Premier Family Health Gives Holiday Gifts To Indian Ridge Students

Indian Ridge leadership and Premier Family Health leadership: Premier Practice Manager Lacy Leate, Indian Ridge School Resource Specialist Stacey Oak, Indian Ridge Principal Dr. Natalie Cromwell, Premier CEO/Medical Director Dr. Vincent Apicella, Premier Nurse Practitioner Elizabeth Lofaso and Premier Business Administrator Ryan Mackman.

For the seventh-straight year, Premier Family Health & Wellness in Wellington has partnered with the Indian Ridge School in West Palm Beach to make the students’ holidays merrier.

On Wednesday, Dec. 20, Premier staff members, including Medical Director/CEO Dr. Vincent Apicella, medical providers, medical assistants and administrators visited the Indian Ridge School campus to hand out toys, gift cards and Indian Ridge School t-shirts to the entire student body of 98 students from kindergarten through 12th grade.

Students enrolled at Indian Ridge travel from all over Palm Beach County to attend classes at the only therapeutic school in Palm Beach County for those who have been identified with emotional and behavioral disorders. It is an academically focused school with therapy infused throughout the day.

For their work with Indian Ridge, Premier has been awarded at least the silver medal in the Partner in Education for Health Services from the Palm Beach County School District every year. In 2015, Premier received the Commissioner’s Business Recognition Award (CBRA) from the Florida Department of Education.

Dr. Vincent Apicella and Dr. Mariaclara Bago are pleased to continue their tradition of giving to Indian Ridge in 2017, and enjoyed seeing the smiles on all the students’ faces. For more information about Premier Family Health, visit