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Dr. Bernard Stephen Schwartz M.D., Psychiatrist

Dr. Bernard Stephen Schwartz M.D.

Psychiatrist | Psychiatry

7400 Merton Minter St San Antonio TX, 78229

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Dr. Bernard Schwartz is a psychiatrist practicing in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Schwartz is a medical doctor specializing in the care of mental health patients. As a psychiatrist, Dr. Schwartz diagnoses and treats mental illnesses. Dr. Schwartz may treat patients through a variety of methods including medications, psychotherapy or talk therapy, psychosocial interventions and more, depending on each individual case. Different medications that a psychiatrist might prescribe include antidepressants, antipsychotic mediations, mood stabilizers, stimulants, sedatives and hypnotics. Dr. Schwartz treats conditions like depression, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, bipolar disorders, personality disorders, insomnia, ADD and other mental illnesses.

Education and Training

State University of New York Upstate Medical University 1968

Suny-Hlth Sci Ctr At Syracuse, Coll of Med, Syracuse Ny 1968

Upstate Medical University/ College of Health Professions 1968

Board Certification

Psychiatry and Neurology American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ABPN

Provider Details

Male English 43 years of experience

Residency

  • Ny State Psych Inst, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Ny Med Coll/Met Hosp Ctr, Psychiatry; Maimonides Med Ctr, Flexible Or Transitional Year

Dr. Bernard Stephen Schwartz M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 7400 Merton Minter St

7400 Merton Minter St -
San Antonio, TX 78229
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