Courtesy Fellowship Hall.
Article Written By Fellowship Hall Staff
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Fellowship Hall, one of the nation's leading substance abuse treatment centers, has named Brad Marino as its new President and CEO. Marino, who has nearly 20 years of executive healthcare leadership, will oversee Fellowship Hall and its operations, effective immediately.
Before joining Fellowship Hall, Marino was the Vice President of Surgical Services and Physicians Network for Stanly Regional Medical Center in Albemarle, NC. Before that he served in Pittsburgh, PA as Vice President of Operations for West Penn Allegheny Health System, Vice President of Business Development & Professional Services for Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, and Executive Administrator over the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. A native of Natrona Heights, PA, Marino holds a Master's degree in Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh and is Board Certified in healthcare administration as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
"We conducted a national search for this crucial position and did not fill it until we were confident we had the exact right person for the job," commented Fellowship Hall's Chairman of the Board of Directors, Clyde White. "With his character, track record, expertise, healthcare and administration background, we are confident that we found the ideal candidate. On behalf of the board and staff, we are delighted to have Brad join our team and lead our mission."
Fellowship Hall is a private, not-for-profit alcohol and drug treatment facility located in Greensboro, NC. Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, Fellowship Hall offers inpatient care, detoxification, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, family programming, extended treatment, and structured living. It has treated tens of thousands of men, women and young adults and is one of the most respected and successful treatment facilities in the country. It employs the Twelve-Step philosophy to help its guests in treatment understand and cope with their disease and learn to live a happy and productive life without drugs or alcohol.
The state-of-the-art facility also serves as a training ground for psychiatric residents and other medical professionals who come there to learn about addiction management and care.
"Opportunities to lead such an impressive organization with an incredible record of saving lives, relationships and careers do not come along often. I am excited to work with a passionate staff and board to continuously improve the quality services provided by Fellowship Hall," added Marino.
Alcohol and drug abuse are significant problems worldwide. Fellowship Hall is dedicated to providing answers, hope and a new life for those who suffer from the terrible disease of addiction. As those who have successfully gone through treatment there will attest, it is in the business of saving lives.