Narcotics Anonymous provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Our name, Narcotics Anonymous, is not meant to imply a focus on any particular drug; NA’s approach makes no distinction between drugs including alcohol.
Eagleville Hospital Board of Directors Announces Gene Ott as the new CEO, Maureen Pollock plans for retirement on July 1, 2019
Effective Monday April 15, 2019, the Board of Directors, with Maureen Pollock, welcomes Eugene Ott to the position of CEO for Eagleville Hospital and Eagleville Foundation.
Eagleville Hospital Hires Internist Anita Sinese to Help Support MAT Initiative
The thought of becoming a doctor didn’t occur to Anita Sinese, DO, until she was finishing college. Though she’d always had an aptitude for the life sciences, she shuddered at the thought of working in a lab.
Jon Lepley Named Eagleville Hospital’s Director of Medicine
Jon Lepley, DO, approaches his work the same way he does most challenging tasks in life: patiently and thoughtfully.
A Proud History of Commitment to Our Patients and Each Other
Eagleville Hospital’s legacy has always been a natural selling point for Denise Hennessey, the hospital’s Clinical Recruitment Manager. After all, few substance use disorder treatment facilities have been around as long as Eagleville.
Wendy Maneval Named Chief Legal Officer
Much of Wendy Maneval’s extensive career has been spent at the forefront of health policy and health law. But the times she feels the most satisfied is when she’s working closely with the people for whom she’s advocating. And so, she describes her recent appointment as Eagleville Hospital’s Chief Legal Officer as “putting me right where I need to be.”
Elizabeth A. Perrong Appointed Vice President of Human Resources for Eagleville Hospital
Elizabeth A. Perrong has been appointed Vice President of Human Resources for Eagleville Hospital. In this position, which Elizabeth assumed in January, she oversees all personnel matters, from recruitment and retention to training and performance management, and, “most importantly,” she says, employee engagement.
Eagleville Hospital – Graduate Profiles
Greg Early has been in recovery for four years, but he’s not disconnected from his former life. In the last few weeks of 2018, four people he knew died of overdoses. Greg sees himself in each one of them.
Tobacco Recovery and Wellness Initiative
There has been much discussion recently surrounding Eagleville Hospital’s intent to become a tobacco-free
campus. I am writing to inform you that this policy will officially take effect on
Monday March 4, 2019
Making the Most of a “Last Shot”
Life has a way of turning up the intensity at the most inconvenient moments. Kerry Morath, who began drinking as a teen, had achieved about six months of sobriety when his father had a stroke. So, Kerry moved in with his parents to help care for his ailing father.