Elizabeth Hogan, M.D.
Dr. Hogan is a Harvard trained adult psychiatrist who serves as the Physician Director at Highlands Behavioral Health System where she treats adult inpatients and outpatients primarily with depression and anxiety disorders. She performs medication management and psychotherapy.
She serves as a reviewer of psychiatric texts on the selection committee for the American Psychiatric Associations annual Guttmacher award and is the clerkship director for our medical students. In previous roles, she has served as a Chief Medical Officer over large forensic psychiatric systems of care, as an Inpatient Chief Resident at Beth Israel, performed geriatric research on a National Institute of Mental Health research fellowship at Columbia Medical School, served as president of her local chapter of the American Psychiatric Association, and served on the Medicaid formulary committee. Dr. Hogan has been repeatedly recognized by her peers and professional organizations with awards including being recognized as a Distinguished Fellow by the American Psychiatric Association at the earliest date post training that this award can be received. Early in her career, she was recognized as a Public Policy Advocacy Leadership Fellow. She continues to serve on or chair a number of state and academic committees/boards dedicating herself to improving community mental health care and training of medical students and residents.
St Vincent's Medical School/New York Medical College
Residency in Adult Psychiatry:
Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program
Duke University Medical School
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas