Meet Our Team

Pam Forducey, Ph.D., ABRP
Assistant Vice President Arcadia Trails

Pam ForduceyPam is a long-term INTEGRIS Health employee. Her initial role with the organization was Director of Psychological Services for Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital in 1994. She is a licensed psychologist and is board certified in rehabilitation psychology. She received her doctorate in counseling psychology in 1989 from the University of Oklahoma and spent 9 months during her training at the University of Adelaide, Honors Psychology, Adelaide, Australia. Pam is passionate about innovative program development to ensure that all Oklahoma residents have access to evidence-based health care. She has been a part of the development team for the Traumatic Brain Injury Program and Clinical Development Department at Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital; the James R. Daniel Stroke Center at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center the TeleStroke Network of Oklahoma; and INTEGRIS Virtual Visit. Pam has presented more than 70 professional presentations and has published 10 articles in peer reviewed professional journals. She has co-authored chapters in three texts, which have focused on topics of human and organizational dynamics in eHealth and health care technology and management. Pam has served as project administrator for federal, private, and pharmaceutical grants during her tenure at INTEGRIS Health.

Kimberlee V. Wilson, D.O., M.S.
Medical Director Arcadia Trails

Kimberlee WilsonKimberlee V. Wilson, D.O., M.S., an addiction psychiatrist, has been hired to lead the addiction medicine efforts at the INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery. Dr. Wilson has been selected by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry to serve as a prescriber consultant to Oklahoma physicians, as part of a national effort with SAMSHA, to address the opioid epidemic in the State Targeted Response for treatment of substance use disorders. She is highly respected in the psychiatry community throughout Oklahoma. She has served as a TeleHealth attending physician for the geriatric psychiatry unit at Mercy Hospital in Ardmore and has been an addiction psychiatrist and assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the OU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. There, she also served as Medical Director for IMPACT Health Home, an assertive community treatment program for 75 severely mentally ill patients in Tulsa County. Dr. Wilson is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Adult psychiatry, and the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Addiction Medicine. She received fellowship and residency training at several institutions in Illinois and Arizona, as well as the New York State Psychiatric Institute at Columbia University. She has been involved in numerous research projects and publications and is known to be a distinguished presenter on a variety of topics.