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QuickVisit is committed to delivering the highest quality, most affordable, and accessible healthcare in the communities we serve, which is why we are happy to announce that we are now offering behavioral health services to our communities.

Our team at QuickVisit recognizes the importance of complete health in both your body and your mind. Our program connects you with licensed mental health nurse practitioners who can create personalized treatment plans based on your individual needs. We partner with local counselors to work with your life challenges between appointments. Our services are offered virtually, which gives you the ease and flexibility to participate in therapy wherever is most comfortable for you.​


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If you are experiencing a mental health or suicide crisis, please dial 988. You can call or text for free and confidential support.


Medication Management:

Psychiatric disorders can be treated in a variety of ways depending on each individual and diagnosis. Some individuals succeed just with counseling alone; however, some individuals and certain illnesses require medication, as well. 

Our Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners at QuickVisit offer medication management for a wide range of mental and behavioral illnesses including ADHD symptoms, stress, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma, or grief. 

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): 

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder that affects one's attention span, their ability to control their own behavior, and/or their capacity to stay still. ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed mental disorder in children and teenagers. Some common symptoms in children and teens may include being easily distracted, experiencing difficulties with daily tasks, having trouble listening or following directions. Spotting this condition early can help with long-term treatment options. ADHD is often diagnosed in adults, as well. Common symptoms of ADHD in adults could include depression, mood swings, restlessness, impulsiveness, and procrastination. 

Anxiety and Stress: 

A majority of people deal with the stresses of daily life and suffer from feeling irritable, having stomach pains, or having trouble sleeping. Anxiety can coincide with stress and feel like a constant, excessive worry that doesn't go away on its own. Some symptoms may include excessive sweating, shaking, or heart palpitations. You can cope with stress and anxiety by changing eating habits, exercising, and getting ample rest; however, these simple coping mechanisms might not work for everyone. Our PMHNP's can prescribe medication to relieve some of these symptoms so you can gain your life back. 


People may experience brief moments in which they feel sad or down. However, if it persists for a long period of time, you could be diagnosed with depression. Depression is described as the constant feeling of sadness or hopelessness and loss of interest in daily activities. Clinical depression can be treated through therapy and medication. 

Bipolar Disorder:

Bipolar Disorder is a mental illness that can cause unusual shifts in mood, energy, and concentration. When you struggle with bipolar disorder, you may experience extreme highs and extreme lows, making it difficult to carry out daily life and tasks. Depending on how your symptoms affect you, there are medications that can help you.

Grief and Trauma: 

Trauma is experiencing a major life event out of our control such as death, divorce, job loss, or even a big move. You can be left with an overwhelming feeling. Grief may cause loss of sleep, the urge to withdrawal from others, or the inability to complete daily life tasks. If symptoms persists for long periods of time, there are medications to help you cope.



Tara Smith

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

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Ashley Rosas

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

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