Sheritta Strong, M.D.

Sheritta Strong, MD
Assistant Professor

Academic Office:
985575 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-5578
Phone 402.552.6002

Clinic Practice Location:
Poynter Hall
42nd and Dewey, SW corner
5th floor
For all appointments call 402.552.6007

Assertive Community Treatment, Community Alliance
4001 Leavenworth Street, 402-341-5128
A. C. T. Team Psychiatrist

Charles Drew Health Center
2915 Grant Street
Consultant in Psychiatry

University of Nebraska Medical Center
Doctor of Medicine, 2004

Creighton-Nebraska Psychiatry Training Program
Resident, 2008

Hospital Appointments:
The Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha VA Medical Center

Biographical Sketch:
Dr. Strong specializes in psychiatric needs for the adult population.  Her interests are treatment of chronic and persistent mental illness, increasing community awareness of mental illness, and various minority issues. She also values the importance of training medical students as she participates as a Faculty Facilitator for the Integrated Clinical Experience for first and second year medical students and assists with preparation for the clinical years.

She coordinates the second year student doctors’ psychiatry clerkship. Regarding resident education, she co-facilitates the course for trainees in their Post-Graduate Year Two to hone the understanding of the major psychiatric syndromes. She is currently collaborating on an article discussing cannabis abuse and psychosis.

Dr. Strong has been involved in community services for the Metropolitan Community College (For Colored Girls), the Omaha World-Herald on mental illness treatment, Westside High School on a literature project, as a guest speaker at a Creighton University annual retreat and as a keynote speaker at the University of Nebraska at Omaha Project Achieve Honors Ceremony.

In the community, Dr. Strong serves as an usher at her local church and participates in a number of local organizations that have outreach programs. Every year, she assists with the raising of funds for local scholarships for young women who are pursuing higher education.