Franklin, Tennessee-based behavioral health provider organization Acadia Healthcare (Acadia) recently fired its CEO, Joey Jacobs. Taking his place will be Debra Osteen, who served as the former president of Universal Health Services’ behavioral health division.
Acadia cited its desires to accelerate momentum and drive value creation as the primary reasons for its decision. Jacobs was appointed as Acadia’s chairman and CEO in 2011, and served in those positions up until the organization’s recent decision.
Based in Franklin, Tennessee, Acadia Healthcare provides behavioral health and addiction disorder services to consumers in a variety of settings, including inpatient psychiatric hospitals, specialty treatment facilities, residential treatment centers, and outpatient clinics. Acadia operates a network of over 584 facilities with over 17,800 beds across the United States, United Kingdom, and Puerto Rico.
This was reported by Modern Healthcare on December 17, 2018.
Contact Information: Acadia Corporate Headquarters, 6100 Tower Circle, Suite 1000, Franklin, Tennessee 37067; (615) 861-6000; Website: www.acadiahealthcare.com