Bernstein/Davis Family Reception Area

Bernstein/Davis Family Reception Area

July 7, 2021

Gail A. Bernstein, MD, is a long-time advocate for children's mental health and has spent her career providing clinical care and doing research in this area. So when the opportunity arose to provide the support necessary to help make MIDB a reality, it really spoke to her and her family. "We selected the option to name the waiting room space in part because it would reach so many people and honor our family's commitment to pediatric and adolescent mental health," said Bernstein. In addition to working as a child and adolescent psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences treating kids with anxiety and mood disorders, Bernstein is an active member of the MIDB planning committee and recently reviewed the aesthetics in the new facility to ensure they are family- and patient-friendly.

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