Jorge Aguilar-Zanatta, M.D., M.S.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Dr. Jorge Aguilar-Zanatta came to Yale as a Psychosomatic Medicine Fellow after completing an Adult Psychiatry Residency at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in Queens, New York. He obtained his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine and Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico. He joined Yale-New Haven Hospital's Psychological Medicine Department as a Consult Psychiatrist for the Behavioral Intervention Team and Consult Psychiatry Service. In addition, Dr. Aguilar-Zanatta will serve as an HIV Psychiatry Attending at the Nathan Smith Clinic. Most recently, Dr. Aguilar-Zanatta also provides General Psychiatric services at Yale's Primary Care Clininic. He Co-Leads the developing response team and de-escalation sub-committee and provides consultation to the Prevention and Management of the Disruptive Patient Initiative. His interests include Psychosomatic Medicine, HIV Psychiatry in Hispanic Communities, Trauma Surgery Psychiatry, and instructing fellows, residents, and medical students. He sits on the Fellowship Training Committee and APRN Training Committees.
Education & Training
- Ross University School of Medicine, NY, NY (2006)
- Board Certification
- Psychosomatic Medicine, Board Eligible