Honesdale Psychiatrist Named as Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association
Michael C. Campbell, MD, Behavioral Health director for Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers, (WMCHC) can now add FAPA to his initials. He was recently named a “Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (APA).”
According to the APA’s website, Fellowship is the highest honor the association bestows upon its members. The designation is awarded to “outstanding psychiatrists who have made significant contributions to the psychiatric profession in at least five of the following areas: administration, teaching, scientific and scholarly publications, volunteering in mental health and medical activities of social significance, community involvement as well as for clinical excellence.”
Dr. Campbell has been treating adults and children age three and older at the Behavioral Health Center, Stourbridge Professional and Medical Complex, 600 Maple Street in Honesdale for the past two years. He is board-certified in psychiatry and family medicine. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University‘s Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He completed a joint residency program at West Virginia University Hospital.
“Dr. Campbell continues to impress those of us who work with him directly as well as members of the community,” stated Frederick Jackson, executive director, WMCHC. “This latest accomplishment is no exception. Dr. Campbell has proven to be a leader within our organization in addition to an outstanding clinician to his patients.”
To discuss making an appointment with Dr. Campbell, please call 570-253-8219.
Photo: Michael C. Campbell, MD, FAPA