Baystate Wing Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Rama Krishna Yarasani has joined their medical staff and will serve as an adult inpatient psychiatrist.
Dr. Yarasani graduated from Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad, India, completed his Psychiatry Residency at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Brighton, MA and received his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond Kentucky. Dr. Yarasani has served as the Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Marlborough Hospital and attending Psychiatrist at Arbour-Fuller Hospital in Attleboro, MA and Arbour hospital, Jamaica Plain, MA.
“For individuals with mental health problems who need hospitalization we provide a safe nurturing and therapeutic environment,” said Dr. David Maguire, Chief Medical Officer for the Baystate Mary Lane Outpatient Center and Baystate Wing Hospital. “Dr. Yarasani brings over 12 years of practice in psychiatry to Baystate Wing Hospital. We are delighted to have him join our team providing in-patient care.”
Dr. Yarasani is a member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
In addition to inpatient psychiatric care, Baystate Wing Hospital also offers comprehensive, personalized, high-quality outpatient behavioral health and substance use treatment services through the Griswold Behavioral Health Center.
Dr. Yarasani joins a practice that currently has four psychiatrists and three advanced practitioners. The team, which also includes licensed therapists, offers a broad range of services including individual, couples, family and group therapy; psychiatric assessment and treatment for children, teens, adults and elders; substance use counseling; medication management services; and clinical groups including an early recovery group and a women’s recovery group.
The Griswold Center for Behavioral Health, a service of Baystate Wing Hospital, provides outpatient mental health and addiction recovery services. Most insurance plans are accepted. For more information call the Griswold Behavioral Health Center at 413-370-5285.