Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Concordia

Angie Woods is a board-certified Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (MHNP). She has a great passion for the mental well-being of our underserved rural communities. Woods earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 2005 from Missouri Valley College and started her mental health career as a house parent for at-risk teens in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She later completed a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) in 2014 from Missouri Valley College and worked on the Behavioral Health Unit at Fitzgibbon Hospital. Woods quickly realized she wanted to serve patients in a greater capacity. In 2018, she completed her MHNP from Walden University. Today, she provides care at the Community Health Center in Concordia.

Our community-based programs include case management, counseling and assessment, health education, transportation, translation services, enrollment assistance, health and social care advocacy initiatives, access to primary care, and health IT.

HCC and its Community Health Centers serve all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. Schedule a visit: 660.259.2440.

After more than a decade and nearly 50 new employees later, it’s safe to say that the Lexington, MO-based HCC Network is a major player in Lafayette County and in rural health care in this region.

The focus of HCC is to develop and implement programs that are responsive to documented health needs of county residents, with specific health status indicators as benchmarks of progress.

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