McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Dr. Mardoche Sidor as the Medical Director at Urban Pathways. Dr. Sidor will guide the design and implementation of clinical programs aimed at improving health and psychiatric services throughout New York’s. He will oversee the administration and expansion of the Total Wellness Program, provide supervision and support to nursing staff, develop linkage agreements with community partners, and enhance staff capacity in health and psychiatric care management through training and consultation.

Dr. Sidor brings a wealth of experience and a profound commitment to trauma-informed and strength-based care. His leadership extends to several prestigious roles, including as the Founding President and CEO of the SWEET Institute and the Chief Medical Officer at CASES, where his innovative approaches significantly advanced psychiatric and community health services.

Founded in 1975, Urban Pathways serves as a critical provider of housing and supportive services to New York City’s most vulnerable residents. With a mission to ensure that homeless and at-risk New Yorkers achieve self-sufficiency, Urban Pathways operates across 20+ sites in four boroughs, assisting over 3,900 individuals annually through a variety of programs including outreach, transitional residences, and permanent supportive housing.

This search was completed by McDermott + Bull Partner Sue Waterbury, Senior Executive Recruiter Allison Cox, and Director of Research Josh Nichols.