About Dr. Kahlil Michael Saliba
"No issue is too small or too large for this practice to handle. Patient Care is the heart of my practice."
Psychiatrist Kahlil Michael Saliba, M. D., earned his medical degree in 1987 from the American University of Beirut. After finishing his residency in Family Medicine in 1991, he was attracted to psychiatry and decided to pursue training in that field. He started his training at St George Hospital in Beirut, Lebanon, and continued it at the University of Iowa where he finished his residency in General Psychiatry and his fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Dr. Saliba is a double board certified psychiatrist with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for both Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and General Psychiatry.
He has extensive experience in inpatient and outpatient evaluation and treatment of children, adolescent and adults. Dr. Saliba is also especially knowledgeable with ADHD and mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorders.
As a practicing psychiatrist for over 25 years, Dr. Saliba attended to many different mental health conditions stating, “No issue is too small or too large for this practice to handle.” He sincerely cares deeply for all of his patients. Patient care is the heart of his practice.
He has lived with his wife, Dr. Lodie Naimeh, a specialist in Allergy and Immunology, and two children in Tulsa for over nineteen years. On a personal level, in his free time Dr. Saliba enjoys running, cycling, and traveling.
American University of Beirut - Beirut, Lebanon
Post Doctoral Training
- American University of Beirut Medical Cener - Beirut, Lebanon
- St. George Hospital -Beirut, Lebanon
- University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics - Iowa City, Iowa
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for General Psychiatry
- Member of the American Psychiatry Association
- Member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Invited Conference Speaker
- Bipolar Disorder
- Bullying in Schools