Dr. Douglas Behrman


Dr. Douglas Behrman has practiced Internal Medicine for the past 20 years. He currently practices in both a community health setting and at our Suboxone clinic. He has experience in both Geriatric and Adult Medicine and has also worked in Urgent Care, Private Practice and Hospital Medicine settings. Dr. Behrman has served as Medical Director of several local area Nursing Homes and has acted as a preceptor for clinical medicine for Unversity of Cincinnati Medical School.

Dr. Behrman has lived and worked in Cincinnati for the past 18 years. He completed his medical training at Mount Sinai Hospital/Queens Health Center in New York City in Internal Medicine and worked for 2 years in the medically underserved area of the South Bronx.

 

Dr. Steven R. Seals

Board Certified in Occupational Medicine

Education

  • Sept. 1960-August 1963 Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Bachelor of Arts in Zoology.
  • Sept. 1963-June 1967, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Doctor of Medicine.
  • Jan. 1978-Dec. 1978 University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio. Master of Public Administration.
  • March 1988-August 1988 University of Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Master of Public Health.

Internship

University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. Mixed Mediciane/Pediatrics. July 1967-June
1968.
Residency: University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. General Pediatrics. July 1970-June 1972.

Board Certification

  • American Board of Preventive Medicine (Occupational Medicine)
  • American Board of Pediatrics (Inactive)

Work Experience

  • General Pediatrics, private practice: Dayton, Ohio. July 1972 to December 1988

Occupational Medicine

February 1989 to present. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Dayton, Ohio. General medicine (military sick call), evaluation of civilian work-related illness and injury [worker’s compensation), pre-employment medical examinations, performance and review of disability retirements, evaluation of work-related hazards and development of appropriate initial/periodic/termination evaluations, evaluation and initial therapy of medical emergencies, return to duty evaluations, and fitness-for-duty evaluations. Intermittent supervisory duties of physicians, ancillary medical personnel, and administrative personnel.

Computer Skills

Use of electronic medical records since 2006.

References

Available upon request

 

Dr. Mark T. Stevens


Dr Mark T. Stevens MD is a Chicago native, a proud graduate of Hoffman Estates High School and the University of Illinois. He completed his Residency in Family Medicine in 1994. Dr Stevens is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. He graduated from medical school in 1991.

Dr. Stevens is Board Certified in Family Practice and Addictionology. He has been treating addiction issues since 2000. He formerly directed a Methadone Clinic and supervised several outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs. Dr. Stevens has worked in Family Medicine and Addictionology in Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, and Ohio.

Dr Steves is fluent with the latest treatment guidelines for the treatment of substance misuse disorders. He is currently certified to utilize Suboxone for the treatment of Opioid dependence. Dr. Stevens is excited to bring his experience and good-natured approach to patients in the Cincinnati area.