Cleveland Clinic - USA
Leo Pozuelo has been a staff psychiatrist at the Cleveland Clinic since 1997 and is the Section Head of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry since 2005. Multidisciplinary projects have included depression / anxiety disorders in the medically ill, delirium management, and population health. He is dual trained in internal medicine and psychiatry. In 2005 the Cardiovascular Behavioral Health Clinic was initiated in preventive cardiology, and in 2008 the Arrhythmia Behavioral Health Clinic was also formed, addressing the psychiatric and psychological needs of cardiac patients at the Cleveland Clinic. He has served as psychiatry residency director and as medical school psychiatry clerkship director. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine.
In 2011, he was appointed Vice Chair, Clinical, of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology at the Cleveland Clinic. Current duties include expanding consultation psychiatry service lines through six regional hospitals, collaborating with nursing and social work in behavioral medicine education, leading the enterprise delirium task force, and supporting behavioral health integration as part of population management. Since 2015, he is the behavioral medicine representative on the institutional Population Health Task Force of the Cleveland Clinic.
In 2017, he completed a Health Care MBA from Baldwin Wallace University.