Dale B. Mortimer, M.D.

Child, adolescent, and general adult psychiatrist in Vancouver, Washington.

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New-Patient Forms

Please print, fill out, and bring these new-patient forms to your first appointment.

Contact & Location

Please call during business hours if you have any questions or wish to schedule an appointment:

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  • 10 am – 4 pm
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  • 10 am – 4 pm
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Address

H. H. Hall office building

Dr. Mortimer's office is located in the H. H. Hall Building, two blocks west of I-5 (exit 5) and one block north of NE 99th St.

About

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Dale B. Mortimer, M.D.

Since moving to Clark County in 1991, Dr. Mortimer has had the longest established outpatient psychiatric private practice in the county. He is an internationally published expert on the treatment of ADHD in children, teens, and adults. He is also the Chairman of the Clark County Medical Society Committee for the Promotion of Profit and Joy in Medical Practice (or, CCMSCPPJMP).

In addition to providing psychotherapy, he is also a nationally recognized expert on psychopharmacology. He can efficiently and effectively identify optimal medications and dosing for treating ADHD patients, and quickly identify drug-drug interactions likely to be causing psychiatric symptoms. Half his active patients are 3–18 years old, and the other half are adults. He sees a satisfactory treatment outcome in 90% of his patient population within 12 office visits.

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Jill Messinger

Jill is the first person you will see at the office. As the Office Manager, she has worked with Dr. Mortimer since 2004. You can count on Jill to expertly understand and explain your medical insurance benefits, score normed symptom/behavioral checklists (completed by patients, parents, or teachers), and communicate with pharmacies, pharmacy benefits managers and medical insurance representatives on your behalf.