North Tampa Behavioral Health Announces Leadership Changes
Facility welcomes new CEO and director of human resources
WESLEY CHAPEL, Florida (March 5, 2020) – North Tampa Behavioral Health (NTBH) is proud to recognize the newly appointed leadership that have started at their facility as of December 2019. NTBH is confident that these accomplished leaders will play a large role in their success in the behavioral health industry in the coming years.
CEO Clint Hauger has more than five years of experience as a behavioral health executive, having spent the last five years as the CEO of Palmetto Lowcountry Behavioral Health in Charleston, South Carolina. His prior experience also includes serving as the COO of Behavioral Hospital of Bellaire in Houston, Texas. Clint’s vision is to transform NTBH into the preferred behavioral healthcare provider that the greater Tampa community knows, trusts, and recommends for their clients, friends, and families. Clint is also a U.S. Army veteran.
As of December 2019, NTBH also selected Lorenzo Rivera as the new director of human resources. Lorenzo previously served as the manager of human resources at Belmont Behavioral Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lorenzo has more than eight years of experience as a human resources professional in behavioral healthcare.
North Tampa Behavioral Health is pleased with the skills and experience of the new leadership team that will guide this facility into a brighter future serving others.
About North Tampa Behavioral Health
North Tampa Behavioral Health provides adults and seniors with high-quality inpatient treatment for mental health concerns and co-occurring addiction. NTBH also offers community-based services, including an intensive outpatient program (IOP), a partial hospitalization program (PHP), and a mobile assessment team, to address the unique treatment needs of individuals across the continuum of care.
The C.O.R.E. program at NTBH connects active-duty service members and veterans with targeted care for symptoms of PTSD, trauma, addiction, and other mental health concerns.