PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 1, 2017) – Justin M. Bayless, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bayless Integrated Healthcare, has been appointed to the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. Gov. Doug Ducey extended the offer citing Bayless’s vision and leadership in behavioral healthcare.
“Justin brings energy and an entrepreneurial mindset along with years of experience as a health care provider. His familiarity with and understanding of the health care industry will be a great asset to the board,” Governor Doug Ducey
Under Bayless’s leadership, Bayless Integrated Healthcare has cultivated a comprehensive selection of primary care and behavioral health services available for all ages and socioeconomic classes. Under one roof, patients have access to evaluation, diagnosis, consultations, medication management, psychotherapy, psychiatric nursing, individualized behavioral plans, wellness assessments, education and training.
A native Phoenician, Bayless was inspired by the work of his late father, Dr. Michael Brad Bayless. In 2008, Bayless returned to work with his father and served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer before ascending to President and CEO in 2010.
As president and CEO, Bayless is known for challenging the status quo, which is often recognized as his most redeeming quality. His leadership goes beyond the clinics. He is a member of many organizations, including the Phoenix Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., a Community Board Member of Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital, and a philanthropic supporter of the Boys and Girls Club Metro Phoenix.
About Bayless Integrated Healthcare
Founded in 1982 by Dr. Michael Brad Bayless, Bayless Integrated Healthcare has grown from its roots as a ground-breaking, multi-disciplinary model for behavioral healthcare to a fully integrated comprehensive healthcare provider. With multiple specialties utilizing new technologies to improve the patient experience for all ages and socio-economic classes, Bayless Integrated Healthcare Group provides services including evaluation, diagnosis, consultations, medication management, psychotherapy, psychiatric nursing, individualized behavioral plans, wellness assessments, education and training.
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