Krishan K. Gupta, M.D.

Krishan K. Gupta, M.D. 

Education:

Psychiatric Residency from University of Mississippi Medical Center;
Jackson, Mississippi 39216.
December 1992
  M.B., B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, equivalent to M.D.) University School of Medical Sciences, Delhi University, India.
December 1977
Premedical from Delhi University in 1973.
E.C.F.M.G.
Flex, from State of Washington, passed in 1985

Licenses:

State of Washington, 1985
State of Tennessee, 1989
State of Arkansas, 1990
State of Mississippi, 1991-Active


Work Experience

United States

Private Practice:

1.) Ridgewood Clinics
1059 Ridgewood Place
Jackson, MS 39211, 1/93 to present

2.) Brookhaven Psychiatric & Psychological Associates
439 North Jackson
Brookhaven, MS 39601, 1/94 to 12/97

Psychiatric
Medical Director:

a. Claiborne County Hospital
Behavioral Health Unit
11/95 to 1/98

b. Jefferson County Hospital
Behavioral Health Unit
10/96 to 10/97

Consulting Psychiatrist:

a. Ellisville State Schools, 9/91 to 12/92
b. Southwest Mental Health Center at McComb and other clinics, 8/91 to 8/99
c. Pinebelt Mental Health Center at Prentiss Clinic, 11/91 to 6/92
d. Boswell Mental Retardation Center, 5/92 to 5/93
e. Life Help Mental Retardation Center at Greenwood, 6/92 to 11/92
f. Community Counseling Services, Starkville MS, 10/92 to 10/93
g. Cares Center, 2/93 to 3/96

Worked as staff physician in ambulatory care from September 30, 1985 to October 1, 1986 at V.A.M.C. in Biloxi, MS

Duties included: Outpatient Clinic Management: Covering of emergency room days and nights.

Worked with Dr. Perrigo, M.D. (Cardiologist A.B.S.M.) from July 1984 to September 1985 in the capacity of physician assistant (internal medicine) in his offices. Observing closely non-invasive cardiology testing, management, cardiology rehabilitation, acupuncture, and interpretation of results under Dr. Perrigo's direct supervision.

St. Vincent Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio. House Physician from July 1983 to September 1985.

Duties included: Complete history and physical examination of admitted patients; follow-up of patients' treatment, management and differential diagnosis; and attending Grand Rounds and Clinical Seminars.


Work Experience
India

Rotating internship from January to December at Safdarjang Hospital, Largest hospital in India with 1400 beds.

Rotation included:
• Three months in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
• Three months in Social and Preventive Medicine
• Three months in Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Three months in surgery, Eye - ENT.

Pediatric residency at Safdarjang Hospital from February, 1979 and from January 1, 1980 to January 31, 1980.

Duties included: Management of Emergency Room, O.P.D. Inpatient and inpatient intensive care unit: Neonatology and Neonatal I.C.U.

 

Orthopedic residency from July 1979 to December 1979.

Duties included: O.P.D. Clinics, inpatient care, fracture clinics and Emergency Room: Performed open and closed reductions in OR and assisted all major surgeries at the Central Institute or Orthopedics, Safdarjang Hospital. Junior Medical Officer at Safdarjang Hospital from August 1980 to November 1980.

Teaching Experience:

Clinical tutor (Demonstrator) from February 1981 to May 1982 University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University, in Forensic Medicine.

Duties included:
• Independent lectures of undergraduate medical students
• Arranged clinical undergraduate medical students
• Administrative functions:
• Worked in Forensic Pathology Lab and reported autopsy findings.

Speaking Engagements:

Served as Speaker for Pfizer, Forrest Labs, Wyeth-Ayerst and Eli Lilly Companies.

Publication:

Effects of Naltrexone on Self-Injury, Stereotypy, and Social Behavior Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Published in the Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1995

Personal:

U.S. Citizen: married with one daughter and two sons.