Viewpoint Center Welcomes Annamarie Breen, APRN
ViewPoint Center, an assessment center and mental health hospital for adolescents of all genders, ages 12-18, is happy to welcome Annamarie Breen, APRN to the psychiatric team. Annamarie is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners as well as Utah Nurse Practitioners. She completed her undergraduate degree in nursing at Weber State University. She then graduated magna cum laude from Indiana State University with a Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner. Annamarie has a passion for caring for individuals and their family members across the entire lifespan. She believes in delivering holistic patient-centered care with an emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion.
“Annamarie is personable, kind, and interested in learning all there is to know about ViewPoint and the population we work with. We are grateful she decided to join our team and I look forward to working with Annamarie and welcome her here.” Jennifer Young, APRN
The nurse practitioner at the Viewpoint center is an integral piece of the treatment puzzle. They prescribe medication and manage the appropriateness and efficacy with the patients, communicate with parents and professionals, and meet with the ViewPoint team daily in rounds to discuss each patient, As part of the assessment team, the nurse practitioners work closely with the team to assess, diagnose, and shape individualized treatment plans for the patients.
Clint Fulmer, Program Director, says “Annamarie is personal, outgoing and connects easily with our patients. She is a great addition to the team and is always willing to support direct care staff and is eager to learn something new.”
To learn more about the ViewPoint Center, please visit ViewPoint Center or call (855) 290-9682.
The ViewPoint Center is a comprehensive therapeutic assessment facility licensed as a specialty psychiatric hospital for adolescents of all genders ages 12-17. ViewPoint employs two tracks, to be used independently or in succession, to accommodate the individualized needs of each patient. The short-term stabilization track provides a safe and nurturing environment that helps to stabilize a patient psychiatrically and clinically so that they can return to a program/boarding school in a matter of 1-3 weeks. The assessment track provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluation involving psychiatry, clinical, medical, academic, neuropsychological and social milieu functioning. The 8-week clinical assessment provides answers to the most complex diagnostic questions as well as recommendations for longer term treatment.