Mayor Lukes Commemorates the Opening of PMA, Inc.’s Neuropsychopharmacological Clinic
Worcester clinic offers patients unique state-of-the-art services at Henry Lee Willis Center
By: National Library of Addictions
PMA’s Neurophsychopharmacological Clinic, located at 44 Front Street in Worcester, offers a unique service by providing pharmacological consultations to both residents of the Willis Center and other individuals in need. The clinic will allow patients to have their health histories and medication lists reviewed by an experienced psychopharmacologist and will also enable them to receive education about their medications, their overall wellness and the resources needed to adapt to a healthy lifestyle.
“The Neuropsychopharmacological Clinic expands the quality of care that Preventive Medicine Associates provides by adding a complexity that no other addiction treatment or sobriety maintenance center can claim,” said PMA President Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore. “We are honored that Mayor Lukes supports the quality of service that our clinic will provide and recognizes the need for such treatment in the community.”
The Henry Lee Willis Center – which is comprised of traditional outpatient counseling services and residential treatment for both men and women - has a collaborative relationship with Dr. Kishore, an American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) certified Physician, who has provided quality primary health care to Willis Center patients for over 6 years.
About Preventive Medicine Associates
Preventive Medicine Associates is a group of family practices located through Massachusetts, focused on bringing the best care to their patients and community. Their doctors and staff are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous diseases and conditions, and manage both common and complex problems. They are also trained to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide variety of ailments affecting patients of all ages. Preventive Medicine Associates doctors work in the science of protecting and improving the health of communities through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles and research for disease and injury prevention.