Oceans Healthcare: News


Oceans Behavioral Hospital Greater New Orleans Expands with Addition of Marrero Campus

Sep 18th, 2018

Inpatient facility now providing behavioral health services for adults and seniors   NEW ORLEANS (Sept. 18, 2018) – In Louisiana, approximately 154,000 adults aged 18 and older have a serious mental illness, defined as a diagnosable mental, behavioral or emotional disorder causing severe impairment to daily life activities. Yet less than half – only 38.2 percent – receive mental health treatment.   In an... Read More

Suicide Prevention: Know the Signs

Aug 14th, 2018

Risk Of Suicide If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately. Suicidal thoughts or behaviors are both damaging and dangerous and are therefore considered a psychiatric emergency. Someone experiencing these thoughts should seek immediate assistance from a health or mental health care provider. Having suicidal thoughts does not mean someone... Read More

Oceans Healthcare's Stuart Archer Wins EY's Entrepreneur of the Year - Health 2018 Award

Aug 6th, 2018

Plano, Texas – Stuart Archer, president and CEO of Oceans Healthcare, has been named EY’s Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the Health category in the Southwest region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their business and community. Archer joined Oceans Healthcare, a Plano, Texas-based behavioral health... Read More

Senior Loneliness: How to combat loneliness in old age

Jun 29th, 2018

By Margot Lester When we dream about our golden years, we see our older selves gracefully living out our lives engaged in meaningful activities and surrounded by family and friends. But the reality can be different for many older adults. Almost half of seniors (43%) say they feel lonely and isolated, according to a landmark study by the University of California at San Francisco.... Read More

What Kate and Anthony Have in Common

Jun 28th, 2018

By Stuart Archer, CEO, Oceans Healthcare This month we lost two national icons to suicide: fashion designer and businesswoman Kate Spade and celebrity chef, author and TV personality Anthony Bourdain. While fashion icon and food mogul may seem worlds apart, they shared a common struggle – hiding a later-in-life mental health struggle behind wildly successful public lives. Both were prominent individuals... Read More

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Depression

Jun 27th, 2018

Depression can often be misidentified as a bad case of the blues. But it is more than just feeling down, and not something to just “snap out of”. Depression is a serious mental health issue affecting nearly 3.3 million Americans. Yet many cases go undiagnosed due to stigma surrounding the illness or downplaying the severity of the problem. Proper diagnosis and... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Named to List of Fastest-Growing Mid-Size Companies in North Texas for Third Straight Year

Jun 7th, 2018

Behavioral healthcare company credits increasing need, service line expansion for growth PLANO, Texas (June 7, 2018) – For the third year in a row, Oceans Healthcare has been named one of the 50 fastest-growing middle market companies in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal. Known as the Middle Market 50, this annual list includes public and private companies with annual... Read More

Anxiety: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

May 31st, 2018

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health concern in the United States. Approximately 18 percent of adults and eight percent of children and teenagers have an anxiety disorder. Though highly treatable, only a small fraction of people with anxiety disorders receive treatment. Individuals may avoid treatment due to the stigma surrounding mental illness or simply because they do not realize... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Permian Basin Adds Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

May 29th, 2018

MIDLAND, Texas (May 29, 2018) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Permian Basin, a behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery, today announced the addition of child and adolescent psychiatrist Candes Dotson, D.O., to its clinical team. In Texas, 600,000 children, youth, and their families experience behavioral health needs before the age of 18. Fifty-eight percent of these children do not... Read More

Oceans Healthcare's Stuart Archer Named Finalist for EY's Entrepreneur of the Year 2018

May 14th, 2018

Plano, Texas (May 14, 2018) – Stuart Archer, president and CEO of Oceans Healthcare, has been named a finalist for EY’s Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the Southwest region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their business and community. Archer joined Oceans Healthcare, a Plano-based behavioral... Read More

