Michael Solloway, MD
Michael L. Solloway, MD, has lived in Jacksonville for more than 20 years and has been involved in shaping the regional psychiatric community. He served as the Medical Director of Daniel Memorial, a residential treatment facility for children and adolescents. Dr. Solloway’s areas of interest include:
A Psychiatrist specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of mental, addictive and emotional disorders such as schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance-related disorders, sexual and gender identity disorders and adjustment disorders. The Psychiatrist is able to understand the biologic, psychologic and social components of illness, and therefore is uniquely prepared to treat the whole person. A Psychiatrist is qualified to order diagnostic laboratory tests and to prescribe medications, evaluate and treat psychologic and interpersonal problems, and to intervene with families who are coping with stress, crises and other problems in living.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Education & Training:
Doctor of Medicine
University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL
1960 - 1964
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL
1969 - 1971
Baptist Medical Center Beaches
Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
Wolfson Children's Hospital
Baptist Medical Center South
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From the Doctor:
Jacksonville has been a great place to live and raise a family. We have spent most of our spare time on the beach, the river and on golf courses. My pursuits have been biking, golfing, boating and wind surfing.
I believe in a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. It begins with intense listening. This is my best tool in arriving at an accurate understanding of my patients. The patient is part of the team and therefore needs to have as full an understanding of his or her illness as possible. It takes a lot of work to treat a brain disorder and each member of the team must understand their part.
I believe in community involvement and have served as chair of Mental Health America and Youth Crisis Center (YCC). I currently serve on the board of YCC. I have long been involved in NAMI and have learned about the suffering and dedication of the relatives of those afflicted with the most malignant of the mental disorders. I am also involved in the Jewish community and currently serve on the board of the Jewish Federation.