Diamond congratulates Fredrick Dombrowski, PhD, therapist at Westchester Medical Center Behavioral Health Center, on getting his first official book chapter published in Vol. I of Metaphors and Therapy: Enhancing Clinical Supervision and Education.
Diamond is especially grateful for our employees, hospitals and partners. The work you do is more important than ever and touches the lives of many individuals and families.
We thank you for your ongoing dedication to behavioral health and Diamond’s mission, and wish you and yours a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.
DIAMOND'S PROUD OF OUR PROGRAM'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS
LEBANON, Va. – In response to an outstanding need in Southwest Virginia, Russell County Medical Center has expanded to include a medical psychiatric service. This fully functional medical/surgical unit enables RCMC staff to care for people suffering from medical illness and mental health disorders at the same time.
The med-psych unit is for adult patients and is staffed by board-certified physicians, psychiatrists and specially trained nurse practitioners.
Remembering Those Lost To Drug Addiction and Offering Hope to Those Who Continue to Struggle
Williamsburg, Virginia, 9/17/16 – Addiction has touched millions of Americans in some way – whether it be family, friends or self. On Saturday morning Farley Center Alumni, Delegate Monty Mason of the 93rd District, and program leaders gathered for the 8:00 a.m. flag raising and flagpole dedication.
Diamond Healthcare Corporation is pleased to announce that Maryview Medical Center's Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program in Portsmouth, VA has received certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). Diamond has managed the program at Bon Secours Maryview for the past 15 years.
“We have seen great outcomes in our Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program and this certification reinforces the importance and value of this service,” said Kelly Russell, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Director.
September is National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. This month is about education, awareness and the reminder that it is ok to seek help.
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Read their suicide risks and warning signs below.