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Dr. Tracey Lee Cornella-Carlson

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IAEDP Southern Californai
100 E Shoreline Dr
Long Beach , California 90802
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.D.
  • medical degree
    Chicago Medical School
  • MD
  • medical degree
    The Chicago Medical School
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Tracey L. CornellaCarlson, M.D., CEDS
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rogershospital.org, 1 June 2011 [cached]
Milwaukee - Tracey Cornella-Carlson, M.D., will lead the development of a new inpatient eating disorders treatment program for children and adolescents that will expand the capacity of Rogers Memorial Hospital's Eating Disorder Services.
"The average age of those suffering from life-stealing diseases like anorexia is dropping," said Cornella-Carlson.
The federal Office on Women's Health recently reported that eating disorders are being diagnosed in girls as young as 9 years old. Rogers Memorial's own statistics report a similar drop in the average age of those seeking treatment for eating disorders. "The numbers of people suffering from eating disorders are on the rise in the United States, not only among adolescent white women, but among all ethnic groups, boys, and even little girls," Cornella-Carlson said.
"Fortunately," she said, "treatment does work, especially when it is administered early and integrated with medical care."
Cornella-Carlson, a board-certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist at Rogers Memorial, the largest non-profit behavioral health treatment provider in Wisconsin, will be a hands-on leader and clinician in new program scheduled to open this fall at Rogers Memorial - Milwaukee.
Under Cornella-Carlson's leadership, Rogers Memorial's inpatient program for children and adolescents will feature nutritional and medical stabilization, a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation for identification and treatment of potential co-occurring illnesses and family-focused therapy. This inpatient hospitalization program will also be the first at Rogers Memorial to feature on-site dietitian-supervised meals.
"While dietitians have always played a strong role in our treatment centers," said Cornella-Carlson, "this program will be our first to have the dietitian at the table with our patients." This keys in with the program's educational aspect, Cornella-Carlson said. "Our emphasis will be on educating and involving families. Transitioning to other levels of care will also be a priority," she said.
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As part of the creation of the program, Cornella-Carlson will be given the title Medical Director of the Child and Adolescent, Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization Eating Disorder Programs at Rogers Memorial - Milwaukee.
Cornella-Carlson received her medical degree from the Chicago Medical School in 1992. She also completed a three-year general psychiatry residency and a two-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry as Chief Fellow at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago. She has done research on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and specializes in eating disorder treatment.
Cornella-Carlson is licensed to practice psychiatry in the state of Wisconsin, and a current member of the Academy for Eating Disorders and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She has seen hundreds of patients with eating disorders during her tenure with Rogers Memorial.
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"As women we are meant to connect with each other," said Tracy Cornella-Carlson, a full-time psychiatrist at Rogers Memorial Hospital, southeastern Wisconsin's largest behavioral health service provider.
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"Women in midlife may feel that they are 'too old' for this problem," Cornella-Carlson told those at the Women's Gathering. "Their eating disorder has become part of their life. Many of these women don't think that their life can be any different; their eating disorder has become a way of life for them and they don't know how to change, she said.
"But treatment does work and life can be better," Cornella-Carlson said.
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I propose we use the body as a vehicle to connect. and do good things," Cornella-Carlson said.
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Dr. Tracey Cornella-Carlson receives board certification
Town of Summit, Wisc. - Tracey Cornella-Carlson, a staff psychiatrist with Rogers Memorial Hospital's Eating Disorder Services was recently named the attending psychiatrist for the Eating Disorder partial hospitalization program for preteens to young adults after receiving board certification as a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist.
"Obtaining this certification was a personal goal," Cornella-Carlson said. "Board certification is the medical community's way of letting the public and other health care providers know that this is a quality physician - one that the public should be comfortable seeking care from, and one that other professionals can consult with confidence."
Board certification presents evidence that the doctor has exceptional proficiency in a certain area.
Cornella-Carlson said our country has unrealistic expectations about being thin.
"I think eating disorders are becoming such an issue in the U.S., particularly amongst our adolescents, and now even children, due to the fact that a thin body is perceived as a simple answer for acceptance and happiness," Cornella-Carlson said.
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"We are incredibly fortunate to have Tracey as part of the eating disorder treatment team," he said. "She brings an exceptional amount of professionalism to the field. The fact that she is now board certified goes to show that Rogers Memorial has a staff that is highly dedicated to their field and their patients."
Cornella-Carlson received her medical degree from the Chicago Medical School in 1992. She also completed a three-year general psychiatry residency and a two-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry as Chief Fellow at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago. She has done research on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and specializes in eating disorder treatment. Cornella-Carlson is licensed to practice psychiatry in the state of Wisconsin, and a current member of the Academy for Eating Disorders and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
"Rogers is unique for many reasons - it's a true specialty psychiatric facility that has attracted an abundant supply of extremely competent medical staff," Cornella-Carlson said.
Tracey Cornella-Carlson, MD, ...
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Tracey Cornella-Carlson, MD, DFAACAP, CEDS
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Tracey Lee Cornella-Carlson, MD, DFAACAP, CEDS
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Tracey Cornella-Carlson, MD, DFAACAP, CEDS is the medical director of the child and adolescent eating disorder programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. A board-certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist, she received her medical degree from the Chicago Medical School in 1992. At Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, Dr. Cornella-Carlson completed a three-year general psychiatry residency and a two-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry, during which she was chief fellow. She has done research on co-morbidity in boys with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and specializes in eating disorders.
Dr. Cornella-Carlson is a current member of the Academy for Eating Disorders, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and is certified by the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.
Staff Profiles at Pathway Clinic
www.pathwayclinic.com, 26 June 2013 [cached]
Tracey Cornella-Carlson, MD
Dr. Cornella-Carlson is a board-certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. She received her medical degree from the Chicago Medical School in 1992. At Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, Dr. Cornella-Carlson completed a three-year general psychiatry residency and a two-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry, during which she was Chief Fellow. She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and is currently a leader and clinician at the Adolescent Inpatient, Residential and Partial Hospitalization Programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. Dr. Cornella-Carlson is licensed to practice psychiatry in the state of Wisconsin, and a current member of the Academy for Eating Disorders and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Tracey L. CornellaCarlson, ...
heartlandiaedp.com, 28 July 2014 [cached]
Tracey L. CornellaCarlson, M.D., CEDS tcornellacarlson@rogershospital.org
Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Eating Disorder Services Rogers Memorial Hospital
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