Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Medical Director of Psychiatry
An esteemed Atlanta native and community leader with an unselfish dedication to serve.
Louis Adolph Casal, MD is an Atlanta native and holds degrees from Emory University and the Medical College of Georgia. He began his medical career in 1991 as resident at the Medical College of Georgia and was selected as Chief Resident in 1995. He was invited to serve on the faculty of the Cornell Medical Center in New York in 1996. Adolph distinguished himself there in the treatment of children suffering mental and emotional disorders, educating medical students, and serving as acting unit director for the Adolescent Services Department. He was admitted as a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1996 and was accepted as a board examiner the following year. He continued his teaching interests on the faculty of Emory University School of Medicine when he accepted the position of Medical Director of Psychiatry at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in 1998. In addition to his Emory and Children’s positions, he also serves as a staff physician at Peachford Hospital in Atlanta. Adolph is a member of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church and spends most of his leisure time traveling with his wife Dede and enjoying his four children. The family loves to ski and Adolph enjoys Crossfit.