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New CEO joins Red River Hospital

July 12, 2011
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Wichita Falls, Texas -- Haven Behavioral Healthcare's Red River Hospital, an inpatient treatment facility for psychiatric illness and chemical dependency, has announced it has named Robert E. Mansfield as the new chief executive officer (CEO).

Mansfield has more than 16 years of senior healthcare management experience. Most recently, Mansfield served as CEO of Arbour-Fuller Hospital in S. Attleboro, Mass.

"I'm very excited to join Red River Hospital," said Mansfield. "I'm proud to be a part of this great facility dedicated to the unique and special needs of the behavioral health community of Wichita Falls and surrounding areas."

Mansfield has a Bachelor of Social Work from Southern Vermont College in Bennington, Vt., and a Masters of Management from Cambridge College in Cambridge, Mass.

Red River Hospital has been a leader in behavioral healthcare for more than 40 years. The inpatient facility has 66 acute beds dedicated to the treatment of behavioral and chemical dependency issues.

The hospital also provides crisis stabilization services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors. The staff is committed to the continuous improvement of behavioral healthcare by providing treatment options that promote the patient, family and community wellness.

"Our team genuinely cares for our patients and their families that are experiencing mental health and chemical dependency problems," adds Mansfield. "We will continue to provide clinical excellence to all our patients. Our goal is to focus on the individual needs of each patient in a caring and compassionate manner."

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