Health & Wellness Center Information
Health & Wellness Center Team
Susan Ritter, MD
Dr. Ritter earned her medical degree from the University of Colorado and completed her family medicine residency and an integrative medicine fellowship at the University of Arizona. Today, as a dedicated family physician, she helps promote the health of the body, mind, and spirit in a manner that is unique to every individual. In her free time, Dr. Ritter rescues shelter dogs and cats, and enjoys hiking and gardening.
Domonique Katona, PA-C
Domonique is a certified physician assistant, with special interests in mental health, women’s care and disease prevention. She earned Master’s Degrees in Physician Assistant Studies and Medical Health Science from Touro University Nevada and a Bachelor’s Degree in Biotechnology from University of Nevada Las Vegas. Outside of work, Domonique enjoys volunteering in her community, in particular, with child bereavement support. She likes spending quality time with her husband and son, cooking for family and friends and traveling to exotic cities and beaches.
Health & Wellness Center Team
Kathleen Wagner, MD
More than anything, Dr. Wagner loves “being people’s doctor,” supporting their health goals and accompanying them at times of difficulty. She feels that it is a sacred duty that she is fortunate to perform. She earned her Masters in Physiology from Georgetown University and completed her Family Medicine Residency at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. During a professional break to raise her children, she also earned the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at University of Arizona, in an effort to broaden her approach to a more wholistic and spiritual orientation to patient care. In her free time, she enjoys time with her family, travel, knitting, quilting, music, cooking — and she is always reading.
Heather Tamburrino, PA-C
Heather Tamburrino is a board-certified physician assistant. She holds a Master of Science in Biomedical Science (MSBS) with a focus on physician assistant studies. When she’s not serving patients, she enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, home remodeling projects, and time with family and friends.
Health and Wellness Center Messages
The Trustees of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Local 525 Health and Welfare Plan are excited to announce the opening of Collective Union Health. What is Collective Union Health? It’s two provider locations strategically placed in the Las Vegas valley where participants and their dependents ages 3 years old and up can receive quality, comprehensive primary medical care services at no cost to you. It’s YOUR family medical center, powered by Activate Healthcare. Its purpose is to better the lives of all participants in our health plan.
We encourage you to take advantage of the free quality healthcare that not only provides participants with individual cost savings but has the potential for significant cost savings to the Health & Welfare Plan.
Here’s to your good health!
The Board of Trustees
We are looking forward to your visit! To make the process quicker, please complete the signature packet. English Spanish You can return the signature packet to the clinic prior to your visit or you can bring it with you. If you are the parent of a minor child, also complete the Minor Consent form.
Specific generic drugs are available through Collective Union Health at no cost to you and your family with clinic use. Because we are not a pharmacy, all drugs must be prescribed by the Activate Healthcare provider. If your provider has been prescribing one of these drugs and you want to take advantage of the drugs available at the clinic, please schedule an appointment with the provider at the clinic. If appropriate, they will write you a new prescription and can provide the drug to you. Per Nevada law, drugs can only be dispensed when the prescribing provider is on site at the clinic.
Collective Union Health can now draw your labs onsite at no-cost! We can even draw labs ordered by outside providers. Give us a call at 702-960-4465 to schedule your lab draw appointment.
If we must send you to an outside lab, you will be sent to LabCorp. If you choose not to go to LabCorp, you will be billed and responsible for the charges.
One of the clinics is open every Saturday from 8 am to 12 noon, on a rotating schedule. Please schedule your Saturday appointment by calling the office. There will be no Saturday clinics on the following holiday weekends:
Labor Day Weekend -Sept 5th 2020
Thanksgiving Day Weekend- Nov 28th 2020
Christmas Weekend- Dec 25th 2020
Collective Union Health provides primary care services to children (over age 3) and to adults. Children between the ages of 3 and 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for all services.
Are your immunizations up to date? Does your child need vaccines for school? Collective Union Health now carries select vaccines for children (ages 3 and up) and adults. Please call today to schedule an appointment and discuss your specific needs.