Meet Our Providers...

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Jennette Bergstedt-Cormier, MD

Dr. Jennette Bergstedt-Cormier received her degree in Pediatrics from the Louisiana State University-Shreveport campus. Board-certified since 1994, Bergstedt-Cormier was the chief resident of the LSUS Medical Center before moving to Sulphur in 1995. “I’ve always loved children,” she said. “But what really drew me to this profession was in school at LSUS. While in the early stages of study, you try many different kinds of medicine, and I just clicked with Pediatrics immediately.” After having the responsibility of a private practice for several years, in Lake Charles, La, she was ready to slow things down a little bit.  Bergstedt-Cormier most wants to establish that connection with her young patients and their parents. “I like trying to see the entire family picture,” she said. “It’s a team effort to care for a child. I’m here to help you and advise you.” Getting behind family model of WCHC is a welcome change from practicing in a bigger city.


Terri Roberts, FNP-C

A native of Chatham, Louisiana, Terri Ewing, FNP-C, received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in December, 2006.  During that time, she was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society.  Following graduation, she immediately pursued her Master of Science in Nursing degree at Northwestern State University while working as an RN at the Winn Parish Medical Center in the emergency department.  She completed her master’s degree with Northwestern in May, 2010 and is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.  She has continued her work with the emergency department and was welcomed to the Winn Community Health Center team in April, 2012.  She cares for patients at the Winn Community Health Center’s main office.  She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  Terri and her husband, Andy, are the proud parents of twin girls, Sadie and Sarah, and reside in Winn Parish.


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Candace Wren, FNP-C

A native of Campti, Louisiana, Candace Wren, FNP-C received her Bachelors of Science Degree in nursing from Northwestern State University in 2005. She then worked for 8 years as a Registered Nurse at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center in the Perinatal Department. She received her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from Northwestern State University in May of 2013. She is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is an active member of both the Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She joined the Winn Community Health Center’s team in August of 2013 at the Winnfield Primary School-Based Clinic. Candace is married with two children who both attend the Winnfield Primary School. She is an active member of the United Baptist Church in Campti, Louisiana.


Mark Singleton, DO

Dr. Mark Singleton received his undergraduate degree at the US Military Academy in West Point, NY in 1975. He then went on to get his graduate degree from East Texas State University in Commerce, TX. In 1985 he decided to return to medical school at Texas College Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Singleton began his medical career with the Public Health Service in 1992, and worked on many different Indian reservations. He has been a member of the Winn Community Health Center family since 2016. Dr. Singleton lives in Natchitoches, Louisiana with his wife and two youngest children, Ayla, 10 and Alda, 8.


Rick Fridrick, LCSW
Behavioral Health Director

The son of a Chaplin, a Middle School Teacher, and a CNA to the Elderly, Rick Fridrick was raised with the value and a desire to serve and help others from an early age. Rick was born and raised in a small steel and pottery industry town in Eastern Ohio, but when he was a teenager, his family moved to Central LA, where he lived for 7 years. Rick went on to attend college at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches LA, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Addiction Studies. After graduating from NSU, Rick married his wife, a Louisiana Native, then immediately moved to Knoxville, TN where they lived for 9 years. During that time, Rick obtained a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from The University of Tennessee. 
Rick has been working in a social service capacity since 2006, and has been working in a clinical capacity since 2009 providing individual, group, family, and couples counseling to undeserved populations of all ages and backgrounds. Rick obtained clinical licensure to practice in March 2011 and has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) since March 2016. Rick has work experience encompassing residential and behavior modification treatment with troubled youth, addiction/substance abuse-related treatment, Program Coordination serving individuals with special needs, as well as working in mental health counseling outpatient settings. 
Since 2012, Rick’s focus has been working in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) setting starting out at Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, TN as a Clinical Therapist providing counseling services to undeserved populations regardless of their ability to pay and treating people with both their mental health challenges as well as physical challenges such as diabetes, hypertension, and smoking cessation. This experience at Cherokee Health Systems led Rick to move back to Central Louisiana to take on a full-time clinical position as our Behavioral Health Consultant at Winn Community Health Center, as well as the role of Behavioral Health Director for the Trinity Community Health Centers System in the fall of 2016.
Rick’s interests include music, playing video games, watching football, reading Sci-fi/Fantasy books, collecting Star Wars and Marvel Comics Memorabilia, and being involved in church, where he has been doing some form of ministry off and on since 2002. Rick Lives in Central Louisiana with his wife and children.


James J. Morris, Ph.D.

Dr. James Morris is a prescribing Medical Psychologist in Louisiana.  Dr. Morris has been providing clinical services for adults, children and adolescents for more than 30 years.  Dr. Morris completed doctoral training in clinical psychology and neuroscience at the University of Wyoming and Virginia Commonwealth University.  Dr. Morris also completed specialty training in clinical neuropsychology, and has extensive experience in pediatric psychology, forensic psychology and mental health administration. 

Dr. Morris has served as a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry with the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.  Dr. Morris is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Louisiana Academy of Medical Psychologists.    


Holly Maxwell, FNP

A native of Goldonna, Louisiana, Holly Rhymes Maxwell, FNP-C was raised just outside of Winnfield, graduating from Calvin High School. She received her Bachelors of Science Degree in nursing from Northwestern State University in 2014 and continued to worked for 4 years as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Units of both Northern Louisiana Medical Center of Ruston and University Health Conway of Monroe. Holly then received her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from Northwestern State University in May of 2018. She is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is an active member of both the Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She joined the Winn Community Health Center’s team in June of 2018 and will be utilized at Winnfield Senior High School as a primary provider for students and faculty as well as a sports medicine provider for the athletic department. Holly and her husband, Drew currently reside in Weston, Louisiana.