Meet the Lifewell Program team.
Otto Dueno, M.D., Psychiatrist
Dr. Dueno has served as the Medical Director for the Lifewell Program since 1996, as well as providing psychiatry services for the Good Samaritan Mental Health inpatient unit. He earned his Medical degree from the Universidad Central Del Caribe School of Medicine in Puerto Rico in 1992. He completed his residency in psychiatry at Ohio State University in 1996 and is board certified in Psychiatry. Dr. Dueno is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Wright State University.
Marcia Weber, Psy.D.
Marcia has been with Good Samaritan Hospital’s Lifewell Program since 2003, where she serves as both a psychologist and program manager. Marcia earned her Doctorate in Psychology from Baylor University in 1993, and completed both pre and post-doctoral internships with Wright State University School of Professional Psychology. She has been a licensed psychologist since 1994. Marcia is also a Clinical Associate Professor with Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology.
Kimberly Slack, LSW, CTRS
Kimberly has been with Good Samaritan Hospital’s Behavior Health Department since 1993. She joined the Lifewell Program in 1996, and utilizes both her social work and recreational therapy skills within her role as a mental health therapist. Kimberly earned a Master in Education from the University of Toledo in 1989 and has been certified as a Recreational Therapist since 1989.
Patricia Jones, BSN, RN-BC
Patti has served as the Lifewell Program Nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital since 2000. She has specialized in psychiatric nursing in a variety of settings, including working at the Twin Valley Behavioral Health and providing intensive psychiatric case management services. Patti earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2007.
Sarah Schieltz, MHT, Program Assistant
Sarah has been with Good Samaritan Hospital’s Behavioral Health Department since 2005. She joined the Lifewell Program in 2006, and serves in a variety of roles, both clinical and administrative. Sarah earned her Mental Health Technology (MHT) degree from Sinclair Community College in 2003.