Jedidiah Perdue, M.D., M.P.H.

Addiction Psychiatry, Psychiatry


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Primary Location

4509 INTEGRIS Parkway
Suite 200
Edmond, OK 73034

Jedidiah Perdue, M.D., M.P.H. is the medical director at Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Center for Addiction Recovery.

Dr. Perdue is dually board-certified in Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry, and specializes in treating addictive illnesses, psychiatric illness that co-occurs with addiction and psychiatric illness co-occurring with complex medical problems.

Born in Ardmore, Oklahoma, Dr. Perdue graduated from OU College of Medicine in 2004, then completed his residency training in psychiatry at Duke University, where he also served as chief resident. Since returning to Oklahoma City in 2008, he has been active in clinical practice and has served in leadership roles for health systems and medical societies, as well as an instructor of medical students and residents.

Areas of Interest:  

  • Substance use disorders, including opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder, stimulant use disorder, cannabis use disorder and nicotine use disorder
  • Psychiatric illness co-occurring with complex medical problems, including cancer
  • Psychiatric illness co-occurring with substance use disorders
  • Whole person (mind, body and spirit) health and wellness

When describing his practice, Dr. Perdue explains:

"When I treat patients, I work to understand their values and goals and find treatments that are in line with those goals. Getting to be part of that journey is deeply rewarding, and I especially appreciate the opportunity to instill hope and provide encouragement."

Accreditation / Boards
Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry


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