CURRICULUM VITAe

ARTHUR Dumont  III, M.d.

1968 – 1972  – Graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi with a Bachelor of Science.

  • Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), the National Leadership Honor Society, Freshman of the Year.
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta – The Premedical Honor Society

1972 – 1976 –

  • University of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi; Doctor of Medicine

1976 – 1977

  • Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland, California; Psychiatry Internship

1977 – 1980

  • Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland, California; Psychiatry Residency,
  • A University of California Medical Center, San Francisco Associate Program

Sept. 1980

  • Naval Regional Medical Center, Memphis, Tennessee

Sept. 1983

  • Chief of Psychiatry and Chief of Alcohol Rehabilitation Services

Oct. 1983

  • Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California

Aug. 1984

  • Assistant Chief of Psychiatry Department

Sept. 1984

  • Board Certification by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Sept. 1984 – Mar. 1986

  • Medical Director Addictive Disease Program,
  • Charter Southland Hospital and Staff Psychiatrist, Mobile, Alabama

1986 – 1988

  • President of The Medical Staff of Charter Southland Hospital, Mobile, Alabama

1989 – 1991

  • Chairman, Department Of Psychiatry, Providence Hospital, Mobile, Alabama

Sept. 1984 – Feb. 2007

  • Private Outpatient Practice of Psychiatry, Mobile, Alabama

Feb. 2007 – Dec. 2015

  •  Psychiatry Readings and Continuing Medical Education, Orange Beach, Alabama

Mar. 2016 – Present

  • Private Practice of Psychiatry, Gulf Shores, Alabama

Licensed:

Active: Alabama

Inactive: Mississipi, Louisiana, Tennesse and California

 

Professional Societies, Past And Present:

  • Medical Association Of The State Of Alabama
  • American Psychiatric Association
  • American Academy Of Clinical Psychiatrist
  • Baldwin County Medical Society
  • Mobile County Medical Association
  • Southern Medical Association
  • Academy Of Psychosomatic Medicine