Rogers Behavioral Health to open four clinics in 2019

Planned for Miami, St. Paul, San Diego and L.A.

Rogers Behavioral Health System's campus on Valley Road in Oconomowoc.

Rogers Behavioral Health System Inc. plans to open four new clinics in 2019, continuing the Oconomowoc-based health system’s expansion outside of Wisconsin.

Rogers Behavioral Health System’s campus on Valley Road in Oconomowoc.

The behavioral health provider is scheduled to launch locations in Miami, St. Paul, San Diego and Los Angeles next year.

It continues Rogers’ national growth strategy in recent years. Next week, the health system will open another new clinic in Hinsdale, Illinois, the system’s second Chicago-area location. The clinic will provide treatment options for children, teens, and adults struggling with addiction and a co-occurring mental health disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder.

Since 2014, Rogers has opened new outpatient centers in Nashville, Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Skokie (Illinois) and Tampa. The system operates three behavioral health hospitals, nine residential programs and six outpatient centers in Wisconsin.

Opening regional centers across the country allows Rogers to serve patients who are transitioning back to their home communities after receiving residential care in Wisconsin, as well as patients who can be served in an outpatient setting.

The new outpatient Miami clinic, set to open in February 2019, will provide treatment options for children, teens and adults challenged by obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. Partial hospitalization programs will be available for adults, adolescents and children, and intensive outpatient programs will be added after it opens. Rogers said it will offer bilingual treatment in English and Spanish, as well as culturally-competent care.

“The need in South Florida is great for the type of specialized behavioral health services we offer,” said Pat Hammer, CEO and president of Rogers Behavioral Health. “Offering more convenient access to this type of care as a complement to existing local services really makes a difference for the people we serve.”

The St. Paul and San Diego clinics are expected to open in spring 2019.

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Lauren Anderson is an associate editor and covers health care, nonprofits and education for BizTimes. Lauren previously reported on education for the Waukesha Freeman. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied journalism.

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