Dia Arpon, MD

Staff Psychiatrist
Medication Management

Education and training

  • University of Maryland Baltimore County, BS
  • Drexel University College of Medicine, MD
  • Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Residency

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Dia Arpon, MD

Dr. Arpon is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology. She has held numerous leadership roles in the field of psychiatry over the past 16 years since graduating from Thomas Jefferson University Psychiatry Residency Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has worked as the Chairman of the Psychiatry Department at Northern Montana Hospital and served as a member of the Medical Board.

She has been working as the leader of the community treatment team for 4 years at North Healthcare in Wausau, Wisconsin. She spearheaded and was certified in spravato ketamine nasal spray for treatment resistant depression during covid when ECT was not available. She served 9 years at the Worcester County Health Department in Snow Hill , Maryland providing quality community outpatient psychiatry working closely with the school system, treating adults with substance use disorders, and overseeing a team of social workers, nurses, the Medical Officer, and psychiatrist. She served as a member and advisor to the Maryland Adult Protective Service Board for 9 years for wards of the state of Maryland. She is a certified Bupernorphine prescriber to help combat the opioid crisis and knowledgeable in medication assisted treatment of substance use disorders. Served as a first responder in crisis response for the state of Maryland. She is an advocate for the Out of Darkness Suicide Prevention and Awareness Walk, the Alzheimer’s Dementia Walk, Wounded Warriors Project, and organized community health fairs.

Dr. Arpon is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatry Association and have given talks to college students on mental health, Surviving the Winter Blues, Autism, spoke with the police about engaging people with mental health, and was a presenter at an AME Conference on Mental Health.

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