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School of Medicine Columbia

Faculty and Staff

Craig Andrew Stuck, M.D.

Title: Clinical Associate Professor of Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Science
General Residency Training Director
Department: Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Science
School of Medicine Columbia
Phone: 803-434-4913

Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Sci
15 Medical Park


Medical Education
Jefferson Medical College, MD, 1982

Palmetto Health Richland, 2002
St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, 1985

Psychiatry-Anxiety Disorders in Children
Psychiatry-Psychosomatic Disorders in Children

Board Certifications
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2002
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2003
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Psychosomatic Medicine, 2005

Foreign Languages
Basic Urdu


Dr. Craig Stuck spent 13 years in family practice before returning to the academic setting to train in child and adolescent psychiatry. As a family practitioner, his employers included Valley Family Health Care, Payette, Idaho, along with health care providers in Columbia, York and Chester, South Carolina. He served for eight years as a medical missionary at Christian Hospital, Sahiwal, Pakistan, where he provided pediatric and women's care. He also worked with community health needs and a community-based drug prevention and treatment program in Pakistan. 

A graduate of Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania, Dr. Stuck earned a doctor of medicine from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. He completed a family practice residency at St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. and a child and adolescent psychiatry residency at Palmetto Health Alliance, Columbia, S.C.

A recent addition to the Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science in 2003, Dr. Stuck is board certified in general psychiatry and in child and adolescent psychiatry. His research involves approaches to promote greater understanding and cooperation between clergy and mental health professionals in caring for people with emotional problems.

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