Alejandro Rodulfo, MD

Rodulfo Alejandro
Rodulfo Alejandro

Memorial Division of Psychiatry Services

3440 Hollywood Boulevard Suite 360
Hollywood, FL 33021



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About Me

I am a psychiatrist at Memorial Healthcare System, where I work as a consultation-liaison psychiatrist caring for patients who are currently admitted to the hospital for other medical conditions. We address psychiatric symptoms and determine the most appropriate treatment with the goal of improving their level of functioning before they return to their communities.

I am experienced in treating patients with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, substance use disorders, dementia, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and psychosomatic disorders. I have a particular interest in treatment-resistant psychosis and depression, as well as interventional psychiatry and working with patients with complex medical conditions with a psychiatric component in the hospital setting.

Speaking to a psychiatrist for the first time can be one of the most vulnerable and difficult experiences for a patient or caregiver. I do my best to listen compassionately. I treat my patients as human beings with unique life stories. Our relationship starts with a conversation, where we can build rapport, share relevant clinical information and work collaboratively to reach a diagnosis and offer the best treatment recommendations.

As a graduate of the Memorial Healthcare System Psychiatry Residency Program, I am proud to continue to be part of this organization for the exciting next stage of my career. Memorial’s Division of Psychiatry Services provides continuity of care in the outpatient setting, and I can confidently say that my patients are in good hands once they are discharged from the hospital.

Hospital Affiliations


  • Male


  • Spanish



Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado, 2016


Memorial Healthcare System, 2020, Psychiatry


Memorial Healthcare System, 2023, Psychiatry



Awards, Achievements, and More


  • Rodulfo, A.; Goldstein, S.; Bruman, M.; Abbasi, O. “Wernicke’s Encephalopathy in the Setting of Hyperemesis Gravidarum: A Case Report.” Poster presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. May 2023.

  • Goldstein, S.; Rodulfo, A.; Delaney, J. “An Unusual Presentation of Delusional Companion Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.” Poster presented by the first author at the Spring meeting of the Florida Psychiatric Society, Orlando, Florida. Winner of the Best Case Study Award. April 2023.

  • Prentice-Webb, D.; Rodulfo, A.; Delaney, J. “Loxapine: The Forgotten Relative of Clozapine.” Poster presented by the first author at the Spring meeting of the Florida Psychiatric Society, Orlando, Florida. April 2023.

  • Silverman, D.; Rodulfo, A.; Delaney, J. “Acute Mania in the Setting of Phentermine Use: A Case Report.” Poster presented by the first author at the Spring meeting of the Florida Psychiatric Society. April 2023.

  • Rodulfo, A.; Abbasi, O. “Quality Improvement Project: Psychiatry Crash Course for Internal Medicine Residents at Memorial Healthcare System.” Short didactic series with four lectures related to the management of common psychiatric complaints frequently seen by primary care providers. Virtual presentations. August 2022.
  • Rodulfo, A.; Hagerty, V.; Sotelo, J. “A Case of Post-COVID Catatonia Partially Refractory to IV Lorazepam.” Virtual poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. November 2021.

  • Rodulfo, A.; Meriden, Z. “The Challenge of Managing Refractory Psychosis Amid Multiple Medication Side Effects: A Case Report.” Virtual poster presented at the Spring meeting of the Florida Psychiatric Society and Memorial Healthcare System Resident’s poster competition (top 10 poster). May 2021.

  • Rodulfo, A.; Meyyappa, V.; Sotelo, J. “A Review of Cotard’s Syndrome.” Virtual poster presented at the Fall meeting of the Florida Psychiatric Society. September 2020.


  • Chief Resident Award, in recognition of outstanding service and leadership to the Psychiatry Residency Program, 2023.
  • “Mind-Games” competition team member for the MHS Psychiatry Residency Program: 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023. For being one of the top 3 scorers on the PRITE (Psychiatry Residency In-Training Exam).
  • Kaplan Medical Honor Society: 2017, 2018. Membership for scoring 250 or above on the USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK exams.