Sandra Alexander, PA-C
Founder of Collegial Behavioral Health
Sandra earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, and pursued a previous career in Forensic Drug Chemistry and Toxicology. After working in crime laboratories in the Southeast, she became a consultant to forensic laboratories throughout the U.S. and Canada. Throughout her career, she spent hours processing illicit drug labs and overdose crime scenes, and she felt the place where she could make the most difference was in medicine, instead of law enforcement.
Sandra returned to Campbell University and earned her Master of Physician Assistant Practice degree, specializing in psychiatry and addiction medicine. She molded her practice skills with previous experience at Southlight Healthcare, Changes by Choice, Morse Clinics of Chatham, Vance and Johnston Recovery Services, and Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare. Sandra is a member of the AAPA, the NCAPA, the NCAPA Health Committee (Chair of Committee 2015-2016), and is a consultant for the NC Physicians Health Program.
As Founder of the Collegial Behavioral Health team, she leads in unity for your better life.
Sandra is the author or expert source of several professional magazine articles, including:
Help Wanted - PA's Needed For Opioid Epidemic
PA Way to Effective Patient Recovery
PA Educates Patients at Behavioral Health Center for Addiction Medicine Treatment
Julie A Romeis, PA-C
Julie grew up in Irvine, California and Ithaca, New York. She graduated from the University at
Buffalo with a double major in Biology and Psychology and has been a Raleigh resident for 25
years. After working in small animal veterinary medicine over a decade, she made the move to
human medicine working in geriatrics.
Julie received her Masters of PA Medicine from the University of Lynchburg. While there she
worked with Students Without Borders to coordinate and participate in medical service trips to
Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Oaxaca, Mexico. She is currently working as a PA Fellow
at Collegial Behavioral Health as part of her Doctor of Medical Sciences program that continues
through June 2021.
Julie has two teenage children and a house full of pets. In her free time she loves to travel and
get outdoors. As a certified yoga teacher, Julie is passionate about a holistic approach to health
care. She is excited to bring her style of compassionate and empathetic care to Collegial.
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