Columbus, OH Behavioral Health Professionals
Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry
Experience and Compassion When You Need it Most
When you are seeking dependable, effective mental health care for a loved one, you want to be sure that the care is provided by caring, experienced professionals. At Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, you’ll receive exactly that. Our staff is dedicated to making sure each patient’s recovery is handled in a professional and considerate manner.
Our patient care is managed by a comprehensive treatment team – a psychiatrist or a psychologist, a social worker, and a staff of direct patient caregivers – to make sure you receive all the care and attention you need.
Our staff strives to provide the highest level of care:
Richard Nockowitz, M.D., Medical Director
Dr. Nockowitz received his medical education at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, followed by training at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. There, he completed a Clinical Fellowship in Medicine, a General Psychiatry Residency, followed by a Fellowship in Consultation Psychiatry. Dr. Nockowitz has expertise in the areas of the medical-psychiatric interface, neuropsychiatry, dementia and delirium, and complex partial seizures, and has authored numerous book chapters on depression and suicide, psychopharmacology, and enhancing patient compliance. Most recently, he founded My Psychiatric Partner, LLC, a telemedicine service that utilizes videoconferencing to provide psychiatric care in various medical settings and directly to patients at home. Dr. Nockowitz serves as the Medical Director at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry and also provides inpatient geriatric psychiatric services at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry.
Angela Wallenbrock, M.D.
Angela Wallenbrock, M.D., has been practicing in community mental health and hospital psychiatry for over twenty years. She completed her Child & Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and general psychiatry residency in Norman, Oklahoma. Her M.D. is from the Medical College of South Carolina. She is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in both General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry and serves as an examiner for the oral boards. She resides in Delaware County, and she and her husband have two adult children.
James Johnson, M.D.
Dr. James Johnson graduated from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000. He completed an Internship and Residency at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. He received recognition for a senior case paper “An Osteopathic Approach to TMJ Pain.” Dr. Johnson worked in Private Practice Family Medicine in Grove City from 2003-2007 providing treatment services for all ages, industrial claims, Aviation Medical Exams, and OMT. He was the Medical Director of YUSA from 2009-2011 and worked at Premier Medical Care Urgent Care part-time and Carroll Family Practice from 2008-20011. Dr. Johnson returned to Private Practice Family Medicine in Grove City in 2011 where he currently practices. Dr. Johnson provides inpatient treatment services for patients at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry.