Michelle Wolfe, P.A.-C. specializes in family medicine, and cares for patients at MidMichigan Community Health Services School-Based Health Center located in the Harrison Middle School.
Philosophy of Care
“I chose the School-Based Health Center because I am able to get to know my patients and build relationships with them over the years as I treat and take care of them,” said Michelle. “I knew before entering Physician Assistant School that I wanted to work in Family Medicine or a Pediatric setting because of the atmosphere, work-life balance, and I get the chance to meet new people.”
“I want to create a professional and friendly environment for my patients and treat every patient with the highest quality of care, respect, and integrity.”
“I want to make a positive impact, and this position will allow that,” Michelle said. “I am very excited to get involved in the community and help care for and shape our youth. In addition, I would eventually like to help out with coaching. Sports have such an influence on children and I want to help in that process.”
The most satisfying aspect of my work is knowing that I can help others with their health and overall well-being. I am a caring, competent and compassionate provider, and I am ready for the challenge of taking care of patients. I have a lot of energy, good communication skills and will bring a fresh perspective.”
Michelle was excited to move back to her home state with her husband, Alex, and use her abilities to serve and support the community. She likes to stay active in her spare time.
“I love to run! I participated in cross country and track in high school and college. My favorite events were the mile and 5K on the track. I also enjoy hiking, kayaking, cycling, and playing sports.”
Special Interests and Procedures
Michelle is especially interested in pediatrics, including adolescent health, sports medicine and mental health.