Dr. Clarence B. Glenn III, MD, MBA


ALUMNI OF: Howard University College Of Medicine
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  • Emotional and thought disorder
  • Addiction
  • Child and adolescent psychiatry


  • Bachelor of Science
    Biomedical Science/Spanish
    Central Michigan University
    Mount Pleasant, MI
  • Post-Baccalaureate Studies
    Wayne State University
    Detroit, MI
  • Medical Doctorate
    Howard University College of Medicine
    Medicine – Psychiatry
    Washington, DC.
  • Psychiatry Residency
    Charles R. Drew Los Angeles,
    University of Medicine & Science
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity Program
    Columbia Business School
    New York, NY
  • Master of Business Administration
    Kogod School of Business
    American University
    Finance/Behavioral Economics

In-Network Insurance

Aetna Inc.
Alignment Health
Cigna Inc
Healthnet Inc
Humana Inc
Medicare Inc
MHN Inc.
Tricare Inc
Anthem Blue Cross of California Inc
Blue Shield of CA Inc
United Health Care Inc.
Optum Behavioral Health

Dr. Clarence B. Glenn III is a highly experienced psychiatrist specializing in treating patients with various mental health disorders. He has particular expertise in treating individuals who struggle with emotional and thought disorders and addiction.

He is committed to providing patient-centered and evidence-based care to his patients. He takes a collaborative approach to treatment, working closely with his patients to develop individualized treatment plans that address their unique needs and goals. He utilizes a combination of medication management and psychotherapy to help his patients achieve mental wellness.

Dr. Glenn has worked in various clinical settings, including hospitals, outpatient clinics, and private practice. He is a psychiatrist at SavantCare, a mental health center.

He is dedicated to providing compassionate and comprehensive care to his patients. He strives to create a supportive and non-judgmental environment where patients can feel comfortable discussing their concerns and working toward their mental health goals.