Lisa Hasan is originally from New York but made North Carolina her home 25 years ago after graduating from Fayetteville State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
After graduating Lisa immediately started working with adults with mental illness in the local community mental health facility. Following seven years of service as a psychiatric case-manager, Lisa decided to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant. She had a desire to provide more in-depth care in hopes to serve and enrich the lives of consumers she served. This lifelong desire led her to Duke University School of Medicine where she received her Masters of Health Sciences and Physician Assistant Training in 2005. Immediately after receiving her degree she began working at a local psychiatric office which provided an array of services to adolescents and adults. She has devoted her time and expertise to caring for patients with psychiatric and substance abuse disorders for many years. As a result, in 2008 when selected as one of only two individuals to participate in the Physician Assistant Postgraduate Fellowship in psychiatry at Duke University, she was elated to further her training. There she trained in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings in the care of adolescents and adults. With her case-management background, Lisa has been afforded the opportunity to collaborate with numerous agencies and schools in the community to advocate for and provide psychiatric care for all patients.
In her spare time Lisa enjoys volunteering with local community agencies. She is dedicated to giving back to her community through service. She often volunteers at the Durham Rescue Mission, local community shelters and numerous youth programs. When she is not volunteering she enjoys athletic training and participating in fitness competitions as she believes in the preservation of total health. Therefore, a healthy individual is one that is physically, spiritually, morally and emotionally healthy.
Lisa has provided more than 15 years of dedicated service and care to patients with mental illness and wishes to continue working with, advocating for and providing psychiatric care to enrich the lives of her patients.
Our office is open:
Monday: 10 to 6
Tuesday: 10 to 6
Wednesday: 10 to 6
Thursday: 10 to 6
Friday: 10 to 6
Provider hours will vary
Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Medcost, Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare Prime and Standard
**All Medicaid patients must have a referral from their PCP or pediatrician before an appointment can be scheduled**
Adolescent Child and Adult Psychiatry
4041 Ed Drive
Raleigh, NC 27612
501 Gateway Drive
Clayton NC 27520
Main Number: 919-783-8377
New Patients: 919-324-3383
Follow Up Appointments: 919-324-3385
Prescription Refills 919-324-3382
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