PA MEDICAL TEAM
LIFE OF PURPOSE
Dr. Tracy Blatt, DO
An alumna of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine with significant concentration in molecular and cellular biology, Dr. Blatt is an avid proponent for preventative health and strong patient/physician relationships. With a true passion for helping those with addictions, she successfully helped grow and lead the program as the Medical Director of Summit Behavioral Health, in Doylestown PA. In addition, her experience with addiction also includes providing MAT services for patients in a private practice setting. With a great knowledge of MAT, Dr. Blatt is able to develop individualized treatment plans that best suits each client. Life Of Purpose offers Dr. Blatt the opportunity to see that her patients are getting the therapy that they truly need and support them through the process. Her passion for her work stems, in part, from her dedication to internal medicine but, in large part, from her relationships with her patients.
Dr. Robert Wenger
Dr. Robert Wenger is a Board-certified psychiatrist who has been practicing 40+ years. He has been in both private practice and held academic appointments at the Hospital of the University of Pa and Drexel University School of Medicine. His areas of practice have included psychodynamic psychotherapy, adult and adolescent psychiatry and community psychiatry especially treating dually diagnosed individuals. He was the former Associate Director of University of Penn Student Health and later the University of Penn Counseling and Psychological Services. He has also previously served on the Montgomery County Board of Directors of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness).
Nicole is the Nursing Coordinator at Life of Purpose. Nicole is a native of the Pennsylvania area and has worked in the addiction treatment field for the past 3 years. She has also served in the military as a combat medic and military police for ten years. She wanted to pursue a different career and later went to obtain her licensed as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Once her nursing license was received she began to work as a full-time treatment nurse. Her military experience and organizational skill have led her to go above and beyond her normal duties, taking the leadership role in the medical department. Her goal as nursing coordinator is to always have client interest and safety as a priority. She works closely with all departments to provide the client with the care that will give the best opportunity to succeed.