Our Integrated Care Team
Glen Patrizio, MDPhysical Health Provider
Diana Bailey, MSN, RNNurse Supervisor
Amanda Mendez, MA, QMHAMedical Assistant
Delia MaganaCare Coordinator
Betty Lee, CNA, QMHACare Coordinator
Nicole DeavilleQMHA, Care Coordinator
Glen Patrizio, MD
Glen Patrizio, MD is a physician that is dual Board Certified in Family and Hospice & Palliative Medicine. He joined MCCFL in March 2019 through a grant designed to add medical care to augment behavioral health and substance abuse services. The goal is to help coordinate the care clients receive through MCCFL with their primary care providers in the community, so they can enjoy the benefits of a healthy life.
As a physician, Dr. Patrizio works with any and every type of client served by Mid-Columbia Center for Living. However, he specializes in helping people to establish individualized overall goals of care plans that allow them to maintain control over the quality of their lives.
Diana Bailey, MSN, RN
Diana Bailey MSN, RN joined Mid-Columbia Center for Living (MCCFL) in the spring of 2016 as Nurse Care Supervisor. She has been actively involved in Fire/Emergency Medical Services and Nursing in the Mid-Columbia region since 1992. As a volunteer Fire Fighter/EMT/Board Director at Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue, she discovered her ability and joy in serving others.
In 2002, she pursued a nursing career that has spanned frontline care in medical-surgical, family birth, and critical care to that of a nurse educator at Columbia Gorge Community College.
Diana joined the MCCFL team to assist in the design and implementation of an integrated care model which emphasizes recovery, wellness, trauma-informed care, and physical-behavioral health.
Amanda Mendez, MA, QMHA
Betty Lee, CNA, QMHA
Betty Lee joined MCCFL in 2017 as a Care Coordinator/ CNA (CC/CNA). She brings to us 14 plus years of experience as a CNA/CMA working in various facilities in The Dalles.
Being in this position enables Betty to coordinate client care with the providers. She has seen how her position as a care coordinator can play an important role in how MCCFL client’s access services to meet their physical and behavioral health needs. This is a position that she finds to be truly rewarding.
Her hobbies include reading and hanging out with family.
Nicole has been a care coordinator at Mid-Columbia Center for Living since 2015. She has spent her career helping those in need. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends and her dog.