Tag: Packard Care
My mental illness wasn’t diagnosed until I was 42. I’m 54 now. My life has been a hard journey to mental health and I want to reach out to others with it. They say that you have to give it away to keep it, so I give you my story – it is mine.
All are welcome here! The map on Dr. Vicki Nichol's wall tells the story - she has seen patients from 62 countries. Her current prenatal patients hail from 4 foreign countries from Africa to the Mideast. Packard Health proudly serves immigrants, refugees, and all who live in Washtenaw County.
Packard Health is honored to receive a grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, the Ethel and James Flinn Foundation and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. This grant of $70,820 will support a behavioral therapist at our Ypsilanti office, improving access to integrated health
Ravi A. Vadlamudi, MD and Gina Dahlem, PHD, FNP-C have joined with Avalon Housing to provide home and office visits for Avalon residents and clients. Thank you, Avalon, for addressing homelessness in effective and compassionate ways - and for writing about our partnership. Ryan Walker, Avalon's Miller Manor Team Leader, takes an in-depth look at the relationship between housing