"Our goal is to meet all your behavioral health needs
with individualized treatment and services."
Congratulations Dr. Reddy for over 30 years of service.
Dr. Nukala Reddy was honor ed for over thir ty year s of ser vice to The Counseling
Center at the annual Holiday Breakfast, held on December 13. He began practicing
psychiatry in 1981, and was Chief of Psychiatry at Barberton Citizens Hospital (now Barberton Summa) for many years. He also maintained a private practice in Barberton. Katelyn Stenger, CNP, Director of the Psychiatric Services unit, presented his thirty year award. She remarked that Dr. Reddy was a great resource when she began her career here, and commented on his wealth of knowledge, patience and good sense of humor. He also has been of great assistance to our crisis team, taking many calls after hours to consult regarding patients’ care. Dr. Reddy has helped thousands of individuals over the course of his career, many of them patients of our organization. Patients have commented that they would not be alive if it were not for Dr. Reddy. We are grateful, Dr. Reddy, for your service to our patients and the difference you have made in their lives. Congratulations to Dr. Reddy!
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