Rahn Kennedy Bailey, MD
Rahn Kennedy Bailey, MD, DFAPA, ACP, is the Chief Medical Officer of Kedren Health’s 72-bed acute inpatient psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinic services. Originally from Beaumont, Texas, he is 1990 graduate of University of Texas – Medical Branch (UTMB) Galveston School of Medicine, and a 1995 residency and fellowship graduate of Yale University. He has worked as a schizophrenia researcher at LSU, and was additionally the Medical Director of Bryce State Hospital Psychiatric Unit in Alabama. Currently, he is the Assistant Dean of Education at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, where he additionally serves at the Clerkship Director for Medical and Physician Assistant students. Dr. Bailey has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles including: Confidentiality in healthcare, the practice of medicine, treatment of clinical depression in African-American men, Climate change: Heightened risks of fatality in urban communities, and Pipeline changes: How to recruit, retain and graduate African-American physicians. Additionally, he has published three books: A Physicians Prescription for Healthcare, Firearm Violence: A Psychiatric Perspective, and Interpersonal Domestic Violence.