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Ravven elected Vice President of Vermont Medical Society

November 06, 2018

Simha Ravven, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in the Law and Psychiatry Division at Yale School of Medicine, has been elected Vice President of the Vermont Medical Society (VMS).

Ravven is Interim Chief Medical Officer at Brattleboro Retreat, a psychiatric hospital in Brattleboro, VT. She completed her Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at Yale School of Medicine and served as Medical Director of the Brattleboro Retreat’s Birches Treatment Center prior to returning to Yale in 2016 to pursue various academic, research, and clinical interests.

She returned to Brattleboro Retreat in 2017 but has maintained a clinical faculty affiliation with the Yale Department of Psychiatry.

VMS is the leading voice of physicians in Vermont and is dedicated to advancing the practice of medicine by advocating on behalf of the state’s doctors and the patients and communities they care for.

Submitted by Christopher Gardner on November 06, 2018