Genie Bailey, MD practices psychiatry and addiction psychiatry at SSTAR, Stanley Street Treatment and Recovery.
Kevin Baill, MD is a psychiatrist and the director of Addiction Services at Butler Hospital
Brian Beaudry, MSW, LICSW, LCDP is a substance use social worker within the Inpatient Addiction Medicine Consultation Service at Rhode Island Hospital.
Judith M. Berger, LICSW is the Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Treatment Coordinator at the Providence VA Medical Center and a Teaching Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University. She specializes in working with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Seth A. Clark, MD, MPH is an internist. He is the attending physician of the Inpatient Addiction Medicine Consultation Service at Rhode Island Hospital and an outpatient physician at the Lifespan Recovery Center and Rhode Island’s Adult Correctional Institution. He completed the David C. Lewis, MD, Fellowship in Addiction Medicine in 2019.
Catherine DeGood, DO is a family medicine physician specializing in the treatment of opioid disorder and chronic pain.
Laura Levine, MD, FASAM is the Program Director of the David C. Lewis, MD, Fellowship in Addiction Medicine. Her primary specialty is psychiatry, with board certification in addiction medicine. She is the Medical Director of the Lifespan Recovery Center.
Elizabeth Lowenhaupt, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who treats adolescents who are currently incarcerated at the Rhode Island Training School.
Christopher Matkovic, MD is the Director of the Psychiatric Emergency Service and Correctional Psychiatry Service for Lifespan Psychiatry.
Mary Jane Pizza, MSW, LICSW, LCDP, LCDCS is the Program Manager and Clinical Supervisor of the Rhode Island Hospital Inpatient Addiction Medicine Consultation Service.
Susan Ramsey, PhD is a clinical psychologist. She serves as Director of Research for the Division of General Internal Medicine and Director of Research for the Addiction Medicine Fellowship. Her research focuses primarily on the development and testing of behavioral interventions to address substance use, HIV medication adherence, and HIV prevention.
Josiah “Jody” Rich, MD, MPH is an infectious disease specialist and an advocate for public health policy changes to improve the health of people with substance use disorder. He is the Director of the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights and advises the Rhode Island Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force.
Robert Swift, MD, PhD is Chief of Mental Health at the Providence VA Medical Center and Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University. He is a board certified addiction psychiatrist and conducts research on medication development to address substance use disorder.
Rahul Vanjani, MD is an internist at the Center for Primary Care, where he serves as the primary care physician for the Recovery Clinic and the Transitions Clinic, an interdisciplinary team that provides a wide variety of coordinated medical and social services for formerly incarcerated patients.