CenterPointe Hospital participated in the MD Career Fair at Forest Park on September 19th where nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, medical students, residents and physicians spoke with local, state and national healthcare organizations about their services and potential positions.
CenterPointe Hospital is proud to announce Scott Williams as its new Chief Executive Officer. Over the past 20 years, Williams has held corporate and senior executive level positions in several prestigious behavioral health companies with multi-state, multi-facility operations. He has provided leadership in treatment facilities serving a wide range of inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for all age groups. Williams is highly regarded as an innovative and effective leader and a change agent, with extensive experience in working with leadership teams to develop efficient and successful businesses. CenterPointe Hospital is fortunate to have a Chief Executive Officer who brings to its senior management team and staff a depth and breadth of experience and leadership in behavioral health treatment. Scott also is a strong community advocate for mental health and addiction treatment and works closely with community partners to provide quality continuum of treatment services. Scott earned an undergraduate degree in psychology and Masters in Business Administration. He is experienced in...Read More >
For increasing awareness about the dangers of heroin use in our communities.
On September 14, 2018, CenterPointe Hospital presented their fall conference with the theme, Addiction is a Family Disease. With 300 participants in attendance, speakers introduced a compassionate way of thinking about the family experience of addiction, the genetic predisposition for addiction and mental illness, family codependency dynamics, as well as offered experiential healing activities for family recovery. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 21.5 million American adults (aged 12 and older) are battling a substance use disorder, with numbers growing dramatically every day. Addiction is considered to be, on average, inherited about 50 percent of the time (Journal Clinical Pharmacol-ogy & Therapeutics). Families with alcohol and drug problems also have high levels of distress causing family members to assume roles for survival that inevitably become self-destructive. CenterPointe Hospital offers support groups for family members to learn healthy boundaries and self-care techniques.
CenterPointe Hospital is pleased to announce Angie P., as the winner of the July 2018 On-Pointe Employee of the Month Award. Angie was nominated by her peers who made some of the following comments about Angie: Angie can always be counted on to go above and beyond to serve seniors and their families. Angie treats all seniors and families with dignity and respect in all interactions. Angie is a strong advocate for seniors and works diligently to help find the appropriate placement for seniors upon discharge. Angie is an outstanding representative of CenterPointe Hospital in her frequent interactions with referral sources and senior communities. Congratulations, Angie, from the staff and administration of CenterPointe Hospital!
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Register here: https://centerpointehospital.com/registration/ ST. LOUIS, MO — Opioid addiction is at epidemic proportions in the United States. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, more than 20-million American adults are battling substance use disorder. About 50-percent of current addicts have a family history. So where can people turn to help? Candi Finan is from the Changing Pointe at Centre Pointe Hospital. She says the cycle can be broken. Addiction is a Family Disease 8:15am – 4:00pm Friday Registration: 7:30am – 8:15am Old Hickory Golf Club #1 Dye Club Drive St. Peters
Candi Finan, MA, LPC, NCC, NBCCH, Clinical Supervisor of The Changing Pointe Addiction Treatment Center at CenterPointe Hospital discusses dynamics in families affected by addiction, codependency and support for families in an interview with Jon Grayson and Jennifer Blum at KTRS Radio St. Louis. The general public is invited to attend the CenterPointe Hospital 2018 Fall Conference ADDICTION IS A FAMILY DISEASE on Friday, September 14th from 8am – 4pm at Old Hickory Golf Club in St. Peters. General Admission $45 (more for certain professions seeking CE credit). To register go to: www.CenterPointeHospital.com/registration
St. Charles, MO, September 6, 2018: During a series of Meet & Greet sessions throughout the day for CenterPointe Hospital employees, Mr. Buddy Turner, Chief Executive Officer of CenterPointe Behavioral Health System, introduced Mr. Scott Williams, the new Chief Executive Office of CenterPointe Hospital. Mr. Williams comes to CenterPointe with over 20 years of corporate and senior executive experience in providing leadership in multi-state, multi facility behavioral health companies serving a wide range of inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for all age groups. CenterPointe Hospital is fortunate to have a Chief Executive Officer who brings the depth and breadth of experience and leadership in behavioral health that Mr. Williams provides to our senior management team and staff. Mr. Williams is also a strong community advocate for mental health and addiction treatment and works closely with community partners to provide a quality continuum of treatment services that benefits the patients we mutually serve. CenterPointe Hospital extends a hearty welcome to Mr....Read More >
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2018 Walk to end Alzheimer’s – St. Charles We need your support to help end Alzheimer’s Disease! JOIN TEAM CENTERPOINTE HOSPITAL! Saturday, September 29, 2018 Ceremony begins at 9:00 a.m. Walk begins at 9:30 a.m. Location: St. Charles Community College 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, St. Charles (Cottleville), MO 63376 Join Team CenterPointe Hospital at: http://act.alz.org/goto/CenterPointeHospital All donations benefit the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association and every dollar makes a difference in this fight.
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