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The decor within NWPR is light and contemporary. Considerable effort has been expended in designing and furnishing the suite to create a tasteful, professional, and inviting environment where clients feel comfortable and clinicians enjoy many years of productive practice.

The area occupied by NWPR consists of 13 equal-sized suites (roughly 13'x14reception'), one lunch room, one large group/conference room,three restrooms, one central and two smaller administration areas housing up to six office staff, and two common waiting areas.  This space is leased within the Keystone Professional Building.

A portion of the Keystone Professional Building previously occupied by an occupational therapist became vacant in 2009.  Dr. Meharg assumed and remodeled this section to create a specialty clinic within NWPR; the Center for Memory and Learning.  CFMAL houses three clinicians in two full- and one half-size suites, with separate entrance, waiting, and reception areas.  All CFMAL clinicians utilize NWPR for administrative support.

Each individual suite is fully equipped with VOIP telephones and data ports, allowing for computer networking and fiber-optic Internet access.