Dr. David Gil, MD
I have spent my career ministering to the needs of the public sector, and training mental healthcare professionals of every ilk – from psychiatric residents and medical students to psychology and clinical social work interns, from NPs to psychiatric nurses to nursing students to direct-care staff in community residential treatment programs and special schools of every possible description.
My career-long devotion to the most injured and disenfranchised populations – residing in state hospitals, state schools, and group homes from Maine to northern Virginia – has conferred “adhoc” expertise in treating the unique mental health needs of the brain injured, developmentally disabled, autistic, profoundly mentally ill, and sufferers of rare diseases.
1969 A.B. cumlaude
College Cévenol, Le
Haute Loire, France
University of Uppsala,
Case Western Reserve
University School of
Visiting Fellowship in ECT School
Duke University of Medicine
Dean of Clinical Medicine, Saba University School of Medicine, Saba, W. I. Co-founder and Dean of Clinical Medicine, University of St. Eustasius School of Medicine, St. Eustasius, W.I.
President and Dean, St. Christopher’s University School of Medicine, Luton, England Chief Academic Officer, Medical University of the Americas, Belize