Deborah N. Black, MDCM, CPSQ, FRCP(C)

Deborah N. Black, MDCM, CPSQ, FRCP(C)

Deborah N. Black, MDCM, CPSQ, FRCP(C)

NeurologistCentral Vermont Medical Center

Fax

802-225-5651

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Locations

Central Vermont Medical Center Main Campus

Neurology

Neurology
Medical Office Building A, Suite 1-6
130 Fisher Road
Berlin, VT 05602

Fax

802-225-5651

Location Hours

Monday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Tuesday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Wednesday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Thursday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Friday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm

Biographical Information

Deborah N. Black, MDCM, CPSQ, FRCP(C) joined Dr. Jamie Krantz at Central Vermont Neurology, a Central Vermont Medical Center group located in Medical Building A attached to the hospital. (MDCM is the Canadian medical degree. CSPQ stands for Certificate Specialist of the Province of Quebec and FRCP (C) stands for Fellow Royal College of Physicians, Canada.)

Dr. Black did her undergraduate work at Vassar College, received her Masters in Science from McGill University and earned her MDCM at McGill University. Her internship in Internal Medicine was at Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and she completed her residency in neurology at The Montreal Neurological Institute. She has her neurology certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and board certification in behavioral neurology/neuropsychiatry from the United Council Neurological Subspecialties. She is currently affiliated part-time with the Vermont State Hospital.

“We are pleased to have someone with Dr. Black’s background and long-time family commitment to CVMC through the annual Rose Black Nursing Excellence Awards, join our neurology practice,” said Judy Tartaglia, CVMC President and CEO.

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Dr. Black is happy to bring her expertise in Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, concussion, traumatic brain injury, dementia and psychiatric disorders to Central Vermont Neurology. “I am also very interested in balance, gait and movement disorders,” noted Dr. Black.

She and her husband Michel Kabay, who teaches information security at Norwich University, live in Barre with their two dogs, three cats and tropical fish. Dr. Black, who started playing the violin at age nine became smitten with the cello as a third year medical student and currently plays with musical and medical friends in state and out of state.

Specialties

Specialty
Neurology
Special Interests
Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, concussion, traumatic brain injury, dementia, psychiatric disorders, and balance, gait and movement disorders

Education

Medical School
McGill University
Internship
Royal Victoria Hospital – Internal Medicine
Residency
Montreal Neurological Institute – Neurology
Fellowship
Fellow Royal College of Physicians, Canada

Board Certifications

Board Certifications
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology