Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers visits Appleton clinic, discusses importance of mental healthcare02/15/23 02:30:pm
The Appleton team proudly hosted Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and State Representative Lee Snodgrass on February 7 to mark the Governor’s declaration of 2023 as The Year of Mental Health. After a tour of the clinic, Gov. Evers and Rep. Snodgrass sat down with Rogers leadership, including President and CEO John Boyd, PsyD, to discuss the current state of mental health in Wisconsin and the work Rogers is doing to address the needs of our communities.
"Rogers applauds the steps Gov. Evers is taking, and we stand ready to partner with him, his cabinet, and the state Legislature to make 2023 the "Year of Mental Health" where mental health is essential health," John says.
Seen in the photos with John, Gov. Evers, and Rep. Snodgrass are: Teresa Garate, PhD, executive vice president, strategic development and growth; Rob Reff, PhD, Appleton clinical director; Josh Nadeau, PhD, senior clinical director, who provides support to Rogers’ outpatient clinics; Monica Robertson, vice president, operations, Northern Service Area; Richa Aggarwal, MD, Appleton psychiatrist; Jenna Kemink, Appleton operations manager; and Joy Wainio, Appleton RN.
For more information on Gov. Evers’ declaration and Rogers’ response, please read a letter to the editor by John published in the Wisconsin State Journal.