University of South Carolina School of Medicine
University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill
Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry
As Executive Vice President / Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pamela Reid ensures all medical administrative processes for the company’s mental health locations and telemedicine procedures meet the ever-evolving healthcare standards, as well as provide a continuum of excellent care to the thousands of people Monarch supports. She assumed the Chief Medical Officer role in late 2020.
Dr. Reid will also be responsible for providing medical leadership at the community and state level. As part of Monarch’s strategic plan, she will help the organization foster positive relationships with local stakeholders, legislators, potential donors, payers and physician groups as it relates to mental health services. She will provide oversight and direction for nearly 50 medical providers at Monarch.
Dr. Reid is a board-certified psychiatrist who completed her internship and residency at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received her medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Columbia, S.C. Dr. Reid has practiced extensively as a community psychiatrist since 2010. She has provided inpatient psychiatric care as a clinical assistant professor with the UNC School of Medicine, and worked as an attending psychiatrist on the Community Transitions Unit at Central Regional Hospital. A master clinician, much of her work has included clinical training and teaching of residents, medical students, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners. As an outpatient provider, Dr. Reid has worked to provide oversight, teaching and clinical services for enhanced services (IIH/CST/ACTT), outpatient services, supervision of Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP) services, hospital transition and mobile crisis services. Dr. Reid has worked for Monarch for several years, most recently in the role of Associate Medical Director for the eastern portion of Monarch’s outpatient behavioral health services. She is an avid supporter of the Open Access model of care, supporting same-day services for patients in need of immediate care. Prior to her medical training, Dr. Reid completed a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Piano Performance. She lives in Cary and enjoys spending time with family and friends, taking trips to the mountains, reading about cosmology and playing the piano.
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