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Dr. Theodore Weltzin Named Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association

(Oconomowoc, WI) Rogers Memorial Hospital is proud to announce that Theodore E. Weltzin, M.D., FAED, Medical Director of Eating Disorder Services at the hospital, has been named a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

A leading authority in the treatment and research of eating disorders, Dr. Weltzin is a board-certified adult psychiatrist who has specialized in the field of eating disorders treatment for more than 20 years and holds several leadership positions and academic posts. As medical director of Eating Disorder Services at Rogers Memorial Hospital since 2001, he has provided direction in all areas of development and clinical oversight of one of the largest eating disorder treatment centers in the country. In addition, he has trained over 100 clinicians in the field and developed innovative programs addressing the unique needs of eating disorder patients.

Created by the APA Membership Committee and Board of Trustees, a Fellow is an honorary designation to recognize members who have demonstrated allegiance to their profession and commitment to the ongoing work of the APA. Fellows are recognized by their colleagues as members of a very select group and are permitted to use the FAPA designation on all of their professional documentation. Fellow applications require review and comment from the member’s district branch/state association as well as the approval of the APA Membership Committee and Board of Trustees. As a result of his achievement, Dr. Weltzin will be formally recognized during the APA’s 56th Convocation of Distinguished Fellows ceremony in San Francisco next year.

Founded in 1844, the American Psychiatric Association is the world’s largest psychiatric organization. It is a medical specialty society currently representing more than 33,000 psychiatric physicians from the United States and around the world. Its members work together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorders, including intellectual developmental disorders and substance use disorders.

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