Dr. Elie Aoun M.D.
Psychiatrist | Psychiatry345 Blackstone Blvd Providence RI, 02906
Elie G. Aoun, M.D., M.R.O., is a board certified psychiatrist and certified medical review officer currently licensed in New York and in California practicing in downtown New York City. Dr. Aoun trained in general psychiatry at Brown University, in addiction psychiatry at the University of California in San Francisco and in forensic psychiatry at the combined Columbia University and Cornell University program. He has additional expertise in neuro-psycho-endocrinology and psychotherapy.
Education and Training
American University of Beirut MD 2010
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Brown University (Butler Hospital) Program
Dr. Elie Aoun M.D.'s Practice location
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I had a really good experience with Dr. A, I came in for a second opinion, he knew what he was talking about, quickly understood what was going on with my husband, and explained his findings in a very simple way. I decided to switch my care to him!
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