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Orange Regional Medical Center Receives Corporate Bell Award From the Mental Health Association of Orange County

March 5, 2013

Middletown, NY- Orange Regional Medical Center accepted the 2013 Corporate Bell Award presented by the Mental Health Association (MHA) of Orange County, Inc. Scott Batulis, President & CEO of Orange Regional accepted the award on the Hospital’s behalf.

Orange Regional and the MHA have a long history of providing needed mental health services to the community such as the MHA’s Family Support Program and the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI); a partnership with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office to create the County’s first Sexual Assault Examiners (SANE) Program; as well as a partnership with the MHA and the Orange County Department of Mental Health to provide the Jeanne E. Jonas Professional Development Symposium and the Frank W. Masterson Memorial Banquet.

“We are honored to be the recipient of the Corporate Bell Award. Orange Regional is proud to partner with an organization that finds it just as important as we do to deliver the very best services and care to our community,” says Orange Regional’s President & CEO Scott Batulis.

For more information on Behavioral Health Services at Orange Regional Medical Center, visit www.ormc.org.

About Behavioral Health Services at Orange Regional Medical Center
As a recognized leader in behavioral health services, Orange Regional Medical Center’s behavioral health team provides outpatient clinical services, treatments and counseling to patients and their families to successfully manage and overcome mental health illnesses. Licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health Services and fully accredited by The Joint Commission, we maintain a comprehensive series of programs. Our services are designed for children, adolescents and adults with behavioral, emotional and mental health needs. Treatments are provided by licensed professional adult and child psychiatrists and clinical social workers. Therapy services are offered on an individual basis as well as for couples and families.


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