2004 - Present
1989 - 1991
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
1984 - 1988
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine
Dr. C. Marlo Baird is founder & Chairman of the Board of Growth & Recovery Services in Marlton, New Jersey, a non-profit corporation that aims to treat individuals with addiction and help their families cope with the disease of addiction. Dr. Baird and her team offer a number of counseling services for individuals, which can include group therapy. They remain committed to helping people deal with the insidious disease of addiction and the related issues of anxiety, frustration, trauma, mistrust, and depression that families with a substance abuse issue at home are often experiencing. Detoxification and maintenance are provided in the clinic if the patient is appropriate for a trial of outpatient care, Evaluation and referral for hospital based care is also provided, when appropriate. Staff includes a physician certified by The American Board of Addiction Medicine, a psychiatrist certified by The American Board of Addiction Medicine, a Registered Nurse, counselors including a Licensed Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor interns and administrative staff.Dr. C. Marlo Baird attended the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, where she received a scholarship and earned her Doctor of Medicine. Prior to Texas A&M Medical School, she also conducted research at the Baylor College of Medicine. Upon her graduation, she enrolled in The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland, where she earned her Master of Public Health. Dr. C. Marlo Baird consulted for the Eastern Shore of Maryland Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services while she pursued her Public Health Policy & Management track in her Public Health Residency. She also served on the State of Maryland Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council & is published in the Guide to Clinical Preventive Services. She has served as a Regional Medical Director on the east & west coast in Preventive & Occupational Medicine earlier in her career. She believes Addiction is a medical condition which is an under served public health issue.