Psychiatrist Serving the Fort Mill, SC area
Dr. Hayne McMeekin is a psychiatrist practicing in Fort Mill, SC. A South Carolina native, he received his undergraduate degree from Erskine College. He attended the Medical University of South Carolina, receiving a BS in Pharmacy in 1969 and a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1973.
He was commissioned by the United States Navy and completed his internship and psychiatric residency at the Naval Medical Centers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Portsmouth, Virginia.
In 1982, Dr. McMeekin left the Navy with the rank of Commander and returned to South Carolina to begin his private practice as a psychiatrist in Rock Hill, where he provided both inpatient and outpatient care. In 2001, Dr. McMeekin began to concentrate exclusively on outpatient care at offices in Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC. In June 2011, he moved his practice to Fort Mill, SC where he continues to serve patients in both North and South Carolina.
- 1978 American Psychiatric Association (APA) Meeting: “The Subic Bay Bank Robbery, The Psychiatric Perspective During a Prolonged Hostage Episode”.
- May 24, 2000. “Projecting a Spectrum of Uses for Atypical Anti-psychotic Medications in Bipolar Disorder and Comorbid Conditions”. Case presenter and participant in subsequent discussion. PsychLINK Educational Television Network.
- May 8, 2001. APA 2001 Annual Meeting. Industry sponsored symposia, “Off-Label on the Table”. The symposia centered on a process centered diagnostic approach rather than using strict DSM criteria. A case presented to Dr. William Glaser triggered the idea. The reported case was included as a reference in the program brochure.
- Case report. Peripheral Vascular Dysautonomia and Mood Disorders. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2002;71 (1-3): 277-279.
- The Effects of Prednisone, Leuprolide, Norethindrone and Progesterone in Mixed Bipolar Disorder: A case report. Primary Psychiatry. March 2002, volume 9, number 3, pages 58-51.
- Treatment of a Patient Diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder using Oxcarbazepine (Trileptal) as Monotherapy. A case report and review of the literature. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association. December, 2002;98(8):316-319.
- Successful Concomitant Treatment of Raynaud’s Phenomena, Premenstrual Dysphoric symptoms, and Bipolar Disorder with Oxcarbazepine and Venlafaxine. Primary Psychiatry, 2003:10(3);2003.
- Treatment of Bipolar Disorder. Restless Legs Syndrome and Parkinsonian Symptoms Using Lamotrigine: A Report of Seven Patients. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association. April 2007;103:69-73.