Dr. Adedapo Oduwole – Medical Director
Dr. Oduwole received his medical education at the University of Ilorin in Ilorin, Nigeria. Upon coming to the United States he completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at Bronx Lebanon Hospital in Bronx, New York. He subsequently also completed a Fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at the Bronx facility. Among his current credentials, Dr. Oduwole is a Diplomat of the American Boards of Addiction Medicine, Addiction Psychiatry, Psychiatry and Internal Medicine.
Dr. Rupa Shetty – Adult/Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist
Dr. Shetty originates from Mumbai, India. As a medical student, she quickly excelled through her program, becoming a licensed, practicing physician at the age of 23. After moving to the United States, Dr. Shetty continued her studies at a substance abuse counseling center in Texas. Once her time in Texas was finished, she attended the Medical College of Georgia where she completed her residency in Psychiatry. At the conclusion of her residency, Dr. Shetty continued her training at the Medical College of Georgia and completed her Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. During this time, her skills and expertise earned her the title of Chief Resident. She also serves as the Chief of Psychiatry at the Waccamaw Center for Mental Health.
Dr. Deepti Challagolla – General Adult Psychiatrist
Dr. Challagolla received her medical degree from Andhra Medical College in India. She completed her post graduate training at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Upon completion of her residency she began working at Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital in 2016. Dr. Challagolla is currently the Clinical Director of Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital’s Chemical Dependency program. She is currently certified in adult psychiatry with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Kurt Klauburg – Geriatric Psychiatrist
Having grown up in St. Louis, Missouri, Dr. Kurt Klauburg is a native of the Midwestern United States. Dr. Klauburg completed his undergraduate studies at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa and medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. His postgraduate training was at the University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry in Iowa City, Iowa where he specialized his training in adult and geriatric psychiatry.