Palm Point Behavioral Health Hospital in Brevard County Names Thomas Mahle New CEO
By Space Coast Daily // February 14, 2019
BREVARD COUNTY • BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Thomas Mahle, M.S., has been named Chief Executive Officer at Palm Point Behavioral Health Hospital.
Mahle will lead the new 74-bed behavioral health facility that is greatly expanding access to inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment for the region.
Palm Point Behavioral Health Hospital currently offers a full continuum of inpatient services for children and adolescents, and adults using treatment modalities that are innovative and evidence-based.
The hospital offers Outpatient services to meet the needs of the community, and provides inpatient and outpatient services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
VETERAN HEALTHCARE LEADER
Mahle has more than 20 years of leadership experience in the behavioral and acute health sector.
Prior to joining Palm Point, he served as CEO for Aurora Las Encinas Hospital, where he was responsible for the operations of a large Behavioral Hospital in the Pasadena, California area.
Prior to that, Mahle served as Administrative Director for West Palm Hospital/JFK North Campus for HCA, where he was responsible for the operations and financial oversight of an Inpatient Behavioral Hospital serving children, adolescents, adults and seniors and outpatient services within Palm Beach County.
“I am pleased to welcome Thomas to Palm Point Behavioral Health and to the Brevard County community,” said Roz Hudson, Senior Vice President, Behavioral Health Division, Universal Health Services.
“Thomas brings a strong track record of positive patient outcomes, leadership and operational capabilities that will best serve our Hospital. I am confident that Thomas’s expertise will be invaluable in helping us continue in our mission of providing exceptional mental health care to the residents of Titusville and the surrounding area.”
Mahle earned his Master of Science from Old Dominion University and Bachelors of Science from Kings College.
He served in the U.S. Navy as a Hospital Corpsman with the Marine Corps. He has held numerous leadership roles in the community and previously served as a Board of Director for NAMI and Chairman for the Mental Health Association for the Palm Beach Chapter.
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