Dr. Michael Miller
DO FACOS, FAPWH, WCC
AOF Physician of the Year
Dr. Michael Miller is the CEO and Medical Director of Miller Care Group. Dr. Miller is a board-certified general surgeon who has been practicing chronic wound management since 1997. He has traveled all over the world and provided wound care and related education through lectures, peer-reviewed articles, and book chapters as well as volunteering annually in Honduras. He became certified in addiction treatment in 2015 and also provides advanced pain management. In 2010, he was honored by being named the Physician of the Year by the American Osteopathic Foundation. He is an Assistant Professor at Marion University College of Osteopathic Medicine where he lectures and mentors medical students.
Paul started his journey by getting his BA at Wabash College. He continued his studies by attaining his MS at Purdue University, and his PhD at Indiana University. He got his HSPP from the Indiana State Psychology Board in 1989. Paul has worked in correctional facilities, school systems, community mental health systems and private practice. He has evaluated and treated patients of all age groups, backgrounds, and clinical diagnoses. He now works as a Therapist here at Miller Care Group working mostly with people on house calls.
Therapist, Program Manager
Peg began her enthusiasm for home visits while obtaining an undergraduate degree in social work at Union College in Southeastern Kentucky. She received her Master’s degree in social work from the University of Kentucky. Peg has worked in Community Mental Health centers, private practice, and a Psychiatric hospital. In addition to being a psychotherapist, she has recently received the title of Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative. This gives her the opportunity to identify possible nutritional deficiencies in relation to chronic pain and diseases. Peg is currently the Program Manager for the Miller Care Group Mental Health service, as well as a therapist.
|Dr. Hardin received a Bachelor’s degree in comparative zoology in 1980 from Eastern Illinois University. His medical degree is from University of Illinois, with an internship in Internal Medicine. Dr. Hardin was introduced to wound care during his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He obtained his “Suboxone Waver” in order to do his part to ameliorate the opiate crisis. He continues to maintain a practice in Inpatient Rehabilitation at Lafayette Regional Rehabilitation Hospital and Carmel Health and Rehabilitation. Dr. Hardin is currently a Physiatrist, Wound Specialist, and Addictionology Specialist for Miller Care group. His role in Miller Care Group emphasizes his 30+ years of experience in wound care.|
Marsha studied at Purdue University and got her Bachelors and MS in Psychology and Neurological Disorders. She then attained her PhD in Psychology and Community Counseling from Western Michigan University in 1997. She has had experience working with individuals, families, and community organizations in therapy regarding various subjects like Substance Abuse treatment, Conflict Resolution, Grief Management, Family Dynamics, and Organizational Development. She now works as a Therapist doing house calls here at Miller Care Group.