Family Health       Community Care

Kristann Heinz, MD, RD


Kristann's interest in medicine began at the early age of six when her father, an Army Surgeon, took her on his hospital rounds. Her commitment and service to others took shape in high school when she worked as a nursing assistant in the Alzheimer’s Unit of a nursing home. She then pursued and completed an undergraduate degree in Nutrition at Simmons College, as well as a community based dietetic internship. Working as a Registered Dietician, she ran community based maternal and child health nutrition programs in a number of venues, including WIC, HealthCare for the Homeless, and Neighborhood Health Centers. She subsequently received two Maternal and Child Health Fellowship Awards to study adolescent nutrition, as well as nutrition in children with specialized needs.   

Through her experiential recognition of the value nutrition played in health and wellness, she decided to pursue a degree in medicine—earning it at the University of Pennsylvania—followed by a Family Medicine Residency at Lehigh Valley Health Network. During residency, she began to study other healing modalities such as acupuncture, homeopathy, and herbal medicine.  After completing residency she worked within the integrative medical field before establishing Red Hill Medical. 

Dr. Heinz is dedicated to the understanding that the basis for wellness and healing rests in a foundation of good nutrition, physical movement, and emotional health. With personal research  that is never-ceasing, she follows the charge that it is every person’s right to truly understand their own personal health story.  She actively continues to education herself and is currently studying to be a Certified Practitioner with the Institute for Functional Medicine.

Kristann is a Medical Doctor, board certified with the American Academy of Family Medicine and American Board of Integrative-Holistic Medicine, as well as a Registered Dietician.  She is also certified as a Medical Acupuncturist.

​Falecia Wasicko, RN, LMT

Falecia has been in the health profession for over fifteen years.  She started her career as a massage therapist and later went on to pursue a degree in nursing. Falecia earned her certification in massage therapy at The Desert Institute for the Healing Arts in Tucson, Arizona.  Here she specialized in therapeutic massage and the use of essential oils to help achieve healing and balance.  Seeing the benefits of these treatment modalities, Falecia decided to pursue a degree in nursing to bring these holistic elements into a more medical venue.

After completing her nursing training at St. Francis School of Nursing, Falecia worked in the Medical-Surgical and Oncology Units at Doylestown Hospital.  She later changed her focus to the outpatient family practice setting.  She has found much reward from working in Integrative Healthcare settings, first at Stockton Family Practice and now at Red Hill Medical.  It is here that she began incorporating her holistic nursing approach to educate and empower people to make lasting health changes.  Falecia is proficient in administrating and supporting patients through Nutritional IV’s and Chelation Treatments as well as administering Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies. 

After years of study on various styles of relaxation practices, Falecia completed the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program at Jefferson University Hospital’s Mindfulness Institute at the Myrna Brind Center for Integrative Medicine. MBSR is a mindfulness-based program designed to assist people with a range of medical conditions such as but not limited to chronic pain, acute pain, cancer, anxiety and depression.  This type of program is specifically used in health care settings all over the country and uses a combination of mindfulness meditation and body awareness.

Falecia is a registered nurse and licensed massage therapist.  She is a member of the Holistic Nurses Association and is currently working towards her Nurse Coaching Certification.  Falecia is a graduate of Jefferson’s MBSR facilitator program and teaches classes for individuals, families and groups.  She offers massage therapy by appointment and provides individual nurse education sessions to help patients better understand and implement their treatment programs.  She is a facilitator of the Suppers Program and teaches many of the ongoing group education classes at Red Hill Medical.