Alabama Psychiatry


Dr. Ashley Dumas, MD

Dr. Dumas was born and raised in Birmingham, AL.  She attended the University of Alabama for college, where she obtained a degree in Psychology.  She then pursued her medical education at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine in Mobile, AL.  She stayed on at the University of South Alabama for her residency in […]

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Dr. Amin Gilani, MD

Dr.Amin Gilani is a double Board certified Psychiatrist, with specialization in Child and Adolescent. He serves as a Captain in the US Army and is the Medical Director of Child and Adolescent psychiatry at Alabama Psychiatry.  Dr. Gilani has primarily served his patients at Brookwood inpatient unit and sees patients as outpatient at the Pelham

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Dr. Jayakrishna Madabushi, MD

Dr. Jayakrishna Madbushi is a board-certified Psychiatrist in three different countries. In his current practice, he takes care of in-patients, conducts out-patient clinics, telemedicine, and nursing home visits. He employs various treatment modalities including Psychopharmacology, ECT, and Psychotherapy. He practiced in three countries (India, UK, and the USA) which gives him an edge in bringing

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Munira Porbanderwala, PMHNP-BC

Munira Porbanderwala is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her studies include Adult Psychiatry and Nephrology. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and an Associate degree in Nursing. Munira believes in using her skills to enhance patient care, promote the nursing profession, and solve complex problems. 

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Hannah Kesler, PMHNP-BC

Hannah Kesler is a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse practitioner. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where she also worked several years as a nurse and NP.  Her interests include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and cognitive disorders in adults as well as the geriatric population.

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