Arizona-based healthcare provider Bayless Healthcare Group launched its Adult Primary Care extension earlier this month and recently opened the doors to its Therapeutic Wellness Center across the street from its midtown Phoenix facility.
Bayless’ integrated primary care offers a shared emphasis on mental and physical health to its patients.
With the expansion, Bayless has added five new doctors, physician assistants and counselors.
Dr. Michael Hervey, MD, joined Bayless Primary Care to establish a recognized integrated health care model focused on women’s health and obstetrics. A Harvard and University of Virginia graduate, Hervey has received multiple teaching and clinical awards from his time at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Carrie McCahan, a physician assistant, provides a full spectrum of primary care for adolescents and adults. She works directly with Dr. Michael Hervey, MD. Before joining Bayless Primary Care, McCahan worked in emergency and family medicine in the East Valley. Her undergraduate studies were in speech and hearing sciences.
Lindsey Greene, a certified physician assistant, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats patients with mental health complaints and disorders. Prior to starting at Bayless Primary Care, Lindsey worked at the County Urgent Psychiatric Center, a high-acuity 24-hour psychiatric observation facility.
Charlie Rounds, a certified physician assistant, is responsible for developing streamlined, integrated, and appropriate psychiatric care for patients. This involves development and support of patient treatment plans, evaluations, and medication management. Prior to joining Bayless, he worked in emergency medical care for eight years.
Behavioral health counselor Anthony Sparacino’s clinical attention is focused on helping patients manage their mental health and treating issues like stress, anxiety, depression, codependency and ADHD. Prior to joining Bayless, Sparacino held a variety of mental health acuity positions throughout the Valley.
Bayless Healthcare Group is one of the largest private providers of healthcare services to the community with four clinical locations in Maricopa County. Since opening in 1982, Bayless has been responding to the need for integrated behavioral health services across the Valley and ranks among the state’s leading privatized healthcare provider groups.