In The Spotlight
Wellness Plan to Open Clinic in Madison Heights School
The Wellness Plan Medical Center will open a sixth clinic location, this one in a school in Madison Heights.
The clinic at Keys Grace Academy charter school, which will serve a predominantly Chaldean and Assyrian refugee population, will be the first clinic in a school for the federally qualified health center. It is scheduled to open June 1.
"We have tripled our size since we started" as a health center, said CEO Anthony King, who has been with the center since 2007.
Employee Spotlight - January
Noureyah Rageh, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
Noureyah Rageh is a Family Nurse Practitioner for The Wellness Plan Medical Centers. Her role is to fill in where a provider is necessary, while also running the KEYS Grace Academy clinic. She has also filled the roles as Medical Assistant and Family Nurse Practitioner for TWP since June 2018. Noureyah is an ANCC board certified Family Nurse Practitioner, with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, an associate’s degree in nursing, and she is currently working on obtaining her doctorate as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Her favorite part about working at TWP is helping the community and contributing to a positive work environment, in hopes of evoking positive change in her patients.
Employee Spotlight - February
Bruce Turpin, DDS
Bruce Turpin is celebrating 39 years of practicing dentistry this July! Turpin’s role at TWP is to manage the Pontiac Medical Center’s dental clinic and services, which include dental hygiene service, restorative work including fillings, crowns and bridges. “You have an opportunity to meet people from a wide variety of experiences,” Turpin said. “You can enjoy the relationships you develop with your patients and are constantly learning from them. We have a map of the world here at TWP that currently has been marked by patients from 35 countries that we have treated over the last two and a half years.” The Turpin name has provided dental service in Pontiac for 72 years. Turpin’s father opened his practice in 1947 and his daughter practices in the Washington D.C area. Turpin is a longtime member of the Pontiac community. He graduated from Pontiac Schools and has lived and worked in the city for the majority of his adult life. “There is something special about being at home,” Turpin said. Turpin received his degree in psychology from Morehouse College and a dental degree from the University of Michigan.