Theodore H. Mueller, M.D., FAPA

Theodore H. Mueller, M.D., FAPA

Assistant Professor
Robley Rex VA Medical Center
800 Zorn Avenue

 

Dr. Mueller received his undergraduate degree in 1996 from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA), where he earned his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering with Highest Honor.  He received his medical degree in 2000 from the University of Alabama, and completed his general psychiatry residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals in 2004.  He also completed his advanced residency training in Forensic Psychiatry at Yale University in 2005.

Dr. Mueller is the Medical Director of Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Services.  He is also a member of the Mental Health Leadership team and a psychiatrists.  He provides medical advice on policy development and implementation.  He supervises more than 20 psychiatrists and physician assistants and leads monthly meetings for all prescribers and psychiatrists.  He serves as the Physician Utilization Management Advisor for inpatient mental health.

Dr. Mueller currently serves on several committees, including Clinical Executive Board, Credentialing Committee, Effective Restraint Reduction Committee, Disruptive Behavior Committee, Patient Advocate Committee, Utilization Management Committee.  He is also a part of the Mental Health Missed Opportunities Reduction Team.

Dr. Mueller was the recipient of the Peter Bryce Award for Psychiatry in 2000 and made the Dean's List every college term from 1992-1996..  He is a current member and fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and and a member of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law.

Dr. Mueller has several publications, including "Delirium From Volproic Acid with Lamotrigine" and Right to Waive Competency to Stand Trial:  The Issue of Right to Waive Competency Is Not Reached Where Competency Has Not Been Challenged".  He has also presented numerous time from 2007 to current.