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Psychiatrist , neurologist

George Neely Raines, American psychiatrist, neurologist. member American Neurological Association, Washington Psychoanalytic Society, Association Research Nervous and Mental Diseases, American Psychopathol. Association, Washington Psychiatric Society (councillor 1950-1951), Sigma Chi, Phi Chi.

Background

Raines, George Neely was born on April 2, 1908 in Jackson, Mississippi, United States. Son of William Giles and Bessie Whitworth (Hoskins) Raines.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Mississippi, 1928. Doctor of Medicine Northwestern University, 1930.

Career

Clair, July 12, 1932. Children—Mary Anne, George Neely. Intern United States Naval Hospital, Mare Island, California, 1930-1931, United States Naval Medical School, Washington, 1934-1935, St. Elizabeths Hospital, 1935-1936 Washington-Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute, 1946-1953.

Entered Medical Corps, United States Navy, 1930, commissioned June, 1930, advanced through grades to captain, 1945. Served aboard United States Ship Idaho and in special service squadron, 1931-1934, United States Ship Saratoga and United States Ship Lexington, 1938-1940. Medical officer in psychiatry and neurological United States Naval Hospital, Washington, 1934, 1941-1942, United States Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, 1935-1938, 1940-1941, Bethesda, Maryland., 1942-1943, chief neuropsychiatry United States Naval Hoso., Portsmouth, Virginia, 1943-1945, United States Naval Hospital, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, 1945-1960.

Medical officer charge Naval medical unit. St. Elizabeths Hospital, head department neurology and psychiatry Naval Medical School, 1945-1950. Head, neuropsychiatry branch, Bureau Medicine and Surgery, Navy Department, 1950-1953, 1955-1958, retired.

Executive officer United States Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia, 1953-1955. Professor, director department psychiatry, Georgetown University Medical Center since 1948. Associate Washington School Psychology, since 1950.

Instructor clinical neurological Temple University School Medical, 1937-1941. Clinical professor psychiatry, Georgetown University School Medical, 1947-1948. Cons. neurological, psychiatry to professional div., Bureau Medical and Surgery Navy Department, 1949-1950.

Consultant Naval Dispensary, 1949-1950. Special consultant to National Institute Mental Health, United States Public Health Service, Bethesda, since 1949. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurological (director).

Fellow American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association (chairman committee on nomenclature and statistics 1948-1954. Councillor, 1954-1957), American College of Physicians. Member American Neurological Association, Washington Psychoanalytic Society, Association Research Nervous and Mental Diseases, American Psychopathol.

Association, Washington Psychiatric Society (councillor 1950-1951), Sigma Chi, Phi Chi. Contributor to professional, medical journals Office: 3800 Reservoir Road, N.W., Washington 7.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to professional, medical journals.

Membership

Member American Neurological Association, Washington Psychoanalytic Society, Association Research Nervous and Mental Diseases, American Psychopathol. Association, Washington Psychiatric Society (councillor 1950-1951), Sigma Chi, Phi Chi.

Connections

Married Kate Oliver St. Children: Mary Anne, George Neely.

father:
William Giles Raines

mother:
Bessie Whitworth (Hoskins) Raines

spouse:
Kate Oliver St.

children:
Mary Anne Raines

George Neely Raines