Heidi May-Stoulil has been promoted to director of mental health operations for Samaritan Health Services. In her new role, May-Stoulil will oversee the operations of mental health services for outpatient and psychiatry consultative services, as well as managing the evolving nature of mental health care to develop new services as needed.
“Mental health is a vital part of an individual’s overall health and well-being,” said May-Stoulil. “I enjoy the challenges presented by the ever changing mental health field and in my role I can manage changes to positively impact the services offered for our patients.”
May-Stoulil has worked with Samaritan since 2002, and first joined the Samaritan Mental Health team a decade ago. Since then, she has assumed roles of increasing responsibility.
“Heidi was hired as front office staff with Samaritan Mental Health more than 10 years ago and over the years has worked her way up through the ranks, each time taking on increasing levels of responsibility,” said 9606657-6125-4780-A7BA-9FA41E39A54D%7d%40en">Caroline Fisher, MD, vice-president of mental health for Samaritan Health Services. “Her valuable insight from years of firsthand experience make her well-prepared for the role of director of mental health operations.”
Samaritan Mental Health provides residents of the mid-Willamette Valley and central Oregon Coast with comprehensive outpatient mental health services. Its team of highly skilled psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioner and licensed clinical social workers provide a full spectrum of professional services for patients of all ages. Samaritan Mental Health prides itself on offering innovative services and therapies, including the being the first provider in Oregon to offer the groundbreaking NeuroStar TMS therapy a repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy for major depression.