Dr. Rahn Baily
Born in 1964, Dr. Rahn Baily grew up in Beaumont, Texas. After graduating from Moorehouse College, an all-black male school, in 1986, he attended medical school at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Dr. Baily completed his residency in psychiatry in the affiliated hospitals of the University of Texas and a final year in forensic medicine at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticutt.
Dr. Baily’s career offered him unique opportunities. For example, he became the medical director of a 400-bed inpatient state hospital in Alabama early in his career. He later held the same position for a group of outpatient clinics in Houston. He presently is in private practice in a suburb of Houston and privileges at a nearby hospital. He also teaches at Baylor University’s School of Medicine.
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