Provider Cecilia Corrado
After having been awarded the Military AFSC as Behavioral Health Advanced Practice, Nurse Lt Col Corrado was assigned to be program manager of Suicide Prevention for the 927th Air Refueling Wing at MacDill AFB, FL.
Though out the past 10 years Provider Cecilia Corrado has been an affiliated faculty member at California State, UCLA, University of Central FL, and Ball State University.
Provider Corrado completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Delaware and went on to earn her Masters from Widener University, while studying Critical Care at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and John Hopkins. She was Assigned to the Emergency Department at Langley AFB until studying Primary Care at Hampton University. Provider Corrado went on to practice Primary Care at Vandenberg AFB California and Patrick AFB Florida before traveling to Antigua to study Medicine at University of Health Science St. John’s.
Provider Cecilia Corrado practice is supported by Dr. Tanveer Chaudhry, M.D. Board Certified in Neuropsychiatry, Dr. Shodhan Patel, MD. Board Certified in Pediatric Psychiatry, and Dr. Hany Botros-Mikhail, MD, Board Certified in Geriatrics.
- Member of the Association of Military Surgeon of United States.
- Trial Investigator and Research Associate James Haley, VA TBI Center Tampa Florida, recently completed the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy published in JAMA March 27, 2013, VOL 309, No.12.
- Member of the Washington Center in Washington DC and actively engaged in the Defense and Veteran Brain Injury Center.
- Member of the One Mind for Research.
- Well known by her patients and colleagues for her Behavioral Health Cognitive Therapy techniques improving memory and emotional stability.
- Maintained staffing privileges in Internal Medicine and Critical Care at Wuesthoff Medical Center and Health South Sea Pines since 2002 before joining psychiatry staff at Springbrook Psychiatric Hospital.
- Research member of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine during her Active Duty Service.
The Washington Center
The Washington Center is the largest academic internship program in the country. The mission of TWC is building future leaders and in the world. Students are taught to be well informed, publicly spirited and socially engaged.
It is not unusual, while on staff at Holmes Regional Medical Center, to find eleven new admissionson a Sunday morning for alcohol and drug abuse. With Provider Corrado’s years of service to the local community, she is now expanding to include Rural areas of Brooksville to staff in local psychiatric facilities.