Referring Providers

About Colleen O'Hara, PA-C

As a provider, Ms. O’Hara’s top priority is making sure that her patients feel comfortable. She compassionately educates and listens to her patients, creating an open and judgement-free environment. Through helping clients develop the confidence and resources they need to be in control of their daily lives, Ms. O’Hara aims to increase their happiness and improve their relationships. She operates from a strong belief that mental health is the foundation that allows patients to progress in all aspects of their lives. Ms. O’Hara works with children, teens, adults and families, providing evaluations and medication management for a variety of mindcare needs. She also has an extensive background working with cognitively and physically disabled children.

Partial List of Specialties

  • Anxiety
  • Depression

Education & Certifications

– Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from South University s College of Health Professions in Savannah, Georgia
– Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician s Assistants
– Certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS).

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"I have nothing but the highest praise for the staff and my provider. I have been given options to explore without pressure and because I have been on high doses of addictive medicine, my provider is offering several paths towards reducing high doses of the current medicine I am on with alternative treatments. My provider could not be more helpful, listening carefully, answering questions and discussing options. And she is tremendous to work with!"

- J.B.

“Mrs. O’Hara was a pleasure! So glad I get to call her my provider!”

- C.H.
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