The American Health Council Appoints Dr. Ryan Mast, DO, MBA, to the Physician Board

The American Health Council has warmly welcomed Dr. Ryan Mast, DO, MBA, to its highly esteemed Physician Board. Working in the healthcare industry for a decade, Dr. Mast is an expert in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry and demonstrates an excellent willingness to continue learning and sharing his knowledge with his peers.

Dr. Mast enjyed a great childhood and decided he wanted to give back to people who were less fortunate. His parents were key influences in his life and encouraged him to pursue a career in the medical industry. Dr. Mast is the first doctor in his family.

Dr. Mast’s educational journey began at the University of Connecticut, where he studied Marketing and Operations Management; he graduated in 2001 with his MBA. Following this, Dr. Mast attended Wright State University Broonshift, School of Medicine where he achieved his DO in 2007. To complete his education, Dr. Mast fulfilled both his Residency and Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Ohio University, finishing these in 2011 and 2012.

Currently working as a Training Director – CAP Fellowship at Wright State University, Dr. Mast has been working in this position for 18 months. Throughout the day, Dr. Mast oversees the CAP Fellowship Program and also teaches his medical students in Child Psychiatry.

Based in a suburb of Dayton, Wright State University is a public research university in Fairborn, Ohio. Originally operating as a branch campus for the Ohio State University and
Miami University, Wright State became an independent institution in 1967. The University consists of 15,000 students and offers 295 degree programs.

During the past decade, Dr. Mast has enjoyed a successful career. Some of the professional accomplishments include being Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Additionally, he was also honored to be peer nominated and awarded by Gold Humanism Honor Society. Dr. Mast attributes his success to having excellent mentors, and to his belief that you should treat people the way you wish to be treated.

In order to continue to expand and share his knowledge, Dr. Mast is a member of numerous professional associations; these include ACOB, ALA, OOA, AA and DPRT. Looking to the future, Dr. Mast aims to continue teaching. Additionally, he wants to continue giving patient care and successfully teaching the next generation of doctors.

Ryan Mast


Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Wright State University

  • Wright State University is a national public research university in Dayton, Ohio with nearly 18,000 students.
  • Offering more than 230-degree programs, the university is made up of eight colleges, three schools, and a branch campus in Celina, Ohio. Named for the Wright brothers, Wright State University offers an exceptional, affordable education.

Source: Wright State University