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Archive for April 2014

Prairie View’s Partial Hospital helps patients transition

NEWTON, Kan. (April 29, 2014) – Prairie View’s recent hiring of Patricia A. Reimer, RN, as nurse manager for Partial Hospital services on the Newton campus continues the organization’s goal to help patients transition. Reimer, a graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, was drawn to psychiatric nursing because of the relationships she builds with patients. “By…

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Willems named to statewide PRTF leadership

NEWTON, Kan. (April 1, 2014) – Prairie View is pleased to announce that Mark Willems has been selected to provide leadership as a co-facilitator for the State of Kansas PRTF Stakeholders. Willems is the clinical director of Turning Point, a psychiatric residential treatment program (PRTF) for adolescents, located on Prairie View’s Newton campus. Turning Point…

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Jason Erickson joins Prairie View staff

NEWTON, Kan. (April 1, 2014) – Jason Erickson, a licensed masters level psychologist (LMLP), has accepted a position at Prairie View’s Legacy Park office at 9333 E. 21st St. N., Wichita. Besides providing general practice therapy for both adults and children, he will also do psychological evaluations. His employment begins April 1. In 2002 Erickson…

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Cade W. Amend joins Prairie View staff

NEWTON, Kan. (April 1, 2014) – Cade W. Amend, a licensed professional counselor, has accepted a position to provide outpatient therapy for adults and adolescents at Prairie View, Inc. His employment begins April 1. Amend completed a bachelor of arts degree in psychology in 2009 and a master of science degree in mental health counseling in…

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