H.E. Logue, M.D. founded and for twelve years chaired the Department of Psychiatry at Brookwood Medical Center in Birmingham; a ninety plus bed unit covering the full spectrum of inpatient psychiatric treatment.
Dr. Logue served as President of the Alabama Psychiatric Society for the year 1990-1991. He received the Mental Health Professional of the Year Award in 1996 from the Birmingham Alliance for the Mentally Ill. In 1998, he received the Exemplary Psychiatrists Award from the National Association of the Mentally Ill. In 1983, he was made Honorary Assistant Attorney General of the State of Alabama. He is a member of Who’s Who Worldwide and the National Registry of Who’s Who. In 1990, he co- founded American Behavioral Benefits Managers, Inc. and remains its Chairman, an organization serving all fifty of the United States plus areas of Canada. He is listed in the Consumer Research Council of America’s 2007 edition of Guide to America’s Top Psychiatrists. Dr. Logue has made numerous appearances on television and radio. He has lectured nationally for continuing medical education credits regarding the newer and atypical antipychotics/psychotropics. He has given numerous talks to organizations in the mental health and civic arena as well as to physician groups.
In October of 2006, Dr. Logue published his landmark book on bipolar disorder: Fly Me to the Moon: Bipolar Journey Through Mania and Depression. This book won the coveted EVVY New Publication Merit Award form the Colorado Independent Publishers Association in March of 2007 in the category of fiction. It is the first novel of fiction to be approved for continuing medical education credit for physicians.
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