Dr. John Lee is the Medical Director at Integrated Medical Services
Lee graduated from Temple University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lee is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and is also waivered to prescribe Suboxone. He has worked hard to become a medication-assisted treatment specialist with experience in medication-focused individual and group therapy for opiate use disorder.
Della Swope, MS, NCC, LSATP, LPC is our Clinical Director at Integrated Medical Services
Della completed her bachelor’s degree at Shepherd University with concentration in Psychology and Social Work. She received her Master of Science of Counseling Psychology at Frostburg State University with additional certificates in specialties in Addiction and Child and Family. Additionally, she was certified at West Virginia University Institute of Addictions at Chest Nut Ridge. She has specialized training in Critical Stress Incident Debriefing (CSIDM)from the University of Maryland. Della maintains active counseling licensure in Virginia and West Virginia with approximately 17 years of experience in the field of counseling working in private practice as well as the community settings. She helped set up Celebrate Recovery in Jefferson County, WV as well as volunteers with her local fire department and other various organizations. Della has a passion for helping people in “need” to find restoration and hope in recovery as well as mental health. Della’s hobbies are photography, range shooting and outdoor activities. She resides in Jefferson County, WV where She spends time with her four children and ten grandchildren while being active in the local community.
Amy Orndorff, BS, CSAC, CADC, NCAC1, is the Program Manager at Integrated Medical Services
Amy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Old Dominion University and is actively working on getting her Master’s Degree in Counseling. Amy has many addiction based certificates, including being a Certified Drug Abuse Counselor and a National Certified Addiction Counselor. Amy has spent much of her career working with those affected by Substance Use and wishes to continue to expand her knowledge of the field. Amy enjoys working with local animal rescues, working out, spending time with family and friends, and being outdoors.
Julie Varney, FNP-C, MSN is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner
She completed her undergraduate at West Virginia University, her master’s degree and FNP certification from Purdue University. She brings over 16 years of experience in caring for patients in the community, she has experience in caring for patients in the acute care setting and in the outpatient setting. Her true passion is for caring for patients in the community and providing home medical care. She has experience in case management, public health, and health prevention and promotion. She is known for her friendly, energetic nature, and focuses on a holistic, collaborative approach. Building a trusting relationship with excellent communication, she feels is pivotal to the quality of care she provides to her patients and their families. Julie lives in Winchester, VA with her husband and three children where life keeps her busy with family activities, community involvement, and church functions.
Jan Nieves, | Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Jan graduated from Walden University as a Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in Psychiatry. She has spent her career working with addiction and dual diagnosed mental health disorders. As a former Intensive Care nurse, she found her heart's work in the patients she cared for who were being medically treated as a result of their addiction struggle. This led her to enroll in a Master's of Nursing program with a psychiatric focus. Jan has a passion for recovery work and previously Co-founded a recovery based educational non-profit, Healthcare Advocates for Recovery_. Jan has spoken at various conferences and educational programs on the stigma related to addiction as well as the biopsychosocial impacts of Substance Use Disorder. When not walking with her patients through their recovery journey she enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs as well as spending time in nature.