Philip Pan, M.D., is a forensic psychiatrist practicing in Springfield, IL. He is honored to have served as President of Midwest AAPL 2011 – 2012, presiding over the 29th annual meeting in St. Louis. He previously served as Councilor, 2008 – 2010. His undergraduate degree is in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago. He completed medical school and his general psychiatry residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, as well as a forensic psychiatry fellowship at the Isaac Ray Center of Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Pan is certified in general adult and forensic psychiatry via the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He has worked as a staff psychiatrist at Forensic Clinical Services of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Criminal Division, as well as in the Illinois Department of Corrections. In addition to a private forensic practice, Dr. Pan currently works as an integrated care psychiatrist for Memorial Physician Services and as a staff psychiatrist at Memorial Behavioral Health, Springfield’s community mental health center.
Dr. Pan remains active in Midwest AAPL, often serving as the CME liaison with the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, where he is an Adjunct Associate Professor and teaches the forensic psychiatry course to the general psychiatry residents. He recently designed the new Midwest AAPL logo. His website, http://www.ilpsychlaw.com, is a collection of links to medicolegal resources to assist Illinois mental health providers.