Top Doctors 2017: Psychiatry

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Jesse R. Fann, M.D., psychiatry in physical illness, psychiatry in cancer, neuro-psychiatry, depression; University of Washington Medical Center, Health Sciences Building, 1959 NE Pacific St., Seattle, 206.685.4280; University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center; Northwestern University, 1989 
   
Kenneth N. Melman, M.D., TMS therapy for depression, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), bipolar/mood disorders, treatment of resistant mental illness; Seattle Neuropsychiatric Treatment Center, 805 Madison St., Suite 401, Seattle, 206.467.6300; Swedish Medical Center–Cherry Hill campus, Swedish Medical Center–Issaquah campus; Washington University, St. Louis, 1979
    
Vernon M. Neppe, M.D., Ph.D., behavioral neurology, neuro-psychiatry, psychopharmacology, forensic psychiatry; Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute, 6300 Ninth Ave. NE, Suite 353, Seattle, 206.527.6289; Overlake Hospital Medical Center; University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, South Africa, 1973
     
Murray A. Raskind, M.D.,* geriatric psychiatry, Alzheimer’s disease, post-traumatic stress disorder; VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Psychiatry, 1660 S Columbian Way, Seattle, 206.764.2702; VA Puget Sound Health Care System–Seattle, University of Washington Medical Center; Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1968  
  
Peter P. Roy-Byrne, M.D., anxiety & mood disorders, panic disorder, bipolar/mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder; Psychiatric Medicine Associates, 1505 Westlake Ave. N, Suite 920, Seattle, 206.386.3103; Tufts University, 1978 
   
11 Years: John D. Wynn, M.D., psychiatry in physical illness, bipolar/mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, work/career problems; John D. Wynn, 2910 E Madison St., Suite 304, Seattle, 206.624.0296; Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1983

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