Acadia Healthcare Partners with Bronson Healthcare to Build New Hospital in Michigan


On Wednesday, 30th June 2021, the companies Acadia Healthcare and Bronson Healthcare announce, they have successfully formed a joint venture for the purpose of building a behavioral health facility, which will have 96 beds in the region of Battle Creek, Michigan, US.

Together Both, Acadia Healthcare and Bronson Healthcare are going to construct, develop and operate the single-story healthcare facility on a 25-care site, announced previously at M-66 and Glenn Cross Road in the region of Battle Creek.

Bill Manns, President and CEO of Bronson Healthcare said, they have chosen to develop their behavioral hospital with the Acadia Healthcare as their strategic partner because, Acadia Healthcare have deep knowledge of the industry and their expertise in the development and operation of the impatient behavioral health services.

Debbie Osteen, chief executive officer of Acadia Healthcare said, the Acadia Healthcare is very proud for partnering with the Bronson Healthcare, which have the leading health system in the region for better providing all of the life-saving services to the people and their families living in the southwest region of Michigan.

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The new hospital is going to be representing an approximate investment of 35 million dollars, that is responsible in addressing the continuously growing need in the region of southwest Michigan for the high quality and more accessible behavioral health services. The new healthcare facility is going to be responsible in offering a complete continuum of the impatient behavioral healthcare for all the adults in the region, that includes the comprehensive treatment of those people, who are suffering with the acute symptoms of several mental heath disorders like depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder  (PTSD).