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Oceans Healthcare CEO Stuart Archer Testifies Before U.S. House of Representatives Committee
Oceans Healthcare’s CEO Stuart Archer recently spoke to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce about challenges facing behavioral health providers – the lasting effects of COVID-19, the nation’s border challenges, rising fentanyl-related deaths and our country’s worsening mental health epidemic. Archer shared his insights into public health solutions needed to address the industry’s staffing challenges and ways resources and partnerships can increase access to care.
Women, it’s time to prioritize your mental health
As we honor Women’s History Month, we encourage women to prioritize their health and well-being. Biloxi Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Sarah Hornby shared her insights into mental health risk factors affecting women and tips for putting wellness needs first in this Gulf Coast Woman Magazine article.
The mind-heart connection may be stronger than you realize
American Heart Month is the perfect time to prioritize heart health and learn how it impacts overall wellness. Read this Gulf Coast Woman Magazine column from Biloxi Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Sarah Hornby about the connection between the heart and mental health.
Small steps can have a big impact on your mental health in 2023
Biloxi Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Sarah Hornby shares five simple mental health strategies to try for a happier and healthier 2023. Read these tips in Gulf Coast Woman Magazine.
‘It’s okay to ask for help’: Dealing with seasonal depression and grief during the holidays
The holidays are usually filled with joy and time with loved ones, but they can be triggering for individuals experiencing loss. Grief and seasonal affective disorder can combine to make the holiday season difficult. Oceans Behavioral Hospital Abilene Administrator Stacey Sanford spoke with KTAB-TV News about coping with depression during this time of year.
Struggling with loss this season? You’re not alone
Oceans Behavioral Hospital Biloxi Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Sarah Hornby recently shared strategies for coping with loss during the holidays in Gulf Coast Woman Magazine. Read Sarah’s insights below and see the issue online here.
Keys to Success in Behavioral Health Acute Care Joint Partnerships
Oceans Healthcare and Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport spoke with HealthLeaders Media about its behavioral health acute care joint partnerships strategy to improve access to services.
Stuart Archer named D CEO 2021 Outstanding Healthcare Executive
Oceans CEO Stuart Archer is D CEO Magazine’s 2021 Outstanding Healthcare Executive! The award recognizes innovation and collaboration in the healthcare industry. Archer has accepted this award on behalf of the company’s frontline workers whose dedication and grace in the face of the pandemic have allowed Oceans to continue providing patient centered, compassionate care across the southeast.
Growing and Serving
Learn how Oceans’ unique model helps bring behavioral health resources to underserved communities.