Acadia and Geisinger are pleased to announce that Kelly Ankenbrand has been named chief executive officer of Geisinger Behavioral Health Center Northeast, a new inpatient behavioral health hospital currently under construction in Moosic, Pennsylvania.
Slated to open in early 2024, the 100-bed acute care behavioral health hospital will be located on a 12-acre site at the corner of Ellsworth Road and Peterson Avenue in Mesa.
Acadia is pleased to share that we have partnered with UNC Center for the Business of Health to serve communities that are battling the opioid epidemic.
Acadia and Bronson are excited to welcome Deb Rozewicz as the new CEO of Bronson Behavioral Health Hospital.
Acadia is happy to welcome Laura Groschen to the team as our new Chief Information Officer.
The financial guidance presented to investors reflected Acadia’s solid execution to date and expectations for continued momentum into the future.
Acadia has recently acquired four Comprehensive Treatment Centers from Georgia-based Brand New Start Treatment Centers.
In partnership with Henry Ford Health, Acadia broke ground on a new behavioral health hospital in West Bloomfield, Michigan, on September 27. The hospital will offer inpatient psychiatric care and serve as an academic site for students in the behavioral healthcare field.
Acadia is pleased to announce that it has entered into a formal academic affiliation with Thomas Jefferson University’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College and Jefferson Health in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Acadia is honored to have been selected by Seelos Therapeutics to participate in a registration-directed study aimed at determining whether intranasal racemic ketamine can reduce symptoms of suicidal ideation in individuals who are suffering from depression.