About Dr. Clay Hall

Dr. Clayton Hall graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. He worked 10 years in the field of substance abuse, providing individuals and families with education, counseling and support.

After graduating in 2001 from Pikeville University’s Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Hall completed his residency at the University of Louisville in 2005. He was attending physician at Three Rivers Medical Center in Louisa, Kentucky from 2005 to 2011 and served as Chief of Staff in 2007.

Dr. Hall co-authored “Transitioning the Impact of Divorce on Children Throughout the Life Cycle” in the “Handbook of Stressful Transitions Across the Lifespan” (2010). Since 2006, he has been Professor of Psychiatry at Pikeville University. He also is in private practice in Lexington, Kentucky.

In every aspect of his profession, Dr. Hall demonstrates his commitment to helping his patients recover from mental illness and substance abuse disorders and alleviating the stigma associated with their illness. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and is a member of both the American Psychiatric Association and the Kentucky Psychiatric Medical Association.

Personally, Dr. Hall enjoys spending time with his family and friends. His two children, Carlton and Mary, both love basketball, swimming, camping, bowling, going to the beach, spending time with their cousins and friends – and eating ice cream!

About Lisa Caldwell

Lisa Caldwell, MSN, PMHNP-BC is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with dual certification in both Family Practice and Psychiatry. In her role as a family nurse practitioner she worked at a mobile homeless clinic providing holistic care to an indigent population that many times presented with mental health complaints. She felt very secure in that role as she had a very experienced psychiatrist who worked as the medical director of that clinic. Given that her commute was 2 hours/day she jumped at the opportunity when she was offered a position at a busy pain management office in Lexington. She enjoyed the challenges that each of those roles offered, especially from a mental health perspective. She worked in that position until circumstances arose that would change the course of her career.

“Mental health and treatment of opioid dependence has always been a “pull for me” as every single day I am given the opportunity to improve a client’s mental health which in turn improves their quality of life. I have always strived to be empathetic to those who are suffering”.

She joined Dr. Hall’s practice in early 2019 providing care for those who suffer from opioid dependence. Over the course of the following year, she completed the requirements needed to obtain her psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner post-master’s certificate which would allow her to see clients with mental illness in the psychiatric practice.

She started in healthcare at the age of 13 volunteering her time as a candy striper and has worked in many different capacities throughout the years and completed her education along the way. She obtained her nursing degree from Midway College and the bachelor and master’s programs were completed through Indiana Wesleyan University. Her last endeavor for the Post-Master’s certificate was completed at Northern Kentucky University. She is happily married to her husband of 19 years and they have one daughter. Her family is growing as she now has 3 grandsons that are the joy of her life. She is excited to have finally arrived at her final destination in healthcare, one that has evolved over the course of her life!