Tayyba Buttar, MD
Dr. Tayyba Buttar earned her medical degree from the University of Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan and completed her residency at Berkshire Medical Center in Massachusetts. After completing her degree, Dr. Buttar was involved in a residency program which focused on general psychiatry for an underserved population with a prevalence of trauma, chronic mental illness and substance abuse.
Dr. Buttar has worked with adults, adolescents and the geriatric population. She has practiced psychiatry in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has extensive experience in emergency settings. Dr. Buttar also practices in substance abuse and addiction settings — most notably, she has run a Suboxone outpatient clinic for several years.
From 2006 through 2008, Dr. Buttar was involved in clinical research. In Pakistan, she worked with the Patient Welfare Society where she assisted in providing medications to patients living in poverty, set up health camps in rural and economically deprived areas and conducted social awareness workshops. Dr. Buttar is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and she’s a member of the American Psychiatric Association.