Diane Skolka, ANCC

Diane Skolka, ANCC

New provider

Atlantic General Hospital and Health System officials recently announced that a new provider has joined its behavioral health program.

Diane Skolka, ANCC board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) provides psychiatric and behavioral health care at the Atlantic Health Center alongside psychiatrist Bryce Blanton, MD.

Skolka has 19 years of experience as a registered nurse.

She has a background in critical care/post anesthesia care in addition to her previous role as a patient care coordinator in case management and population health.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing at Wilmington University and her master’s degree in PMHNP studies at Eastern Kentucky University.

Skolka provides diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders including, but not limited to, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, and personality disorders, with use of psychopharmacology and therapy.

Her philosophy for practice is based on facilitating positive personal change and growth. She incorporates a whole person approach to care with respect to the mind-body connection.

Skolka is currently accepting new patients ages 18 and older. To schedule an appointment, call 410-641-3340.

Merger

Blue Heron Medical Group in Pocomoke City, has joined TidalHealth.

The providers will remain the same, but the office will be named TidalHealth Primary Care. The new number is 410-912-6167.

Dr. Paul Fleury, Dr. Mary Fleury and Dr. Amy Johnson have been providing care to families in the Pocomoke area for many years, and TidalHealth is proud to have them as part of its team.

Current patients will be able to keep seeing their providers, and will have access to TidalHealth’s network of hospitals, primary care and specialty providers across the Delmarva Peninsula.

Patients will now also be able to use MyChart, the online medical record that connects them with their personal health information, lab test results and prescription requests.

They will be able to access their information not just from their primary care office but across the TidalHealth system, to help them and their doctors get a full picture of their health.

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