Rhythm of Chickens.”
9/1969-8/1973 Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, Bowling Green State University,
Bowling Green, Ohio 43404, 1973.
TopDoc award (top 1%) for Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2012, 2017.
Secretary, Arizona Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, 2018-2019.
Secretary, Arizona (Phoenix) Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, 2017-2019.
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Cited in Guide to America’s Top Psychiatrists, SLD Industries, Consumers’ Research
Council of American, Washington, D. C., 2009 & 2010. Stanford’s Who’s Who, 2010.
4/2005 “Attitude is Everything” Award,” from Riverwood Center and Northstar Center,
Berrien Mental Health Authority, Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022.
2003: United Way of St. Joseph County, Sapphire Donor Award to Salvation Army.
2001-3: Alexis Coquillard Society membership for community service to South Bend, IN
2001-3: Glenn Harris Society membership for service to the Madison Center, South Bend, IN 46617
2003: Strathmore’s Who’s Who Among American Professionals (lifetime),
Strathmore, Westbury, New York.
2002: United Way of St. Joseph County, Topaz Donor Award to Salvation Army.
2001-present: Lexington’s Who’s Who (lifetime), Century Foundation, New York, NY.
1986-9: Marquis’s Who’s Who in The West, Marquis’ Who’s Who, Providence, New
1987-present: Marquis’ Who’s Who in America, Ip. cit.
1987-present: Maquis’ Who’s Who in the World, Ip. cit.
1987-present: Marquis’ Who’s Who in Emerging Leaders, Ip. cit.
1999-present: Marquis’ Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare Ip. cit.
1999-present: Marquis’ Who’s Who in Science and Engineering Ip. cit.
1999-present: Marquis’ Who’s Who in Finance and Industry, Ip. cit.
1995: Psychoanalytic Fellowship, Cleveland Psychoanalytical Institute, American
May 1994: Scientific Award, Michigan Association of Osteopathic Physicians and
Surgeons, Scientific Seminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
1981: Alfred Award for scholarship and writing, U. S. Naval Officer Indoctrination
School, South Counties Council, Newport, Rhode Island.
“Prevent the loss of joy with age,” The Township Times, November 7, 2007, p. 8.
“Screening for Depression in a Geriatric Rehabilitation Sample,” A. Gantner, D.S.P.
Schubert, S. P. Wolf, and Philip Creps, International J. of Psychiatry in Medicine, vol.
33(4) December 2003, p. 233-241.
“Treating the Unmanageable Adolescent,” in Readings, September 2001, p. 32. .
“Developing a Community Mental Health Program,” in Readings, September 2000, p.
“Child Abuse and Neglect” in Readings March 2000, p.30. .
“Stress, Coping, and Development in Children,” in Readings, September 1998, p. 33.
“Social Behavior of American Buffaloes (Bison bison) in a semi-restricted
-environment,” undergraduate honors thesis in psychology, Bowling Green State
University and University of Toledo, 1979.
“Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of alpha-casein,” undergraduate chemistry thesis,
Bowling Green State University, 1972.
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“Adolescent Stimulant Use Disorders,” Arizona Society of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatrists, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, May 2017.
“The Effect of Psychostimulant Use for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in
Substance Use Disorders,” Summer 2012 annual meeting, American College of
Osteopathic Neurologists and Psychiatrists, Crystal Mountain, Thompsonville,
Michigan, July 28, 2012.
“The Effect of Psychostimulant Use for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder on
Substance Use Disorders,” 2011 Osteopathic Medical Exposition and Displays,
American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine, Orlando, Florida, October
“Taking Care in the Aid to Capacity Evaluation, “ Annual Summer Meeting of the
American College of Osteopathic Neurologists and Psychiatrists, Grand Traverse
Resort, Traverse City, Michigan, July 31. 2008.
June 2008, interview at television station WAQP-49, Saginaw, Michigan for TCT
Christian television network aired three times in ten countries.
“Encopresis,” Annual Summer Meeting of American College Osteopathic
Neurologists and Psychiatrists, Bay Harbor Resort, Petoskey, Michigan, July 28,
“Taking Care in the Aid to Capacity Evaluation,” End of Life Care: Negotiating the
Path,” Sponsored by AGES Senior Health Care, Dow Event Center, Saginaw,
Michigan, May 11, 2007.
“Having a Joy-Filled Life: Understanding the Facts and Fiction of Depression,” The
Manors, January 23, 2007.
