Dr Stephen DeNagy
Dr. DeNagy, MD has practiced in the arena of psychiatric and complex medicine in Eastern Idaho for over thirty years. He specializes in difficult to diagnose clients that present with a vide variety of real world problems.
He was trained at Drexel University School of Medicine (formerly Hahnemann University) in Philadelphia, and completed Medicine Internship and Residency at The University of Vermont, in Burlington. He teaches continuing Education at the Department of Counseling at Idaho State University, and consults with a variety of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers.
He is also a waivered physician with regards to opiate addiction treatment and is licensed to prescribe buprenorphine for opiate addiction. He treats all forms of addiction. Interest areas include disorders of mood, and thought, as well as developmental disabilities and autism. He is certified as a Clinical Psychopharmacologist by the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology.
He believes in a team approach to mental health treatment and works closely with other mental health providers to establish a comprehensive treatment program. Particular attention is paid to the detection and presence of confounding medical illnesses that may imitate, or worsen psychiatric illness.
MD, Medical Director
Cristina Sanchez-Jaquez, MD is the clinic’s Medical Director.
She completed medical school in the Dominican Republic followed by a Residency in Psychiatric at Texas Tech Health Center in El Paso, Texas and a Fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry from University of Connecticut.
Dr. Sanchez is board certified in Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Sanchez is interested in promoting mental health awareness and well being through education and the creation of a partnership between patients, their loved ones and establishing lasting relationships in the community. In the future she plans on developing outreach program that focus on prevention, integration, destigmatization and inclusion with a special interest in minorities and under-served populations.
I am a native to Ammon, Idaho where I attended Hillcrest High School. I first explored the Medical field when I completed my CNA training in high school. Following this I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Health Science with an emphasis in Child Development at Brigham Young University-Idaho. Upon graduation I spent two years working as a Community Based Rehabilitation Service Worker locally where I was introduced to Mental Health. I went on to earn my Master’s Degree in Clinical Medical Science where I obtained my Physician Assistant Certificate from Barry University- USVI campus.
I am the type of person who focuses on others needs. I possess a natural interest to say, do, and be whatever is needed to aid in recovery processes. In part, I chose to work in Mental Health to provide coverage for an area that seems to be more and more needed. Growing up in Idaho I have recognized that this great state is underserved in Mental Health. As a Medical Provider I hope that I will help bridge this gap of disparity.
Anna is a Nurse Practitioner with special interest in mental health. Anna is originally from Poland and has lived in the Midwest since attending High School in Minnesota. She has been a nurse for eight years, working in areas varying from inpatient NICU to outpatient clinical settings.
In addition to her extensive clinical experience, Anna also has an outstanding academic background that includes one associates degree in Surgical Technology, two bachelor’s degrees (a BA in business management and a BSN in nursing) and a Master of Science in Nursing from University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND. Go Sioux!
She believes that in order to provide the best health care possible, building a long lasting and trusting relationship with patients is a must. She seeks to acquire a comprehensive evaluation of every patient by taking time to listen and understand their particular needs.
Come see this provider and find out not only the best treatment for you, but also the best pierogi recipe! Anna also has a blog where she addresses some of the most common health questions she receives. You can check out her blog here: maybemyvitamindislow.blogspot.com