In response to growing concerns about the Coronavirus outbreak, we want to reassure our patients, community partners, and stakeholders of the precautionary measures we, at ReVIDA, have implemented.
Angelee Murray speaks with WBIR – Channel 10 in Knoxville, Tennessee. ReVIDA Recovery Centers has partnered with the TN Chamber groups across the region to discuss opioids in the workplace. The event will be held Thursday, February 21, 2022.
ReVIDA Recovery® Centers CEO Lee Dilworth today announced the addition of Evan Norton as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to ReVIDA, Norton served as a Vice President within Raymond James’ Health Care Investment Banking practice. While at Raymond James, Norton advised on private and public financings as well as M&A transactions totaling over $1.0 billion of enterprise value. Previously, Norton served as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) within Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance practice in Nashville.
ReVIDA Recovery® Centers CEO Lee Dilworth announced today the addition of Zachary Talbott as director of clinical services. In this role, Talbott has been tasked with developing and implementing a comprehensive behavioral health program within ReVIDA’s seven outpatient clinics in Tennessee and Virginia.
On Wednesday, July 17th, 2019, The Cocke County Partnership and community partner organizations celebrated the opening of this clinic and its mission to reclaim lives in Newport and surrounding areas by serving patients with Opioid Use Disorders from pain medication, opioids, heroin and other disorders.
On Wednesday, July 17th, 2019, The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce and community partner organizations celebrated the opening of this clinic and its mission to reclaim lives in Knoxville by serving patients with Opioid Use Disorders from pain medication, opioids, heroin and other disorders.
ReVIDA Recovery® Centers CEO Lee Dilworth today announced a new partnership with Franklin-based 180 Health Partners, a hybrid care provider whose collaborate, relationship-based care model helps opioid-exposed expecting mothers change their life trajectory and deliver healthy babies.
ReVIDA Recovery® Centers provides medication-assisted treatment and behavioral health services to more than 2,000 patients in the Tri-Cities each month. The following are five questions Morris’ answered about her new role and opioid addiction recovery.
ReVIDA Recovery® Centers CEO Lee Dilworth today announced the addition of Amy Morris as Director of Quality and Compliance. Morris will work with ReVIDA’s seven locations in east Tennessee and southwest Virginia to maintain the highest quality of clinical care for treating opioid use disorder.