Practice has served mental health needs in Eastern North Carolina for 40+ years

MindPath Care Centers, Carolina’s largest outpatient mental and behavioral healthcare provider, is pleased to announce that it has acquired Greenville Psychiatric Associates (GPA) of Greenville, North Carolina.  The organizations will merge their practices and continue under the MindPath Care Centers name.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Established in the early 1970’s, GPA is a locally-owned and operated private practice that offers a variety of outpatient treatments for mental health and substance use disorders.  The practice consists of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and licensed therapists who have a well-rounded, evidence-based treatment approach when helping clients with mental health and substance challenges.  There are many services to choose from including couples therapy, child & teen therapy, individual therapy, substance abuse services and medication management to meet the needs of the individuals served.  For more information about GPA, visit https://greenvillepsychiatric.com/.

“We are excited to welcome the esteemed team at GPA to the MindPath Care Centers family,” said Jeff Williams, CEO of MindPath Care Centers.  “Our acquisition of GPA will not only expand our presence within the state of North Carolina, but it will also expand the level of care and individualized treatment available to residents of the Greenville community and the region.”

“We are very pleased to join our new colleagues at MindPath Care Centers to better serve the residents in Greenville as well as the residents of the state of North Carolina,” said Venkata Jonnalagadda, M.D. at GPA.  “Now more than ever, feelings of isolation, anxiety and depression are on the rise.  With the added resources of our new partner, we will be able to expand our services to those seeking mental health assistance.”

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