Douglas Waldrep, MD

Office Information

New Hanover Psychiatry
2131 S. 17th Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

Overview

Certifications
  • Diplomat, Specialty of Psychiatry American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

    Diplomat, Specialty of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

    Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners

     Awards

    • Army "A" Designator - Awarded to physicians and surgeons who are nationally recognized for academic, clinical and medical expertise
    • Meritorious Service Medal with 2 Oak leaf Clusters (3 Awards)
    • Army Commendation Medal
    • Army Achievement Medal
    • National Defense Service Medal with two stars (3 Awards)
    • Humanitarian Service Medal
    • Armed Forces Reserve Medal
    • Army Service Ribbon
    • Overseas Service Ribbon (two awards)
Education
  • Doctor of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
  • Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, West Point NY
Internships
  • Psychiatry Internship, Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii
Fellowships
  • ECT Emery Medical University, Atlanta GA
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Tripler AMC, Hawaii
Hospital Privileges

Media & Publications

Harold Wain, John Bradley, Theodore Nam, Douglas Waldrep and Stephen Cozza, "Psychiatric Interventions with Returning Soldiers at Walter Reed”. Psychiatric Quarterly, December 2005, Volume 76, Number 4, Pages: 351 – 360.

 Thomas A. Grieger, MD, Douglas A. Waldrep, MD, Monica Lovasz, MD “The Enduring Impact of Terrorism: PTSD and Depression Two Years After the Attack on the Pentagon”. Psychiatric Services, November, 2005

 Croarkin, PE, Nam, TS and Waldrep, DA. “Comment on Adult Baby Syndrome (letter) American Journal of Psychiatry, 2004.

Cozza Stephen J., Benedek, David M, Bradley, John C., Grieger, Thomas A., Nam Theodore S., and Waldrep, Douglas A. (listed alphabetically), “Topics Specific to the Psychiatric Treatment of Military Personnel”, in Friedman, M, et al, in the Iraqi War Clinicians, Guide, 2nd Edition, Department Of Veterans Affairs, National Center For PTSD (CD), June 2004.

Waldrep, Douglas A. Waldrep, Cozza Stephen J; and Chun, Ryo Sook, “The Impact of Deployment on the Military Family”, in Friedman, M, et al, in the Iraqi War Clinicians, Guide, 2nd Edition, Department Of Veterans Affairs, National Center For PTSD (CD), June 2004.

Holloway, H and Waldrep, D. (2003) Biopsychosocial factors in bioterrorism: consequences for psychiatric care, society and public health, BIOTERRIORISM, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, pages 296-335.

Waldrep, DA, “Two Cases of ADHD Following GABHS Infection. A PANDA Subgroup?” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Nov 2002; Vol 41, 1274.

Waits, W and Waldrep, DA, “Application of Army Combat Stress Control Doctrine in Work with Pentagon Survivors”. Military Medicine, Aug 2002; Vol 167, No 9, supplement.

Waldrep, DA and Waits, W, “Returning to the Pentagon: The use of mass desensitization following the 11 September 2001 attack”. Military Medicine, Aug 2002; Vol 167, No 9, supplement.

Labbate, L., Shearer, G., and Waldrep, D., “A Case of Recurrent Premenstrual Psychosis”: American Journal of Psychiatry, 1991; 148:147.

 

Dr. Waldrep discusses common mental health conditions and their treatments.

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