New Medical Center to Open on Caron Campus, Transformative Role
Addiction Treatment Industry Newswire

10/30/2017 - ATIN - A top notch new medical model addiction care center, opening in December, is set not only to transform the look of Caron's Pennsylvania home campus but also its approach to treatment, acording to CEO Doug Tieman.

The Carol and Ray Neag Medical Center is named after a couple with a long philanthropic history at Caron, They contributed just slightly more than $5M for the namesake medical facility, the largest gift in the non-profit's history. Tieman says he expects the $15M facility will put Caron on the leading edge of efforts throughout the industry to offer more than just spiritual solutions to addiction, moving to boost outcomes by innovating clinically through medicine.

Caron's program for seniors is already arguably the leading such program in the nation, but the older adult program - 65 and up - will get a major boost as it moves into the Neag Center. By necessity and for iobvious reasons, seniors require as their baseline a much higher degree of medical interventions. Few if any other seniors programs will have what the new Carole and Ray Neag center has to offer.

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Comments (0)Add Comment

Write comment
smaller | bigger


Recent Print Issue: Sept 2015 | Subscribe Now!

Special Report
Austin's MAP Looking to Future
andValue-Based Compensation
Growth Through Licensing

On the Cover: Jacob Levinson
Founder, CEO MAP

Click here to read the digital
print edition of TM.

Follow Treatment Magazine on Twitter!
Become a fan of Treatment Magazine on Facebook!