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  1. Mass. prisons start offering medication to treat addiction

    For the first time, Massachusetts prisons are providing a medication to treat opioid addiction to newly arriving inmates, as the state launches a groundbreaking program established by legislation passed last year. For now, the Department of Correction is providing just one of the two medications required under the law, which took effect Monday. Read More            

  2. Wellpath Announces New Senior Vice President to Head Hospital Administration for Residential Treatment Division

    Nashville, TN – Today, Wellpath announced the promotion of George Gintoli to Senior Vice President for Recovery Solutions, the company’s division of residential treatment facilities. George has maintained a distinguished career since joining Wellpath in 2005. He has served in a variety of leadership roles and has been instrumental in numerous successful Wellpath partnerships including the South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Treasure Coast Forensic Treatment Center, Montgomery County Mental Health Treatment Facility and Bridgewater State Hospital. Prior to joining Wellpath, George served four years as the State Director for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health and spent 10 years as a Surveyor for The Joint Commission’s Behavioral Healthcare Accreditation Division. “For 14 years George has personified Wellpath’s devotion […]

  3. Wellpath Celebrates Rosko for 30 year Medical Certification

    Congratulations Dr. Christopher Rosko for 30 years as an American Board of Emergency Medicine-certified doctor! For decades he has embodied the medical profession’s mission to provide quality patient care! He is an integral part of the Wellpath family: a true friend, esteemed mentor & valued colleague! Dr. Rosko is photographed here with Cindy Watson, President, Local Government Healthcare.

  4. Wellpath’s Goodwin named to The State’s Magazine “20 under 40 for 2019

    Congratulations to our very own Chandra Goodwin! This Social Services Director was just selected by The State Magazine’s 20 under 40 for 2019! Chandra is a crucial part of our team, we are so happy to see her good work being recognized! Chandra has also received an award for excellence from Wellpath. We celebrate her tireless dedication to providing mental health counseling to our most vulnerable patients! Click here for the article.

  5. Allegany County Detention Center is Puttin’ the Cuffs on Cancer

    We were able to raise over $200 in only one month. We will be soon starting to do some fundraisers to reach our goal of $1000 this year. Our team was comprised of medical and custody staff and some family members. We look for a larger turnout this fall. – Alan Wilt, RN Charge, Allegany County Detention Center.  

  6. Wellpath Announces Three New Division Presidents to Lead Its Mission of Delivering Quality Healthcare

    . Nashville, TN – Today Wellpath is pleased to announce the promotions of three of its division executives who will help lead the company in its mission to provide excellent healthcare to every patient. We want to congratulate the following employees: Cindy Watson will transition from COO of Local Government Healthcare to president of the division. Jeremy Barr has served as Executive Vice President of Recovery Solutions and will become the division president. Brad Dunbar was previously the Executive Vice President of the State and Federal Healthcare Division and will now lead it as president. “The leadership and dedication Cindy, Jeremy, and Brad have shown our company is unparalleled,” said Wellpath CEO Jorge Dominicis. “They have maintained a constant commitment […]

  7. Wellpath Lifesaver Award

      Wellpath Lifesaver Award – Congratulations to Hays County, TX Mental Health Counselor, Tonya Shankle, a recent recipient of the Wellpath Lifesaver Award for exemplary staff.                    

  8. WUWM — 02/13/2019

    Milwaukee County Plans For New Health Services Provider At Jail – “Armor’s contract ends on April 1, and the Board approved a two-year contract for a different private Nashville-based health services provider called Wellpath.”

  9. KTVA CBS 11 – 02/11/2019

    Dunleavy hints at additional privatization beyond API – “Officials have said that under the contract, Wellpath will bring in a team that will work to correct problems relating to staff safety, patient safety and rights, regulatory compliance and the therapeutic environment.”

  10. Anchorage Daily News — 02/11/2019

    Privatization isn’t a long-term answer for API. But it could help us get out of this crisis. – “Given the scope of the problems at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute (API), it’s important to scrutinize the details of the governor’s plan. It now appears that the short-term contract with Wellpath Recovery Solutions is the first step.”

  11. Heart Health – 02/7/2019

    1 in 4 deaths in the US are due to heart disease. As healthcare professionals, we sometimes respond to acute illnesses or emergencies, but heart health remains incredibly important for our patients! 

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