“Assessment and Treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,” Riverwood
Center II, Benton Harbor, Michigan, October 2004.
“New Advances in Therapy and Clinical Implications for Attention-Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder,” Kellogg Center, Michigan State University, March 2002,
Sponsored by Shire Pharmaceuticals.
“An Overview of the Assessment and Treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder,” Continuing Professional Education Series at Madison Center and
Hospital, South Bend, Indiana, January 2002
“A Short Inventory for the Assessment of Depression in a Geriatric Rehabilitation
Population,” Scientific Seminar, Michigan Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons,
Grand Rapids, Michigan, May, 1994.
“A Short Inventory for the Assessment of Depression in a Geriatric Rehabilitation
Population,” Research Forum, Cleveland Psychiatric Society, Cleveland, Ohio, June
“Dealing with Stress in the Medical Workplace,” Continuing Professional Education
Series, Riverside Osteopathic Hospital, Trenton, Michigan, March 1993.
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“Social Behavior of American Buffaloes (Bison bison) in a semi-restricted environment,”
Annual meeting, Animal Behavior Society, Tulane University, New Orleans,
Louisiana, June 1979.
Secretary, Arizona Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Psychiatry Board examiner for the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists (Arizona secretary 2018-2019), American Psychiatric Association, American College of Osteopathic Neurologists and Psychiatrists, American Academy of Addiction Psychiatrists, American Osteopathic Association, Arizona Association of Osteopathic Physicians, Arizona Society of Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists (secretary 2017-2019), Michigan Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, Calhoun County (Michigan) Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, Michigan State Medical Society, Michigan Psychiatric Society, American Association of Clinical Psychiatrists, Calhoun County Medical Society, American Society of Adolescent Psychiatrists, American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine., American Medical Association.
9/2003-4/2004: Principal Site Investigator, Stage 3 Risperdal Consta Depot Atypical
Antipsychotic, Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
8/2003-12/2003: Principal Site Investigator, Stage 4 OPTIMAL trials of lamotrogine
(Lamictal) for rashes in bipolar disorder, open-label, randomized without placebo,
3/2002-present: Principal Site Investigator, Stage 4 EXCEED trials of escitalopram
(Lexapro) for anxiety in community medical settings, Forest Pharmaceuticals.
4/2002-01/2003: Principal Site Investigator, BETA trials of antipsychotic aripiprazole
(Abilify) treatment of schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder in community
medical settings, Bristol-Meyers-Squibb Pharmaceuticals.
8/2001-12/2001: Principal Site Investigator, LADD-CATT Stage 3 Premarketing Trials
of Adderall XR treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in community
medical settings, Shire Pharmaceuticals.
1998-1999: Member, Initiative for Social Anxiety Assessment and Care, Smith-
1996-present: Member, Practice Research Network of the American Psychiatric
02/2003-02/2004: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Speakers Bureau.
01/2001-01/2005: Shire Pharmaceuticals Speakers Bureau.
01/2002-01/2005: Forest Pharmaceuticals Speakers Bureau.
9/2002-01/2004: Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals Advisory Panel.
9/1999 and 9/2000 Psychiatry Board Examiner, American Osteopathic Board of
Neurology and Psychiatry, Cherry Hill New Jersey.
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11/1999-present: Clinical Instruction of Family Practice Residents from Memorial
Hospital and St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, and Pharmacy Interns from
01/1986-12/1986: Tutor of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Michigan State University,
College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI 48824-1013.
01/1982-12/1984: Science Instructor of Biology and Chemistry, Lansing Community
College, Lansing, MI 48910.
05/1980-10/1983: Biology and Chemistry Instructor, Health Science Education and
Training Command, U.S. Naval Reserves, Newport, Rhode Island, and Lansing, MI.
9/1974-6/1980 Graduate Teaching Assistant in Chemistry and Biology, University of
Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606.
Current Unlimited Indiana #02001636
DEA Certificate #BC5012294
Ohio #34-0000-5726, Suspended 02/2006-8, Full & unrestricted again since 2009.
Current Unlimited Michigan #510*******
Current Unlimited Missouri #200-***-****
Expired Pennsylvania Training License #OT003552T
Current Unlimited Arizona Medical License 006166 expires 12/31/2017 .
Electroconvulsive Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, and Buprenorphine Qualified for 249 patients.