Leona Graham, MD

 

Leona J. Graham, MD, a board certified psychiatrist, is the medical director of AltaCare, Southeast Alabama Medical Center’s Outpatient Psychiatry and Counseling program.

She treats adults and adolescents ages 13 and up and is extensively trained to work with patients suffering from addiction. Dr. Graham is uniquely qualified to treat veterans suffering from substance abuse, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses.

Dr. Graham obtained her medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Portsmouth, Dominica, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She completed dual residencies in psychiatry and internal medicine, and an Addiction Fellowship at University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas. At KUMC, Dr. Graham received numerous honors, including Shawn M. Storm, M.D. Memorial Award and the Dooley-Hellings Award for her work with the developmentally disabled.

Currently, Dr. Graham is a Fellow of Alabama Psychiatric Physicians Association. She also serves as clinical faculty for Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine and Florida State University College of Medicine.

Specialty
Psychiatry
 
Phone
334-794-4582 
 
Fax
334-671-9877
 
Location
1450 Ross Clark Circle, Suite 400
Dothan, AL 36301
 
Type of Doctor
Psychiatrist
 
Medical Education
Ross University School of Medicine
 
Residency
University of Kansas Medical Center
 
Certifications
Board Certified in General Psychiatry
Board Certified in Addiction Psychiatry
 
Favorite Sports Team
I do not have a favorite team, but I enjoy professional and college sports.
 
Hobbies
Sewing, singing and painting
 
Interesting Fact
I enjoy singing and acting. I performed with the Camerata of Los Angeles Choir at Carnegie Hall and in China during their tour in 2005.