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Pam Forducey, Ph.D., will serve as the administrative leader of the INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery, which will be located on the INTEGRIS Health Edmond campus.

Administrative Leader Selected for INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery

January 23, 2018

Pam Forducey, Ph.D.Pam Forducey, Ph.D., will serve as the administrative leader of the INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery, which will be located on the INTEGRIS Health Edmond campus.

Forducey is a longtime employee of INTEGRIS, beginning at Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation in 1994 as a rehabilitation psychologist. She was instrumental in establishing the Jim Thorpe Traumatic Brain Injury program, the James R. Daniel Stroke Center, the MDA Neuromuscular and ALS Center at INTEGRIS Southwest and the TeleStroke Network of Oklahoma.

Even though Forducey has held many administrative positions, she continues to utilize her clinical skills through volunteer work at Crossings Community Church. She is active in the recovery program there and is the volunteer director of behavioral health at the Crossings Clinic.

Her education is equally impressive: Pre-law - Pepperdine University; bachelors in psychology – University of Oklahoma; masters in education, community counseling – University of Oklahoma; honors psychology – University of Adelaide/Australia; Ph.D. in counseling psychology – University of Oklahoma; and achievement of specialty certification in rehabilitation psychology from the American Psychological Association.

INTEGRIS Health President Avilla Williams is “excited to have Dr. Forducey join the team of committed professionals and community members as we endeavor to develop a world class facility”.

Forducey is transitioning from her current position as system director of the INTEGRIS eHealth program and will turn her full attention to her new role as assistant vice president of Arcadia Trails in February. Crews have begun to move dirt on the project as the facility is scheduled to open in 2019.