Dr Peyton-Cook was born in Cleveland, Ohio and is a graduate of Wesleyan University. She obtained her medical degree from Case Western University School of Medicine in Cleveland Ohio.
Dr Peyton-Cook completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, before pursuing an interest in Addiction Medicine. She is presently board certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Addiction Medicine. Her practice at TAL Behavioral Healthcare focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of Addiction Disorders.
Dr Peyton-Cook is a member of the National Medical Association, the Cleveland Medical Society, and the Case Western University School of Medicine Alumni Association. She is a past member of the Medical School’s IQ faculty where she instructed first year students. She is a recipient of The Kenneth Clement Award for Community Service Academic Excellence awarded by Case Western School of Medicine.
Dr Peyton-Cook believes in the holistic approach to patient care, treating the whole person, including the emotional, physiologic, behavioral, psychological, spiritual, and mental needs of the person. “At TAL Behavioral Healthcare we are client centric, and as such, we strive to provide individualized, emphatic, compassionate, and supportive care.”
Dr Peyton-Cook lives in Shaker Heights with her husband and two dogs. She enjoys travel, tai chi, tango dancing, listening to jazz, and reading.