Erika Nathan, MD
Dr Nathan completed her residency in Psychiatry at The University Hospitals of Cleveland in 1999. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
She has been working with adults in the Cleveland community in emergency psychiatric services, community mental health and in private practice. Her areas of interest include diagnosing and treatment of mood disorders, attention deficit disorders, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, addiction and psychotic disorders.
Dr Nathan believes that everyone deserves to receive a comprehensive assessment with compassion and respect and then offering the best treatment plan for the patient.
8224 Mentor Ave., Suite 208
Mentor, OH 44060
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(Erika Nathan, MD) "I am so glad you referred me to her. I just love her. She is such an amazing lady and an awesome doctor… I appreciate her so much ... she really cares and is so easy to talk to!"
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