8 Activities to Boost Mental Health for Seniors

Apr 17th, 2018

Staying active, socializing and challenging your brain are a few important ways to boost mental health later in life. But for some seniors, adjusting to a new season of life can be difficult, especially if they are also managing mental health issues. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than two million Americans age 65 and older suffer... Read More

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Geriatric Depression

Mar 29th, 2018

Identifying depression in older adults can be challenging because symptoms of the disease are often mistaken as typical signs of aging. However, geriatric depression is not typical, though it is treatable if diagnosed early and managed properly. Nearly 90 percent of elderly adults struggling with depression do not receive adequate treatment. Left untreated, geriatric depression can worsen existing medical conditions and... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lake Charles Expands to Offer Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Mar 21st, 2018

LAKE CHARLES, La. (March 21, 2018) – Individuals struggling with drug or alcohol addiction are almost twice as likely to suffer from mental disorders. Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lake Charles, a behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery, today announced the addition of inpatient and intensive outpatient programs for adults 18 and older suffering from addiction and co-occurring mental... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Abilene Expands Intensive Outpatient Program with Services for Military

Mar 12th, 2018

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Abilene, a behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery, today announced the expansion of its Intensive Outpatient Program with additional services specifically focused on addressing the unique emotional and behavioral health needs of active duty military, veterans and their loved ones.   The difficult and challenging physical and emotional requirements of military service can sometimes have lasting... Read More

Medication Management in Seniors

Feb 19th, 2018

On average, older adults ages 65-79 receive more than 27 prescriptions for new medications each year. Medication management is crucial when it comes to caring for older adults and seniors. Possible drug interactions and incorrect dosages could lead to complications and behavioral side effects, such as aggression or anxiety. Older adults are at high risk for medication misuse due to conditions like pain,... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Alexandria Adds Substance Abuse Counseling Services

Feb 19th, 2018

Program helps adults manage behavioral side effects of drug and alcohol use   ALEXANDRIA, La. (February 19, 2018) – Individuals struggling with drug or alcohol addiction are almost twice as likely to suffer from mental disorders. Oceans Behavioral Hospital Alexandria, a behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery, today announced the expansion of its Intensive Outpatient Program to include substance... Read More

What You Need to Know about Seasonal Affective Disorder

Dec 6th, 2017

Charla Anderson, Oceans Healthcare Texas regional director of clinical operations, contributed to this article. It originally appeared on the Philips Lifeline blog. If your mood and energy level sink when the days get shorter, you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Charla Anderson, Texas regional director of clinical operations at Oceans Healthcare, says SAD is “sadness or depression that typically lasts during the... Read More

Alzheimer's and dementia: more than memory loss

Oct 31st, 2017

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are numerous symptoms to alert caretakers to the onset of dementia. Memory loss Challenges in planning or solving problems Difficulty completing familiar tasks at work or home New problems with words in speaking or writing Withdrawal from work or social activities For those affected by dementia, the behavioral symptoms are often the most upsetting aspects of the condition. At Oceans,... Read More

6 Steps to Prevent a Fall

Sep 21st, 2017

The danger of falling is very real for geriatric patients, especially for those patients suffering with impaired mobility. Falls are the leading cause of fatal injury and the most common cause of nonfatal trauma-related hospital admission among older adults. ... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Named to Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest-Growing Companies for Second Straight Year

Aug 18th, 2017

PLANO, Texas (August 17, 2017) – Oceans Healthcare, a nationally recognized provider of behavioral health services for older adults and seniors, has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America for the second consecutive year. “We are honored to be recognized again this year and humbled to stand beside some of the most successful companies in the... Read More

Oceans Expert: Why we focus on geriatric psychiatry

Jul 25th, 2017

By: Charla Anderson, Regional Director of Clinical Operations, Oceans Healthcare By 2020, the population of Americans 85 and older is estimated to reach 6.6 million, and in the next 30 years the number of individuals 65 and older is expected to double to 80 million. The United States is rapidly approaching a society with significantly more elderly adults, which will directly... Read More

Oceans Healthcare's Laura Tarantino Named 2017 Corporate Counsel Awards Finalist by D CEO

Jul 24th, 2017

Laura Tarantino, executive vice president and general counsel for Oceans Healthcare, has been named a finalist for D CEO’s 2017 Corporate Counsel Awards program. The program, now in its eighth year, honors outstanding in-house attorneys in the North Texas region.  “I am honored by this recognition and grateful for the opportunity it affords me to shine a light on the issue... Read More

Oceans Healthcare's Laura Tarantino Appointed President Elect of the Louisiana Association for Behavioral Health

Jul 24th, 2017

Laura Tarantino, executive vice president and general counsel for Oceans Healthcare, has been appointed president elect of the Louisiana Association for Behavioral Health (LABH), a non-profit dedicated to ensuring behavioral health services are available to one of the state’s most vulnerable populations. The LABH mission is to: Promote behavioral healthcare provided by community-based service providers as a distinct concern in Louisiana Promote and raise public... Read More

Oceans Healthcare's Kimberly Bryan Elected President of the Louisiana Chapter of Healthcare Financial Management

Jul 24th, 2017

This article was originally published in the Livingston Parish News. The Louisiana Chapter of Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) announced its new officers for the 2017-2018 term at its Annual Institute in Lafayette on Monday, May 1. The new officers are as follows: serving as president, Kimberly E. Bryan, FHFMA, VP Revenue Cycle Management, Oceans Healthcare, LLC; serving as president-elect, Kim L. Hebert,... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lake Charles Opens Campus for Older Adults and Seniors, Expands Access for Young Adults at Main Location

Jul 6th, 2017

LAKE CHARLES, La. – (July 6, 2017) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital of Lake Charles today opened a specialized inpatient campus located at 302 McNeese Street solely dedicated to the unique needs of older adults and seniors suffering from mental illness. Oceans’ recently-renovated main location was opened last year at 4250 5th Avenue and has now increased access for younger adults... Read More

Urinary Tract Infections - Dangerous for Dementia Patients

Jun 28th, 2017

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are the second-most common infection a person can experience and they account for almost 25 percent of all infections in the elderly, particularly those in long term care facilities, according to the National Institutes of Health. For young, healthy adults, the symptoms are pretty straightforward – burning with urination, frequent or intense urges to urinate and cloudy,... Read More

Oceans in the News: Lack of Mental Health Resources in Baton Rouge

Jun 8th, 2017

This article was originally published in the Baton Rouge Business Report. A lack of mental health resources is draining Baton Rouge’s finances and clogging its bloated ERs and parish prison Joe, 55, suffers from schizophrenia. He lives in a Baton Rouge retirement and assisted living community, sees a psychiatrist and a social worker every six months, and takes three medications that help him... Read More

Men's Health Month: Suicide Awareness

May 23rd, 2017

Would you be surprised to know older adults and seniors are disproportionately more likely to die by suicide? While older adults make up 15 percent of the U.S. population, this demographic actually accounts for more than 19 percent of all self-inflicted deaths. June is Men’s Health Month and an opportunity to raise awareness of health problems that affect men, while encouraging... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Among North Texas Fastest-Growing Mid-Size Companies for Second Straight Year

May 18th, 2017

PLANO, Texas (May 18, 2017) – For the second year in a row, Oceans Healthcare has been named one of the 50 fastest-growing middle market companies in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal. Known as the Middle Market 50, this annual list includes public and private companies with annual revenues between $25 million and $750 million and is ranked... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Kentwood Expands Behavioral Health Services

May 9th, 2017

KENTWOOD, La. (May 9, 2017) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Kentwood, a behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery, today announced the opening of its intensive outpatient program. In this program, the hospital’s team of expert clinicians will provide ongoing outpatient treatment for a wide variety of behavioral health issues impacting adults 18 and older, including schizophrenia, affective disorders, behavioral... Read More

ACA Replacement and What it Could Mean for Behavioral Health Access and Coverage

Mar 1st, 2017

By: Stuart Archer, CEO, Oceans Healthcare The topic of Affordable Care Act repeal and replace has been at or near the top of the news since President Donald Trump took the oath of office in January. Speculation has abounded about what that might mean for millions of Americans and just how long it might take.  Last Friday we saw a minor, albeit... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Names New Administrators in Louisiana

Mar 1st, 2017

PLANO, Texas (March 1, 2017) – Oceans Healthcare, a nationally recognized behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, today announced the addition of Kacey Campbell and Rachel King to their administrative team. Kacey Campbell has joined Oceans Behavioral Hospital Alexandria as hospital administrator. Campbell has more than 15 years of bedside experience as a... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Appoints Industry Experts to Board of Directors

Feb 28th, 2017

Behavioral Health Provider Strengthens Position with Nationally Recognized Thought Leaders PLANO, Texas (Feb. 28, 2017) – Oceans Healthcare, a nationally recognized behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, today announced the addition of three leading industry experts to its Board of Directors. Rob Allen, CPA, recently served as Oceans Healthcare’s interim chief financial officer... Read More

Top Reads in 2016

Feb 27th, 2017

Attentions Oceans Update E-readers, here are your favorite articles from 2016!  Share them with your colleagues and invite them to “join the club!” You Job is Critical, We Can Help Mental Illness touches everyone. One in five adults experience mental illness every year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. May is Mental Health Month, an effort to support those experiencing... Read More

Understanding Psychosis in Older Adults

Feb 7th, 2017

    Memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s can be shocking to many caregivers, but there are other behavioral side effects, like psychosis, that can be just as frightening. The onset of psychosis is quite common among patients with Alzheimer’s Disease. A recent meta-analysis showed that more than 40 percent had psychotic symptoms, which led to faster functional impairment and increased mortality risk. Here are three... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Expanding in Southwest Louisiana

Jan 12th, 2017

Behavioral Health Provider Acquires Hospital in Crowley, Louisiana Crowley, Louisiana – (Jan. 12, 2017) – Oceans Healthcare today announced it has acquired 16-bed Phoenix Behavioral Hospital in Crowley, Louisiana. The facility, which has been renamed Oceans Behavioral Hospital Crowley, is a campus of  Oceans Healthcare’s existing facility, Oceans Behavioral Hospital Opelousas, and will continue serving older adult and senior patients suffering from... Read More

The Oceans Six Pledge

Jan 6th, 2017

The Oceans Six core convictions are the foundation of our company and the fuel that drives our people to provide the highest quality care. These are the six things we value and know to be true at Oceans Healthcare and our hospitals: dignity, comprehensive care, quality, honesty, support and teamwork. At Oceans, our employees commit to this Oceans Six pledge... Read More

Taking Care of Yourself

Jan 5th, 2017

Money, the economy, work.  The list goes on.  Those stressors top the charts for most Americans. For healthcare professionals in general, we tend to suffer from chronic disease and health issues only slightly less than the general population. To recharge in 2017, Forbes Magazine suggests these 10 tips for busy professionals: 1. For travelers… Pick a hotel with a gym. Buy a guest pass... Read More

From the Dark Side

Jan 5th, 2017

“You can lead a normal life…” said the late Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars.      Fisher, who recently died of a heart attack, talked about her battle with bipolar disorder openly since her diagnosis in 1985.  Many credit her with breaking down the stigma associated with mental illness and inspiring the confidence of thousands to... Read More

Connecting to Purpose at Work

Jan 5th, 2017

Recently, former Oceans Behavioral Hospital patient Robert W., of Midland, TX, shared a touching note about the care he received and his caregiver: “…(His) motivation and dedication to helping patients through hardship has greatly inspired me to become a better person once I leave here. …He helped me see the good in my life. …I will leave here loving who I am…”* There are... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Dec 15th, 2016

Behavioral Health Provider Strengthens Financial Operations with the Addition of New Leadership  PLANO, Texas (December 15, 2016) – Oceans Healthcare, a nationally recognized behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, today announced the appointment of Scott Gressett as chief financial officer. Gressett has more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry and... Read More

Oceans in the News: Needs grow for East Texas mental health care

Dec 15th, 2016

This article originally appeared in the Longview News-Journal. As the rural East Texas population ages, the Longview area is facing an "absolutely critical" need for mental health services — a need private behavioral health hospitals are struggling to meet. "There is a lack of mental health services in this area," said Lauren Weber, administrator of Oceans Behavioral Hospital, a 24-bed hospital with... Read More

21st Century Cures Act Represents Victory for Behavioral Health

Dec 12th, 2016

A Statement from Stuart Archer, CEO of behavioral health provider Oceans Healthcare and Board Member,National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems “With the U.S. Senate’s vote last week to pass the 21st Century Cures Act, an incredibly important piece of legislation is becoming law. The Cures Act – with provisions that impact aspects of health care from the FDA approval process of... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Abilene Expands to New Location

Dec 1st, 2016

Hospital adds services for children, adolescents while expanding capacity to serve older adults ABILENE, Texas – (Dec. 1, 2016) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Abilene today announced it has expanded operations into a new location, making it one of the most comprehensive behavioral health providers in the West Texas region.  The move will allow Oceans to serve a wider variety of patients including... Read More

The Picture of Behavioral Health in America

Oct 31st, 2016

Recent studies show outpatient mental healthcare is associated with more positive social functioning, and 70-90 percent of patients who get help report reduced symptoms. Since early 2015, Oceans has multiplied access to innovative outpatient services, meaning more and more adults are managing their behavioral health needs with greater independence. We pledge to continue working hard to expand access for our patients. Together,... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Depression Screening Questionnaire

Oct 12th, 2016

Depression is the top cause of disability among adults in high-income countries, increasing the risk of death and decreasing the quality of life for patients and their family members. At Oceans Behavioral Hospital, we are working to address the growing issue of depression in our communities. For our patients, typically older adults and seniors, depression is a common diagnosis. Below you will find the Oceans... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Named to Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest-Growing Companies

Aug 17th, 2016

PLANO, Texas (August 17, 2016) – Oceans Healthcare, a nationally recognized provider of behavioral health services for older adults and seniors, has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America. This list, over the years, has included top-named companies such as Microsoft, Timberland and Zappos.com. “Oceans Healthcare is honored to be included in such an elite... Read More

Dementia or Hospital-Induced Delirium?

Aug 2nd, 2016

One of the complexities related to diagnosing patients presenting symptoms of cognitive decline is that the behavioral markers can mimic many mental disorders, and most commonly impacts the elderly. Commons symptoms that can make diagnosis more challenging include signs of memory impairment, persistent disorientation and rapid shifts in mood. While many disorders can contribute to some or all of these observable... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Among North Texas Fastest-Growing Mid-Size Companies

Jun 7th, 2016

PLANO, Texas (June 7, 2016) – Citing revenue growth from 2013-2015, Oceans Healthcare has been named one of the 50 fastest-growing middle market companies in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal. Known as the Middle Market 50, this annual list includes public and private companies with annual revenues between $25 million and $750 million and is ranked on a weighted... Read More

Mental Health Month: Older Adults and Seniors

May 5th, 2016

Mental Illness touches everyone. One in five adults experience mental illness every year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. May is Mental Health Month, an effort to support those experiencing mental illness, educate the public, advocate for equal care and fight for this year’s theme, Life with a Mental Illness. Each year, millions of Americans live with a mental... Read More

Oceans Healthcare CEO Stuart Archer Joins National Advocacy Organization's Board of Trustees

Mar 30th, 2016

PLANO, Texas (March 30, 2016) – The National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems today announced Stuart Archer, CEO of Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health provider focused primarily on older adults and seniors, has been appointed to the organization’s Board of Trustees. Archer has led Oceans Healthcare since 2014. A skilled executive with extensive expertise in multi-state and multi-site hospital operations, he... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Opelousas Expands Behavioral Health Services

Mar 14th, 2016

Facility opens intensive outpatient program to treat young adults, older adults and seniors living at home OPELOUSAS, La. (January 12, 2016) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Opelousas, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery, today announced the opening of its intensive outpatient program. In this program, the hospital’s team of expert clinicians will provide ongoing outpatient treatment for a... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lufkin Names New Medical Director

Mar 8th, 2016

Rupa Peddireddy, M.D., Named Medical Director of Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lufkin Lufkin, Texas (March 9, 2016) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lufkin, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, today announced the addition of Rupa Peddireddy, M.D., as medical director. In this role, Peddireddy will manage and oversee daily clinical operations and lead the... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lake Charles Growing to Meet Community Need

Mar 8th, 2016

Hospital to expand services for young adults in larger, state-of-the-art facility LAKE CHARLES, La. – (March 8, 2016) – Oceans Behavioral Hospital Lake Charles announced it will expand its services to reach young adults 18 and older and will soon move into a newly renovated, larger facility. The new hospital will continue treating adults and seniors 55 and older, as well... Read More

Depression screening guidelines were 'overdue,' experts say

Feb 4th, 2016

Article written by Heather Caspi and originally appeared in HealthcareDIVE Feb. 3 Following the recently expanded guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which now recommends depression screening for all U.S. adults over the age of 18 as part of routine healthcare, including for pregnant and postpartum women, several experts told Healthcare Dive they agreed it was time. Whether the recommendation will have much... Read More

Antipsychotics, behavior and dementia: A psychiatrist's view

Jan 13th, 2016

Many individuals with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia and their families find the behavioral symptoms—irritability, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, agitation, delusions and hallucinations—to be the most challenging and distressing effects of the disease. Antipsychotic medications, such as risperidone and haloperidol, are often prescribed to dementia patients to treat these symptoms and help them avoid higher levels of care in nursing... Read More

Amerinet, Oceans Healthcare partner to improve supply chain

Dec 18th, 2015

St. Louis (December 17, 2015) - Amerinet Inc., a leading national healthcare solutions organization, today announced a new multi-year primary agreement with Oceans Healthcare for supply chain and healthcare clinical and operational services. Oceans is a nationally recognized behavioral health provider focused on older adults and seniors.“As a growing multi-state, multi-site provider we sought a partner that could support our mission of providing... Read More

9 Tips to Avoid Holiday Depression

Dec 10th, 2015

Holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, but can trigger depression for many. Oceans Behavioral Healthcare, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, recognizes holiday depression is a serious problem that affects many Americans every year.  The holiday season is supposed to be a time of joy but if you’re already... Read More

Oceans Behavioral Hospitals Named Top Performers by The Joint Commission

Nov 19th, 2015

PLANO, Texas (November 17, 2015) – The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States, today recognized six Oceans Healthcare hospitals in Louisiana and Texas as 2014 Top Performers on Key Quality Measures®. Oceans Healthcare is a nationally recognized behavioral health provider focused on healing and long-term recovery. Hospitals recognized in Louisiana include: Oceans Behavioral Hospital Alexandria Oceans... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Recognizes National Mental Illness Awareness Week

Oct 5th, 2015

Approximately 15 Percent of adults age 60 and over suffer from a mental disorder  Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, recognizes Metal Illness Awareness Week Oct. 4 - 10. This week focuses on supporting those experiencing mental illness, educating the public, advocating for equal care and fighting for this... Read More

Oceans Healthcare Joins National Behavioral Health Advocacy Group

Sep 29th, 2015

National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems Advocates for Prevention, Treatment and Care  Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, today announced it has joined the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems. The national advocacy group represents provider systems that are committed to delivery of responsive, accountable and clinically effective prevention,... Read More

 

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