Andrew D. Gill, MD
- Instructor in Psychiatry, Part-Time
After graduating with honors in biology from Harvard University in 1968, Andrew D. Gill, MD, went on to medical school at Case Western Reserve University. At graduation he was awarded the Ohio Mental Health Association Prize for outstanding student in psychiatry. He returned to Massachusetts for a rotating internship at Cambridge Hospital. After completing a three-year psychiatric residency at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, he served as chief resident in psychiatry there and began his private practice.
In addition to his years on the staff at Beth-Israel, Dr. Gill worked at several non-profit clinics and hospitals in central Massachusetts. When McLean Hospital opened the Addiction Treatment Center at Naukeag, a dual diagnosis rehabilitation center, Dr. Gill was asked to be medical director. He is also a consulting psychiatrist at Fernside, which opened a few years later. He currently works at McLean in both capacities.
Bassuk E, Schooner, S, Gill A, eds. Lifelines: clinical perspectives on suicide. Plenum Press: New York, 1982.
Lifelines: Clinical Perspectives on Suicide
Edited by Ellen L. Bassuk, MD, Stephen C. Schoonover, MD, and Andrew D. Gill, MD
(Plenum Press, 1982)
Education & Training
- 1968 AB, Harvard University
- 1972 MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
- 1972-1973 Rotating Internship, Cambridge Hospital
- 1973-1976 Residency in Psychiatry, Beth Israel Hospital
- 1976-1977 Chief Resident in Psychiatry, Beth Israel Hospital
- 1977 Research Fellowship in Behavioral Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital
- 1977 McLaughlin Fellowship, American College of Psychiatry
- 1974 Medical License, Board of Registration in Medicine, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- 1978 Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology