Sheila Butler has been promoted to the position of Chief Human Resources Officer and is the newest member of the Diamond senior leadership team.
In the six years that Sheila has been with Diamond, currently as our VP of Employee Relations, she has proven to be a consummate professional. She has the knowledge, personal values and passion to lead Diamond’s HR Department during a critical period in Diamond’s growth, as well as the challenge of the current healthcare business climate. Congratulations Sheila!
Diamond is pleased to announce the promotion of Neil Konitzer, from Director of Corporate Information Technology to Vice President, Information Technology.
Clearview Behavioral Health Center at Russell County Medical Center in Lebanon, VA, celebrated its 30 year milestone of providing services and changing lives. Nearly 100 community members helped celebrate. Candace Coffin, Director of Specialty Services, at Mt. Rogers Community Service Board gave the keynote address titled, “Erasing Stigma” and Marty Grizzle, Peer Support Specialist, shared a recovery story.
Click to watch a great news profile on the new geriatric behavioral health program at Sullivan County Community Hospital in Sullivan, Indiana. Congratulations to Program Director Connie Gray for giving a great interview!
We are proud of our patients who are in recovery and those who have started the journey. Help us celebrate Recovery Month by increasing awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders.
Hampton Roads, Va - Overdose deaths are on track for claiming the #1 cause for unnatural death for the 4th straight year eclipsing automobile accidents. With locations in Williamsburg and Virginia Beach, The Farley Center offers addiction treatment services to individuals from all walks of life. Watch the interview with Dr. Donald McCourtney, Executive Director at The Farley Center, and Bianca Waechter, LPC, MBA, Farley Director of Intensive Outpatient Services.
Congratulations Heritage Program Outpatient Team at Valley County on Your Success!
ORD, Neb. – The Heritage Program for Seniors at Valley County Health System (VCHS) earned a 97 percent overall patient satisfaction rate during the most recent quarter, highlighting the organization’s continued efforts to address the mental health conditions of older adults in central Nebraska.