Behavioral Psychology Associates
(847) 303-1880
Behavioral Psychology

Vikramjit Gill, MD

Dr. Vikramjit Gill, MDDr. Vikramjit Gill is licensed as a Physician in the State of Illinois and in Canada has been practicing as a Psychiatrist since 2007. He completed his Doctorate of Medicine (M.D.) at the Government Medical College in Patilala, India in 1996. Following an internship, he worked as a primary care physician in Punjab, India, until he began a residency at West Virginia University Hospitals in July 2004. Dr. Gill served as the Chief Resident of the Psychiatry program at West Virginia University. In 2007, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Minority Fellowship Selection and Advisory Committee selected Dr. Gill to be a 2007-2008 APA Minority Fellow. He went on to complete an additional fellowship in Sleep Medicine at George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Dr. Gill has a special interest in Neuropsychiatry – especially traumatic brain injury and pain medicine. He is Board-Certified in Adult Psychiatry and Board-Eligible in Sleep Medicine. He works as a consultant in the United Staes and in Canada for several multispecility hospitals and outpatient practices. In his psychiatric practice, Dr. Gill sees a wide array of clients, including children as young as four years old. He has special expertise in reducing and consolidating psychiatric medicines in patients on multiple medicines. His areas of expertise include ADHD, Adult and Childhood Mood disorders, Adult and Childhood Bipolar disoder and Depression, Anxiety disorders, and anger management. He also has additional expertise in managment of sleep disorders. Dr. Vik Gill is married and is the proud father of two young children.

Office Locations

1920 Thoreau Drive, Suite 151,
Schaumburg, IL 60173

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Behavioral Psychology