Lecture speaker Mary Anne Albaugh '82, MD, DLFAPA, pictured with Gannon President Dr. Walter Iwanenko and Provost Dr. Sarah Ewing.
Gannon University’s Orlando Biomedical Ethics and Catholic Social Teaching Lecture Series presents Mary Anne Albaugh ’82, physician and community psychiatrist at Deerfield Behavioral Health of Warren Group Practice, a member of Journey Health System.
Albaugh presents “Caring for our children, families and community – Challenges, disparities and opportunities for making a difference.”
This Orlando Lecture Series presentation was held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 13 in Gannon’s Waldron Campus Center, room 219. Watch the lecture below.
Meet the speaker:
Mary Anne Albaugh '82, MD, DLFAPA, is a first-generation physician and community psychiatrist with over 30 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families in the Erie region. In addition to her medical practice, Dr. Albaugh serves as the medical director for Erie County Department of Health Services Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities team and program director for the UPMC Rural Community Psychiatry Fellowship.
Dr. Albaugh is active in organized psychiatry and advocacy. She is the past president of the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society and member of the Government Relations Committee, Clinical Committee and Workforce Shortage Task Force. She is the Area 3 Deputy Representative to the APA Assembly and member of the APAPAC and Congressional Advocacy Network.
Dr. Albaugh is a member of the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Leadership Council and co-chair of the PPLC-PaPS Racial Justice work group on recruitment and retention of Black Psychiatry Residents to Pennsylvania Psychiatry Residency Programs.