Dr. Ogram attended New Jersey Medical School in Newark New Jersey and fell in love with psychiatry during his clerkship on the psychiatric intensive care.  He further received training at Georgetown for his Psychiatry residency.  Dr. Ogram worked at the Fairfax-Falls Church CSB during residency.  He also trained in ECT during residency with Drs. Lebensohn and Moscarella at Sibley Hospital in D.C.  After Dr. Ogram’s residency he was in private, outpatient practice in Northern Virginia for twenty years.  In his early career he focused on brain injury and was affiliated with the Mount Vernon Hospital.  Dr. Ogram later worked for the Lynchburg CSB and subsequently helped Danville start their first PACT Team.  Dr. Ogram also worked in Emergency Services for the Fairfax Falls Church CSB before moving to Virginia’s Eastern Shore where he returned to private practice for twelve years.  He fell in love with rural psychiatry there and also consulted with the local jail.  Dr. Ogram began branching into substance abuse treatment through an association with Dr. Legree Hallman, whom he met in Lynchburg, and now was working at Meridian Psychotherapy in VA Beach with Dr. Michael Bohan.  Dr. Ogram also worked at the Recovery Center of in Virginia Beach and soon thereafter became a MAT provider and secured a buprenorphine waiver.  Dr. Ogram has since joined the Hampton Newport News CSB.





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