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Medication Providers: Physicians and Nurse Practioners

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

Chris Aiken, MD
Psychiatrist, Director

Dr. Aiken’s interest in helping people with mood disorders came from experience with close friends who suffered from depression. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Institute of Mental Health and went on to complete medical school at Yale and residency at Cornell and Duke Medical Centers.

He believes in carefully choosing treatment to improve the long-term health of the brain and body. His has written on that subject in textbooks, scholarly journals, and a self-help book. His work has been cited in the International Encyclopedia of Depression, and he is involved in clinical trials to identify new treatments for mood disorders.

He serves as president of the Forsyth County Psychiatric Association and Clinical Instructor at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He has been ranked among the Best Doctors in America since 2010, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Patient’s Choice award from Vitals.com.

Dr. Aiken does not accept promotional fees from the pharmaceutical industry. He directly supervises the work of other clinicians in the practice.

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