My name is Asa G. Yancey, Jr., M.D. My undergraduate years were at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia where I graduated Cum Laude B.Sc. My junior year abroad was at University of Edinburgh, Scotland. I graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 1981. A Pediatric Internship year was in Phoenix, Arizona, July, 1981 to June, 1982.
I fulfilled a National Health Service Corps obligation by practicing on the T’ohono O’odham (formerly Papago) Indian reservation in southern Arizona for three years followed by one year working in emergency rooms. My pediatric residency continued at University of Arizona, from July, 1986 to June, 1988. General Psychiatry training was at University of Colorado Health Science Center from July, 1988 to June, 1990. I completed my 2 years of Child and Adolescent fellowship training in June, 1992 also at U.C.H.S.C. Pediatric practice in the Rose Hospital Emergency Room began in June 1990, ending June, 2003 dedicating all professional time to Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
My current board certifications are in General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I no longer actively practice pediatrics but remain on staff at Rose Medical Center. My first job after completing child fellowship training was at National Jewish Hospital from July 1992 to June, 1995. In July, 1995 I began the private practice of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I managed medications for a dorm of young adolescent boys at the Denver Children’s Home (a residential treatment facility) for the last 9 years. There are also child and adolescent consults performed at Presbyterian, St. Luke’s, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.