Lindner Center’s Dr. Crosby Given 2018 Healthcare Leadership Award
Venue magazine, Greater Cincinnati’s Lifestyle publication and LEAD magazine, the publication for business executives, selected Paul Crosby, MD, as a recipient of their 2018 Healthcare Leadership Awards.
Crosby, a UC Health physician based at the Lindner Center of HOPE, was honored at a recognition ceremony Tuesday, July 17, 2018. During the ceremony, Crosby was spotlighted for being one of our region’s leading healthcare professionals for improving the lives of patients, colleagues and members of our community.
Healthcare Leadership Award winners are selected based on their contributions to their organization and to our region, as well as their personal leadership characteristics that “cultivate a thriving and progressive community.”
Susan Duncan, heart transplant coordinator at UC Medical Center, was also honored.
About Our Honoree
Paul Crosby, MD
Crosby, chief medical officer at Lindner Center of HOPE, and associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience and pediatrics at UC’s College of Medicine, was recognized for:
- Advancing medicine and improving the health of our communities.
Crosby has made significant achievements at the Lindner Center of HOPE since its opening in 2008 and at the Center for Attentional Disorders, which he founded in 2010. Crosby’s main objective in establishing the Center for Attentional Disorders focused on consolidating and coordinating efforts to provide the best possible assessment and treatment for attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as associated conditions related to anxiety, mood, learning abilities and substance use.
- Notable achievements.
Crosby always puts patients and families first. He is constantly working to raise awareness about attentional disorders and how they affect many facets of life, including learning, work, relationships and health. Crosby also serves on the professional advisory board for the Suburban Cincinnati Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Chapter (CHADD). He presents often to professionals and members of the community on topics related to ADHD and provides consultation to other clinical providers regarding attention difficulties and aspects of performance. In addition to his administrative duties, Crosby provides psychiatric consultation to children, adolescents and young adults and their families. He spends part of his clinical time treating patients referred from all over the world who often require comprehensive diagnostic assessments and treatment of extremely complex conditions.