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NAMI Honors Exemplary Psychiatrists: 30 Doctors From 21 States
Date:5/5/2008

WASHINGTON, May 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is honoring 30 doctors as "Exemplary Psychiatrists" at the annual conference of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) this week.

"We are proud to honor 30 psychiatrists from 21 states, who are stars within the nation's mental healthcare system," said NAMI national executive director Michael J. Fitzpatrick. "They each have shown an exemplary commitment to treatment and recovery for people with severe mental illnesses, who often are among the nation's most vulnerable populations."

The annual "Exemplary Psychiatry Awards" recognize psychiatrists who have "gone the extra mile" in providing excellent clinical care, educating family members and consumers, educating the public and helping to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness. They also have worked alongside NAMI members in their communities as advocates for research, social services, insurance parity, and other needs.

The awards carry special distinction because honorees are nominated by the very people who need and receive their help the most: individuals and families who are affected by mental illness. Support for the awards is provided by Eli Lilly and Company and Janssen, Division of Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

NAMI 2008 Exemplary Psychiatrist Awards

California

Roxy F. Szeftel, MD- Los Angeles

Florida

Juan F. Rios, MD- Boca Raton

Georgia

Farrell H. Braziel, MD- Atlanta

Winston R. Pineda, MD- Albany

Iowa

Bruce Sieleni, MD- Iowa City

Nancy A. Williams, MD- Iowa City

Kentucky

Charles I. Shelton, DO- Lexington

Massachusetts

Michael A. Jenike, MD- Boston

Michigan

Michele Reid, MD- Detroit

Manuel E. Tancer, MD- Detroit

Minnesota

Susan C. Jenkins, MD- Rochester

Christine Sigurdson, MD- Byron

L. Read Sulik, MD, FAAP- St. Cloud

Missouri

Azfar M. Malik, MD, MBA, FAPA- St. Charles

Nevada

Mark William Viner, MD- Reno

New Mexico

Juan R. Bustillo, MD- Albuquerque

New Jersey

William P. Hayes, MD- Princeton

New York

Spencer Eth, MD- New York

Ohio

Rafay Atiq, MD- Troy

Todd Ivan, MD- Akron

Sul Ross Thorward, MD- Washington

Oklahoma

Bruce C. Stanton, MD- Oklahoma City

Oregon

Jocelyn W. Bonner, MD- Eugene

Pennsylvania

Steven J. Siegel, MD, PhD- Philadelphia

Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, MD- Beaver

Rhode Island

Achina P. Stein, DO- Barrington

Tennessee

Clifton R. Tennison, Jr., MD- Knoxville

Texas

Sylvia Muzquiz-Drummond, MD- Houston

Virginia

James M. Laster, MD, MPH- Virginia Beach

M. Lawrence Spoont, MD- Arlington


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