About Dr. Oliver
Medical Director for MindPeace Clinics
Dr. Oliver studied at the University of Richmond for his undergraduate education, and then entered the business world working as a business process consultant for KPMG in California and then transferred to Virginia to work with the Department of Defense at the Pentagon and other secured facilities.
It was then that Dr. Oliver decided that his true passion was to be realized by pursuing his dream of becoming a physician. He attended the University of Pennsylvania’s Post Baccalaureate Pre Health Program to get the science courses he needed to apply to medical school. He attained his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, Virginia.
After medical school, Dr. Oliver successfully completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He then successfully passed his examination by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) to become certified. Dr. Oliver is licensed to practice medicine in Virginia.
Dr. Oliver then worked for several emergency departments throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, and currently teaches both Medical Students and Emergency Medicine Residents.
In addition to being the Medical Director at MindPeace Clinic in Arlington, Virginia and the RVA MindPeace Clinic in Richmond’s West End, Dr. Oliver’s practice has employed the use of Ketamine infusions for more than ten (10) years. He looks forward to being a partner with your physicians to ensure you get the safest and most efficacious treatment possible for depression, PTSD and chronic pain syndromes.
In his free time, he enjoys exercising with the Seal Team Physical Training, Inc. (STPT) in local Richmond Parks, traveling both within the United States and abroad, and riding his Ducati motorcycle.
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