When you join Prairie, you'll only work with board-certified psychiatrists. That can make all the difference.

What is a psychiatrist?

Psychiatrists are medical doctors (MD or DO) who specialize in diagnosing and treating people with mental illnesses. Psychiatrists have the highest training requirements of any mental health professional, and can manage most if not all aspects of a patient’s mental health care.

Psychiatrists are the premier providers in mental health because they check most (if not all) the boxes. Unfortunately, there’s a severe shortage of psychiatrists. This means longer wait times to see one in your insurance network, higher costs and other barriers to care like requiring a referral.

Meet some of our Psychiatrists

Dave Ravi  MD

Dr. Ravi is a psychiatrist who brings years of experience from Kaiser Permanante, Dartmouth University and the University of Hawaii.

Lindsey Law  MD

With experience as a resident psychiatrist at UCLA, Dr. Law is a board certified psychiatrist with additional qualifications in geriatric psychiatry.

Adam Ruggle  MD

With years of experience in telepsychiatry, Dr. Ruggle provides the level of care he would want his own family members to receive.

Here’s how common mental health providers compare

(Based on where we operate)



Primary Care Provider

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

Medical doctor

(MD or DO)
Years of training after bachelor's 8+ years 2-6 years 7+ years 2+ years
Mental health
Sometimes Sometimes
Able to

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At Prairie, your Care Partner supports you every step of the way. All of our Care Partners have years of experience providing mental healthcare.

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