Middle Tennessee Psychiatric Clinic

James R. McFerrin, M.D.

James Reed McFerrin was an Asst. Clinical Professor, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry from 1982 until 2011, after completion of psychiatric residency and serving as chief resident at Vanderbilt at which time he began his private practice of General Adult Psychiatry. From December 1995, he has served as a clinical director and supervised Vanderbilt residents and medical students at the VA Hospital, Nashville until March 2011.
Certifications include the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology January 30, 1984, with a Medical License from the State of Tennessee in February 1975. Dr. McFerrin was a Flight Surgeon and Senior Flight Surgeon, US Army 1976-1979, serving at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and Fort Campbell, Kentucky with assignments to Germany for field operations. He was trained at the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences in Memphis as a recipient of the Health Professionals Scholarship Program. His various memberships and associations include the American Psychiatric Association, general member, and the Tennessee Psychiatric Association. He chairs the Physicians Wellbeing Committee of HCA Centennial Medical Center. Hospital Affiliations include: Psychiatric Hospital at Centennial Medical Center as a clinical director of the Intensive Treatment Program and the Psychiatric Clinical Decision Unit.
He became a distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association in 2004 in recognition for his service in the community and to the profession of Psychiatry.
 
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