Rose Hill Center, a psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation facility in Holly, has named Rochelle Rothwell president and CEO.
“After an extensive nationwide search, we are excited that Rochelle Rothwell has accepted the role as Rose Hill Center’s new president and CEO,” says Dan Kelly, chairman and co-founder of the center. “She was the top candidate to lead Rose Hill Center into the next decade with her strong leadership skills, deep knowledge of our mission, and keen experience in fiscal responsibility. We are confident her vision for continued growth will elevate Rose Hill Center for individuals battling serious mental illness.”
Rothwell has experience implementing and improving operational strategies to provide patients with better care in both for-profit and not-for-profit settings. With almost 20 years of leadership experience in health care operations, Rothwell plans to contribute to the nation’s mental illness discussion in an effort to remove stigma and increase access to care.
“I am excited to build on Rose Hill Center’s prominence as one of the nation’s leading residential mental health facilities for adults,” she says. “Our expert staff helps individuals lead meaningful lives, and I am wholeheartedly invested in the center’s mission. I am thrilled to lead Rose Hill Center into 2020 and beyond.”
The center was established in 1992 and serves adults with serious mental illness, offering a residential rehabilitation program designed to help patients manage their symptoms and achieve their highest levels of independence.