Asim Rana, M.D. is a Pennsylvania licensed psychiatrist and diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Nuerology. Dr. Rana studied medicine in Bahawalpur, Pakistan at the Quaid E Azam Medical College. He completed a residency in adult psychiatry at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. In 2003, he joined a fellowship program in Child Psychiatry at Duke University. Beginning in 2004, Dr. Rana served as a staff psychiatrist at Twin County Regional Hospital in Galax, Virginia, where he provided both inpatient and outpatient services. In 2007, Dr. Rana moved to Chester County in Pennsylvania, finally settling down in Downingtown. Dr. Rana started working at Delaware Psychiatric Center, and served as a the Chief Psychiatrist at that hospital. He also served as the Chairman of the Medical Executive Staff Committee and Pharmacy and Therapeutic Community. While there, he also participated in the residency program, both teaching and training psychiatry residents with special focus on diagnostic interview techniques and advanced psychopharmacology. Since then he has been providing inpatient and consultation services at Brandywine Hospital. He also is a consultant to many local assisted living facilities and nursing homes. He is also a suboxone certified physicians and provide office based suboxone treatment and Dr. Rana was fortunate to be nominated top psychiatrist in metropolitan philadelphia area for year 2010 and 2011 and was profiled psychiatrist of 2011 as per mainline today magazine in speciality of Psychiatry.
Dr. Rana is dedicated to his clinical practice and professional education. He hopes to use his training and education to provide a safe and comfortable environment for each client so that each individuals needs are compassionately understood and addressed. His approach involves conducting a comprehensive diagnostic analysis of the client’s condition to develop a highly individualized treatment plan based on the client’s specific needs and using evidence based treatment with overall goal of recovery rather than just symptomatic management of clients