Hargus brings more than 25 years experience in healthcare administration
June 4, 2012 – Mason, OH – The Frances and Craig Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the hiring of Rogher Hargus, BSW, MSSA, as Program Director of the Center’s Sibcy House Unit, which offers a nationally recognized comprehensive diagnostic assessment and short term-residential treatment on a private-pay basis. As program director, Hargus is responsible for programming, administrative duties and clinical staff who provide care to Sibcy House residents.
Hargus has more than 25 years in healthcare administration, most of which was spent in behavioral health. In his experience, he served as clinical director of a 126-bed child and adolescent psychiatric long term hospital in Florida, he managed the day to day operations of a 100 bed adult facility with over 200 employees in Kentucky, and served as behavioral health director of a 74-bed acute care inpatient program for adults and adolescents in Missouri. In total, Hargus’ experience shows success in planning, developing and managing behavioral health hospitals, departments, residential programs and large outpatient programs, including services for youth, adults and seniors for behavioral and dually diagnosed clients.
His leadership style and philosophy is interactive/participatory, placing emphasis on relationships with clients, including patients, staff, psychiatrists, administrators, board members and referral sources. He strongly supports high quality customer service delivery in a respectful patient-centered environment.
About Lindner Center of HOPE: A state-of-the-science, free-standing mental health center and charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers, the Center provides psychiatric hospitalization for individuals age 12-years-old and older, outpatient services for all ages, research, comprehensive assessment and residential services. The Center’s clinicians are ranked among the best providers locally, nationally and internationally.
Contact: Jennifer Pierson