Behavioral Health Clinics To Be Held At Providence Medical Center On Wednesdays

WAYNE – Starting Wednesday, August 2, Providence Medical Center will host several Behavioral Health Clinics.

Announced by the CEO of PMC, Jim Frank the clinics will be held each Wednesday, unless there’s a fifth Wednesday in the month, there would be no clinics that day.

Frank said, “Behavioral Health Services were identified as one of the top priorities in our most recent Community Health Needs Assessment. We are pleased to be adding two behavioral health providers to our Outpatient Services Department to help us meet the needs of our community.”

The Behavioral Health Clinics will be held in the Outpatient Department and will last from 8 until 11 a.m. Patients will need to make an appointment prior to each Wednesday.

An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), Rhonda S. Pettitt is licensed to provide Psychiatric Care while also being a Licensed Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. Her special interests include psychiatric care of the geriatric population, including neurocognitive disorders, dementia and associated behaviors.

Tonya Voecks is also an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). She possesses a Certificate of Training in Maternal Mental Health and is licensed to provide psychiatric care. Voecks’ interest is in Women’s Mental health, including perinatal depression, post-partum depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, perimenopause, menopause and mood disorders.

If you have any questions about these Behavioral Health Services contact your primary care provider or the PMC Outpatient Department at 402-375-7953.

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