William B. Weeks, MD, MBA
I believe in second chances. Largely, that is what addition treatment provides, and I am proud to be part of a similarly minded team that provides these services and, thereby, gives patients second chances in relationships, work, and life.
Include why you chose to enter the medical field (from what source did your passion for medicine arise?) I came to medicine through a desire to help people address life’s challenges. I find clinical work rewarding on a personal basis. I also work as a researcher. Here, I enjoy analyzing data and generating policy solutions that are designed to help the population better address life’s challenges.
I enjoy helping patients proactively solve problems, think through and address difficult challenges, and watch them thrive.
M.B.A. – Columbia University
M.D. – University of Texas Medical Branch
B.S. -Whitman College
Professional Certifications & Associations
New Hampshire License #8374
Board Certified – American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Added Qualification in Addiction Psychiatry
Board Certified – Healthcare Management, Diplomat of the American College of Physician Executives (CPE)
Board Certified – Certifying Commission in Medical Management, Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE)
Board Certified – Healthcare Management, Fellow of the American College of Physician Executives (FACPE)
Professional Academy of Healthcare Management (PAHM) designation
Fellow Healthcare Financial Management Assiciation (FHFMA) designation
Other Professional/Educational Achievements
- 2000 – Federal Executive Leadership Training Program
- 2003 – Leadership VA
- 2007 – National Rural Health Association Rural Health Fellowship Program
- 2009 – National Rural Health Association Outstanding Researcher Award
When not with my patients, I enjoy… Spending time with my family, skiing, running, and spending time outdoors.