Mrs. Leatham-Vancil's duties will include but not limited to fostering a clinical based practice and supervising the clinicians' that have direct contact with our clientele, supporting the practice physicians, and foster an excellent working relationship with all practice team members and the community. She will be responsible for recruiting, selecting, and training clinical staff. Mrs. Leatham-Vancil, LCSW will ensure practice growth through identifying, recommending, and implementing practice needs including: staffing, treatment modalities and programs that our facilities provide. She will be responsible for executing programs and meeting the needs of the client's as directed by the community, physicians and management as well as ensuring that the practice is running efficiently to keep patient satisfaction high.
Listen to Well Care CEO and Founder Marce Casal on the radio in Reno here or on the air starting May 28th, 2017. For a list of stations, visit Reno Media Group's website at http://www.renomediagroup.com.
Las Vegas, NV - (March 22nd, 2017) – The Well Care Group announces Michael P. Casal, MD, FACOG to their Behavioral Health Care and Family Practice in Reno, Nevada.Dr. Michael P. Casal’s duties will include overseeing clinic operations, as well as service patients in The Well Care Group’s Reno Nevada clinic. Dr. Casal brings not only experience and knowledge to the Reno clinic but also his passion for medicine. Dr. Casal is fluent in Spanish and Tagalog, allowing The Well Care clinic to service a wide variety of patients.
Las Vegas, NV - (February 23rd, 2017) –The Well Care Group announces Alexis N. Lyon-Claus to their Behavioral Health Care and Family Practice in Reno, Nevada. Mrs. Lyon-Claus duties will include but not limited to supervising and direct the work of employees in assigned practice, supporting the practice physicians, and foster an excellent working relationship with all practice team members.
The Well Care Group announced the opening of their Behavioral Health Care and Family Practice in Reno.After a successful opening of their Las Vegas Behavioral Health Care and Family Practice in 2015 and another 8,000 square foot Medical and Behavioral Clinic in January 2016, they have now expanded their efforts to northern Nevada.
When most Nevadans' think of the holidays, thoughts of joy, love and spending time with family comes to mind. This is the case for many of our state's population but not for all of our Nevada residents. For our homeless and mentally ill population, the holidays can be the most stressful time of the year. This is extremely stressful and troublesome for those who are homeless, and suffer from mental health.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Asian American Group (AAG) presented Community Achievement Awards to 13 outstanding Las Vegas citizens. This is the twelfth anniversary of the Gala Awards night. The event, which was sold out with over 530 attendees, was held at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino Grand Ballroom. Attendees wore traditional dress for their countries of origin or evening wear. There were cocktails and a silent auction prior to the program, which included entertainment from India and China, the awards and dinner.
Well Care Behavioral and Medical Clinic recently celebrated the opening of its newest location at 5412 Boulder Highway. In partnership with Amerigroup Nevada, a Medicaid-managed care organization with approximately 162,000 Clark County members, the 8,200-square-foot clinic offers wrap-around services aimed at breaking the cycle of despair experienced by people like Michael.
Well Care offers solutions to people struggling with economic and behavioral (substance and/or mental) challenges that impact their overall health. The goal of the new clinic is to “take a person from complete hopelessness back into community living,” said Well Care Services founder and president Marce Casal.