WHAT IS A FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIST?
A forensic psychiatrist applies modern scientific knowledge and clinical expertise in the area of mental health in the interest of providing education and consultation to the legal system.
DR. BOBBY A. MILLER, II
Dr. Bobby A. Miller, II, graduated from Marshall University School of Medicine in 1984 and has been licensed to practice in West Virginia since 1985.
He completed his Internship in Internal Medicine at the West Virginia University Hospitals. He then completed combined residencies in both Neurology and Psychiatry at WVU.
After serving as Chief Resident at Chestnut Ridge Hospital, he joined the faculty with joint academic appointment in the Departments of Neurology and Behavioral Medicine focusing on work in the area of Neuropsychiatry.
In 1990, Dr. Miller returned home to Huntington, WV, where he co-founded New Hope Christian Counseling Center and served as Director of Adult Services, Geriatrics, and Neuroscience at River Park Hospital.
In 2003, Dr. Miller returned to WVU to complete a Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry. He then completed the circle by returning to Huntington to begin Forensic Psychiatry, PLLC, which is the first and only practice of its type in West Virginia.
While his practice focuses on the area of forensics, Dr. Miller maintains a busy clinical practice as the Director of Forensic Services at River Park Hospital and Clinical Director at Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Hospital.
Beyond being a residency trained Neurologist, Dr. Miller is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology, and Forensic Psychiatry.