Corey Goldstein, MD

Dr. Corey Goldstein is an Assistant Professor at Rush University Medical Center, board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry. He was the Associate Clinical Director of the Treatment Research Center at Rush University Medical Center and is currently the Medical Director of Operations for the Rush University Medical Center Emergency Department.

Dr. Goldstein did his medical training at the Hahnemann Hospital/Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. He then completed internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, three years of psychiatry residency at Rush University Medical Center, and an additional three years of emergency medicine residency also at Rush University Medical Center, in Chicago.

Dr. Goldstein’s psychiatric expertise is in the diagnosis and pharmacological management of mental health disorders in general. Clinical interests include depressive and bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, psychotic disorders, ADHD, treatment resistance, and complex medical and psychiatric disorders.

Dr. Goldstein has interest in nutrition and the holistic care of mental and general medical health, and enjoys working closely with other physicians and psychotherapists involved in a patient’s care.

Research interests have been widespread and have covered several psychiatric disorders. Dr. Goldstein has served as the primary and sub-investigator on several clinical trials funded by the pharmaceutical industry and the National Institute of Mental Health.

In addition, Dr. Goldstein has been an active teacher and lecturer to medical students, residents, practicing physicians, mental health providers, and the community. His publications cover the topics of depression, anxiety disorders, psychopharmacology, as well as emergency medicine. Dr. Goldstein is the Medical Advisor for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Greater Chicago (DBSA-GC) and has been rated a Top Doctor by Chicago Magazine.