Dale A. Peeples, MD
After completing medical school at USC in Columbia, South Carolina, Dr. Dale Peeples continued his training at MCG in the Department of Psychiatry. He completed his internship, residency, and fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at MCG. Since staying on as faculty, Dr. Peeples continues to work in both inpatient and outpatient services in the child and adolescent division. He primarily works with a child and adolescent population, but does see some adults with ADHD. Further, he continues to work in the field of telepsychiatry and provides services to Georgians in under-served areas in this manner. Dr. Peeples is also interested in juvenile corrections and currently provides services to the Regional Youth Detention Center of Augusta and the Augusta Youth Development Campus. Additionally, he does occasional work in child custody evaluations. Other areas of clinical involvement include residential care at Lighthouse Care Center of Augusta and student health at the university. In terms of serving the school's educational mission, most of his work focuses on training the child & adolescent psychiatry fellows as the assistant program director for the fellowship program, & the outpatient director as well. Nationally, he's a member of the AACAP media committee, and has served as a board examiner for the ABPN child & adolescent boards.
Child & adolescent psychiatry
ADHD, both child & adult
Work in the corrections setting at the Regional Youth Detention Center.
Medical School: University of South Carolina - 2001
Residency: Medical College of Georgia - 2004
Fellowship: Medical College of Georgia - 2006
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