At Citadel Health Center, our goal is to create a refuge of trust and respect where individuals are empowered to make their own healthcare decisions. We will help you achieve physical, mental and spiritual health.
Dr Wesley Eichorn is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician and a Registered Nurse. His desire to help relieve suffering led him first to a career in nursing and later to become a physician. His passion for helping people make informed choices in revitalizing their health inspired his dream to open this Direct Primary Care Practice.
He received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree from Michigan State University and then completed a Family Medicine residency at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. He also completed a fellowship in Obesity Medicine.
Wesley’s clinical interests involve metabolic health with a major focus on insulin resistance. Diabetes, High blood pressure, Obesity, PCOS, Infertility, and even many forms of cancers are some examples of conditions associated with insulin resistance. The reality is that many of these conditions can be prevented or even reversed by choosing foods that will supply you with nutrition and harness your body’s innate ability to regulate itself effectively.
While not at work, Wesley enjoys spending time with his wife (Dr Jevert-Eichorn) and their three children. He also enjoys gardening and exploring how Bitcoin offers a solution to many of the problems we face in the world. And yes, part of the idea of naming the center Citadel comes from the idea of starting Bitcoin Citadels. You can read more about Wesley’s interests about views regarding food’s role in health at www.foodasmedicine.org.
Dr. Susan Jevert-Eichorn is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician. With a nickname of “Doctor Blue Eyes” growing up, she has always believed that healthcare was her life’s calling. Now as a physician, she places high-value on providing patient-centered medical care to kids and adults.
She received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree from Rocky Vista University in Colorado and then completed her Family Medicine residency at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine where she and Dr. Eichorn met. From 2016 - 2022 she served as faculty at WMed teaching the next generation of family physicians providing full-spectrum family medicine including obstetrics. Her undergraduate degree is in Interdisciplinary Mathematics and she enjoys truly “examining the evidence” for treatments.
Susan’s clinical interests include women and children’s health and informed choice.
While not at work, Susan is a full-time mom and wife and care-taker of her and Dr. Eichorn's three young children. She also serves as the Medical Director for Alternatives of Kalamazoo - a non-profit organization in their community. The Eichorn’s enjoy spending time with their extended families, many of whom live in the area.