Training the Next Generation of Leaders in Psychiatry


We are a diverse community of learners committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive psychiatric care.

Through involvement in hospital and clinic quality committees, residents engage in scholarly activities that impact the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery in our local community. Both quality improvement projects and scholarly activity are integral parts of our curriculum and are requirements for graduation from the program.

  • 2 Weeks Orientation
  • 1 Month Intro to Psychiatry
  • 4 Months Internal Medicine
  • 2 Months Neurology
  • 5 Months Inpatient Psychiatry
  • 2 Months Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry
  • 2 Months Consultation Liaison
  • 2 Months Assertive Community Treatment Team
  • 2 Months Addiction
  • 2 Months Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • 2 Months Emergency Psychiatry
  • 12 Months Outpatient Psychiatry
  • 4 Months Electives
  • 1 Month Forensic Psychiatry
  • 2 Months Community Psychiatry
  • 1 Month Partial Hospitalization Program
  • 2 Months Inpatient Psychiatry
  • 1 Month Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry
  • 1 Month Consultation Liaison


The Georgia South Psychiatry Residency Program hosts weekly didactic sessions for residents, medical students, staff physicians and other learners. Sessions are held each Thursday beginning at 9:00 am and conclude at 3:00 pm. Didactic sessions include “core” lectures, which cover topics pertinent to the foundation of Psychiatry. Core lectures are repeated annually to allow residents to review core topics and concepts multiple times throughout their four years of residency training. In addition to core lectures, didactic sessions include journal club, case reviews, resident-led lectures, and board review.

Training Sites

Our residents train at a number of sites around South Georgia, including:

  • Colquitt Regional Medical Center
  • Turning Point Hospital
  • Georgia Pines
  • Colquitt County Jail
  • Vandemark Psychiatry and Counseling