Psychiatrist

  • Dr Rachel Sowards is a WV native who received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Charleston and Doctor of Medicine at Marshall University School of Medicine in 2005. She then completed a dual residency in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at Medical University of South Carolina. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Addiction Medicine and American Association of Medical Review Officers. She is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and the American Medical Association. She has practiced internal medicine and general psychiatry in an integrated setting and started a successful substance abuse treatment program in a Federally Qualified Health Clinic 5 years ago. Dr. Sowards currently provides general psychiatric care at Psimed’s Charleston office. She started a new addiction program at LiNKS in September of 2015. Her training enables her to comfortably and effectively care for patients with comorbid medical, psychiatric, and/or addictive illnesse
  • Dr. Lawrence Bennet Kelly, MD, is a Psychiatry specialist in Charleston, West Virginia. He attended and graduated from West Virginia University School Of Medicine in 1979, having over 38 years of diverse experience, especially in Psychiatry. He is affiliated with many hospitals including Charleston Area Medical Center. Dr. Lawrence Bennet Kelly also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including Lawrence B Kelly Md Pllc. Dr. Lawrence Bennet Kelly accepts Medicare-approved amount as payment in full. Call (304) 343-1022 to request Dr. Lawrence Bennet Kelly the information (Medicare information, advice, payment,...) or simply to book an appointment.

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