Colleen Kalmbach is a licensed Physician Assistant(PA) with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and an MBA in Healthcare Management. Healthcare is her 1 st passion. Colleen has been in healthcare for 23 years. Colleen is the former Director of PA Services at New York Presbyterian Hospital for 17 years developing inpatient services and overseeing 640 PAs. During this time Colleen was also an adjunct professor for the Cornell Medical School PA program and enjoyed mentoring the next generation of PAs. Colleen practices clinically in Internal Medicine and Critical Care. Patient education and behavioral health has always been an important part of her approach to treating and providing quality care to the whole patient.
Colleen has a strong interest in the interrelation between health, fitness, and nutrition. Colleen spent an extra year studying nutrition in her undergraduate studies. Colleen is preparing to compete at the National level in fitness, trains clients, and teaches group fitness classes in her spare time. Colleen is excited to join the exceptional Hamilton Behavioral team and make a difference in her patient’s lives.
We are mental health providers which specialize in a variety of conditions including Generalized Anxiety disorder, Major Depression, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, Mood disorders, Autism, Personality disorders, Anger management, Addiction.
Alcohol use disorder or AUD is considered a brain condition that is long-term. In this condition, people find it difficult to control their drinking even if it is affecting their health, social life, and job. It includes Alcoholism simply means being fully dependent...
Prolonged grief is different from depression and usually consists of a consistent yearning for a deceased loved one. This disorder is generally common among individuals who have lost a romantic partner or a child. It generally happens after violent or sudden deaths,...
Depression consists of a cycle of highs and lows which comes with bipolar disorder. This prevents people from participating in daily activities or doing the things they want to do. It also makes you feel disoriented and not like yourself. Right treatment thus is...
Anorexia disorder or Anorexia nervosa is considered a life-threatening and serious mental condition. Anorexia disorder involves some serious challenges like being extremely scared of gaining weight, unreal body images, and emotional challenges. But this mental health...