Clinic Doctors & Staff
Our compassionate and experienced medical staff is here to treat every patient with the care and respect they deserve. We are here to treat addiction without judgement, and with the physical health, behavioral health, and recovery of every person of utmost importance.
Barbara Wahl, RN, MA
Chief Operating Officer
Barbara Wahl is our Chief Operating Officer.
Dr. Wahl joined the Concerted Care Group during the planning and development of our first medical center. She built the operations of the center from the ground up. Her previous experience was at the University of Maryland Medical Center’s Division of Community Psychiatry. At Maryland she ran the PATH outreach program, the Community Support Case Management Program, the Safe Haven transitional shelter, the SSI Project entitlements program, the Community Psychiatry Behavioral Health Home, and Integrated Care. Barbara has worked in psychiatric research and homelessness services in Oakland, California, New York City, and Baltimore.
She is a strong proponent of person-centered care and believes CCG’s core values and whole-person approach are the key to successful outcomes. She also believes that positive change is possible in Baltimore City with the right approach, and that everyone here deserves a chance to live safe, productive, and meaningful lives. Barbara earned her master’s degree in Applied Psychology at Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Erika N. Kane
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Kane holds the unique distinction of being certified by both the American Board of Addiction Medicine and the Board of Family Medicine.
Her peers and accrediting bodies, as well as supportive service and treatment advocacy organizations recognize Erika as a leader in addictions medicine. She has served in many capacities aimed at increasing the quality and effectiveness of integrated medical care, including as Independent Medical Review Panelist for the Maryland Board of Physicians and as an Advisory Panel Member for the Revision of Guidelines for Continuing Care Physicians in the Baltimore Buprenorphine Initiative.
Erika received her Doctor of Medicine from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio and served her Family Practice Residency at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. She received her BA is Psychology from Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.