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Dr. Robert Vanderberry
Chairman of Directors
The Renewal Center of the South Inc
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Robert C. Vanderberry, M.D.
...Robert C. Vanderberry, MDChairman of the Board of DirectorsDr. Vanderberry is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.S., M.D.).He did pediatric training in the U.S. Navy where he then spent twenty years serving as a Navy pediatrician.After retiring from the Navy he became a Board certified Addictionologist and served as the Medical Director of the Charlotte Treatment Center in Charlotte, NC.In 1988 he became Medical Director of the North Carolina Physicians Health Program (of the NC Medical Society), a program to rehabilitate physicians suffering from chemical dependency, mental illness and physical disabilities.
At the time of his
retirement from that position in 1998, Dr. Vanderberry
had worked with more than 800 physicians and physician assistants and the NC program he
headed was widely considered a paradigm for such programs nationally. During his distinguished career, Dr. Vanderberry held several faculty appointments and has published significant reports of his work in the North Carolina Medical Journal.He has also served as a member of the NC Governor's Commission on Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention.
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Robert Vanderberry, M.D. -
...Dr. Bob Vanderberry
is a native North Carolinian who obtained his
undergraduate and medical school training at the University of North Carolina
then did his
postgraduate training in pediatrics in the US Navy
and remained on active duty for twenty years.He
was fortunate to be stationed in teaching hospitals and trained numerous young pediatricians.While in the Navy he
became interested in adolescent substance abuse and its effects on the family, and was very active with the military's drug and alcohol treatment programs.He
received the Navy Commendation on one occasion and the Navy Meritorious Medal twice.When he retired with the rank of Captain in 1987, he became Medical Director of the Charlotte Treatment Center, a chemical dependency treatment center.
In December 1988, he
was chosen as the first Medical Director of the North Carolina Physicians Health Program (NCPHP), the state's impaired physicians program.Over the next ten years the NCPHP was able to help over 800 physicians and physician assistants, the majority of whom had drug and alcohol problems.Eighty-three percent are recovered and are still practicing medicine.He has served on the Governor's Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and is currently on the Physician Leadership Council for Substance Abuse for the state.Dr. Vanderberry
is married to the former Rixie Marsh of Spencer, NC.They have four grown children and six grandchildren.Now fully retired, Dr. Vanderberry
has time to write and enjoy those grandchildren who range from ages 2 to 19.