The psychiatrists listed in this directory are members of the North Carolina Psychiatric Association who have chosen to submit the information about their practices to this directory. Individual physicians are responsible for the accuracy of this information; NCPA does not make patient referrals. You may also refer to the North Carolina Medical Board website, which lists all licensed physicians.
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