ABDUL MAJID KHAN, M.D.
Abdul Majid Khan, M.D. is a practicing Psychiatrist who was born and raised in Southeast Louisiana. He completed his Psychiatric training at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans and Ochsner Medical Center, having started at Charity Hospital before Katrina. He has served as Medical Director of several Acute Inpatient Psychiatric facilities, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs in the private sector. He has been on faculty as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry with the LSU Department of Psychiatry in New Orleans and on staff, in the past, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. He has also served as Behavioral Health Medical Director with a Bayou Health Plan to assist with their transition in providing Mental Health to their members. He is currently the Medical Director of Jefferson Oaks Behavioral Health and Regions Behavioral Hospital.
Dr. Khan was selected by CIGNA to be the official provider for the NFL Players Association for the Southeast Louisiana region.
Dr. Khan is a member of the Louisiana Psychiatric Medical Association & American Psychiatric Association.
Dr. Khan is married and has 3 children. He is a second generation psychiatrist and his father is still practicing in the New Orleans area.
Dr. Khan provides empathetic care using medication and psychotherapy to treat conditions such as: ADHD/ ADD, anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, and substance abuse. He welcomes adults who are seeking more than the usual 15 minute medication sessions.
EMILY CLELAND, PMHNP
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Emily Cleland, PMHNP, is a Baton Rouge native. She attended nursing school at Southeastern Louisiana State University. After graduating, Emily worked as a Psychiatric RN, for 8 years, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. She completed most of her graduate preceptorship with Dr. Khan. Upon graduating, Emily elected to stay on with Khan Psychiatry. She continues to excel with providing patient care at Khan Psychiatry, Jefferson Oaks Intensive Outpatient Program, and at Regions Behavioral Hospital.