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PA PHP Can Be Reached At

Mon.-Thurs., 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 (866) 747-2255 or (717) 558-7819
 (855) 933-2605

Friday (emergency calls only)
 (717) 558-7817

400 Winding Creek Blvd.
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 

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Meet the Team

Tiffany Booher, MA, LPC, CAADC, CIP, CCSM, Director
Ms. Booher joined the PAPHP in 2013. As Program Director, Ms. Booher is responsible for direct supervision and professional development of the case management and administrative staff. In addition, Ms. Booher manages the daily delivery of program services. She holds a master’s degree in Applied Clinical Psychology and is licensed in the Commonwealth as a Professional Counselor.  Ms. Booher is also board certified in Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling, intervention, and case management.  Her favorite part of working for the PA PHP is the privilege of witnessing individuals recover and reap the rewards of creating a whole new life for themselves.

Edwin Kim, MD, DABPN, MRO, Medical Director
Dr. Kim works in an interdisciplinary team to provide monitoring and advocacy services for healthcare professionals coping with addiction or a mental illness. He conducts interviews, reviews pertinent medical issues, and provides his expertise on mental health. He is double board-certified in adult and addiction psychiatry and is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Kim holds additional certification as a medical review officer by the American Association of Medical Review Officers. His favorite aspect of working at the PA PHP is the collegiality and working with a close-knit team. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and road cycling.

Raymond C. Truex Jr., MD, FACS, FAANS, MRO, Medical Director
Dr. Truex is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and completed a rotating internship and general surgery training at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. During the Vietnam War, he served as a Naval medical officer assigned to the Fleet Marine Force and worked in the 3rd Medical Battalion Hospital in Quang Tri, South Vietnam, and as Battalion Surgeon to Marine Infantry Units in the Pacific theatre. He returned to complete a neurosurgery residency at Temple University Hospital, followed by a fellowship in pediatric neurosurgery at Temple. He started his career in academic neurosurgery at Temple, serving as Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, and rising to Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at Temple. At Temple, he was recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, and served as President of the Medical Faculty Senate. 

His academic career was interrupted by physician burnout and addiction, and after entering into recovery, with the help of the Physicians’ Health Program, he relocated to Reading Hospital, where he practiced adult and pediatric neurosurgery for 27 years before retiring in 2017. 

Through his involvement with organized medicine, Dr. Truex developed a personal and administrative understanding of the PA PHP, and on retirement wanted to help physicians with addictive problems, signing on as a medical director of the PA PHP. He serves as an authentic icon of physician recovery for physicians who suffer from addictive disorders.

Charles N. Burns, Jr., MD, Medical Director

Charles N Burns Jr., M.D. joined the Foundation in 2023. He is a graduate of the University of Scranton, Jefferson Medical College, Geisinger Medical Center in Surgery and Urology. He completed a Pediatric and Adult Reconstructive Urology Fellowship at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine and is board certified in perpetuity in Urology since 1983. Retired from the practice of Urology since 2017, he has been Medical director of CTC Dunmore, PA, methadone clinic, and outpatient MAT provider for the Geisinger Medical Center and Wright Center MAT clinics since 2018. He became certified in Addiction Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in 2022. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Sheila, their four children and nine grandchildren.

Melissa Devonshire, MBA, CADC, CCDP, Case Manager
Ms. Devonshire received her Bachelor’s in Administration of Justice from the Pennsylvania State University and her Master’s in Business Administration from Alvernia College with an emphasis on healthcare. She has over twenty years experience working in field of chemical dependency. Her responsibilities include screenings, determining appropriate level of care, contact with referrals and providers and seeing that our participants move through the process as smoothly as possible. Ms. Devonshire says that the highlight of her job is seeing a participant’s growth from the first phone call to where they are today. In her free time she enjoys gardening, spending time with  family and her “fur babies” and cooking/baking.

Katie Gruber, MSW, CADC, Case Manager 

Ms. Gruber answers the PA PHP’s phones, completing check-in calls and helping participants with any questions. She helps connect participants with evaluations and treatment as needed. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Addiction Counseling from Drexel University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Temple University. She says that every day is different and enjoys helping the participants. “You never know how the day will turn out, and it is always interesting,” she says Ms. Gruber is an avid reader and traveler likes to go to the local bookstore when travelling.


Alice Dunkin, BS, NCPT4, Case Manager
Ms. Dunkin provides administrative and professional support to the Physicians’ Health Programs and assists in managing the dynamics of a varying caseload. Her responsibilities include taking check-in calls, reviewing charts for compliance, process releases, and entering reports. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and certification from the American Association of Psychiatric Technicians. Ms. Dunkin has over 30 years of experience in the behavioral health field.

During her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening, being creative, and practicing self-care. Ms. Dunkin is actively involved with Stand for the Silent, a nonprofit anti-bullying program as well as The Fogleman’s Wounded Warriors Music Festival. 


Wendie Dunkin, Office Manager

Ms. Dunkin’s main duties at the PA PHP include managing program fees and supporting staff. She says that she loves to assist others. Wendy’s favorite thing to do is spend time with her husband of 35 years.

Kay Foltz, LSW, CADC, CCPG, Case Manager

Ms. Foltz received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Shippensburg University and master’s degree in social work with focus on administration from Temple University. She is licensed in the Commonwealth as a social worker and is board certified as an alcohol and drug counselor. She also holds a Certificate of Competency in Problem Gambling. She has over twenty-five years experience working in the addiction field in both direct service and supervisory roles. In addition, Ms. Foltz has experience working with children and youth, elder care, developmental disabilities, and early intervention populations. She enjoys witnessing the transition through support and treatment that occurs for participants and appreciates being a part of that journey. Ms. Foltz spends her free time in the great outdoors, attending live music and other festivals as well as hiking, kayaking, camping and riding her Honda, Shadow. She enjoys spending time with her children and dogs.

Kelly Mylnek, Administrator Assistant

Ms. Mlynek started with the Foundation in 2023 as an Administrative Assistant.  She has had many years of administrative experience and is excited to use her skills to help the mission of the Foundation.  Her main duties include supporting the case managers in administrative tasks, so they can do their job more efficiently.  Her love of people comes out in everything she does.  In her free time, she loves spending time with her family, her dog Peanut and her cats, Callie and Chloe. She also likes the outdoors, to read and to continually learn new things.   

Debra Eshleman, Assistant Case Manager

Ms. Eshleman joined the Foundation in May 2024 as an Assistant Case Manager.  She holds an associate degree in psychology and is nearing completion of her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. She has a passion for supporting the recovery journey for medical professionals. Ms. Eshleman enjoys playing recreation league tennis and pursuing educational opportunities.