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 - March
Krystle Woods, PhD, LP
Krystle Woods enjoys wearing two hats at The Wellness Plan Centers – Coordinator of Integrated Behavioral Health Services and Clinical Psychologist.
Dr. Woods coordinates and manages the day-to-day operations of the department and treats adult patients with emotional problems.
“Meeting with patients that are engaging in therapy for the first time is among the most gratifying parts of my job,” Woods said. “I take the time to build relationships and trust so that I can give my patients the best experience possible. Having patients go from saying‘I didn’t want to do therapy’ to recommending our services to family and friends is a unique and rewarding part of my role at The Wellness Plan.”
Dr. Woods has been practicing psychology for over 10 years. Woods received her BA in Psychology from Yale Universityand Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Michigan StateUniversity.