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Collaboration Offers Increased Psychiatric Services at DCMC

Door County Medical Center (DCMC) now offers increased psychiatric services to the community through a new partnership with Prevea Behavioral Health. “We are pleased to announce that Dr. Richa Aggarwal and Dr. John Olsen of Prevea will collaborate with DCMC’s Heidi Derbick, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, to meet the mental health needs of our community,” says Jodi Hibbard, director of clinic operations at DCMC.
Dr. Aggarwal, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and Dr. Olsen, who specializes in adult mental health, will serve as collaborating psychiatrists for Ms. Derbick’s patients. “This new partnership makes our mental health services more robust, enabling us to better meet one of the top identified community health needs here in Door County,” says Hibbard. “Patients under the care of Derbick, Aggarwal and Olsen will have more immediate access to expert psychiatric care.”
The collaboration is an example of how DCMC’s recent partnership with HSHS, which includes Prevea, has led to increased health care offerings for the community.
In addition to psychiatric care at DCMC’s Sturgeon Bay campus, psychotherapy services are available at DCMC’s Sturgeon Bay, Fish Creek and Algoma clinics. Therapy is provided by licensed clinical social workers Barb Johnson-Giese and Callie Krauel.
Patients seeking psychiatric care or psychotherapy services at DCMC do not need to be under the care of a DCMC primary care physician. To make an appointment, call 920.746.0510.

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