South Sound Behavioral Hospital, a leader in behavioral health care in The South Sound, announced that Terrance “TJ” O’Reilly has been named Chief Executive Officer.
O’Reilly’s appointment is a clear reflection of the hospitals’ current state: ready to take on the future in behavioral health and focused to provide the best patient care for the community. South Sound Behavioral Hospital is poised for significant expansion in treatment offerings and excited that TJ’s unique experience in developing effective programming will help the community receive quality care.
O’Reilly served as Chief Executive Officer of Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, located in DeSoto, Texas, and has more than ten years of senior management experience, holding executive leadership roles at Haven Behavioral Hospital of Frisco and multiple Universal Health Services “UHS” residential treatment centers. During which time, O’Reilly focused on improving patient satisfaction, implementing programming, and improving quality compliance.
O’Reilly also served on the Dallas Behavioral Health Leadership Team, the DeSoto Economic Recovery Advisory Task Force, and the North Star Collaborative.
“Our goal is to teach out patients the skills needed to maintain a healthy productive life through our Trauma Informed Care Programming”, said O’Reilly.
As CEO, O’Reilly will lead South Sound Behavioral Hospital’s efforts to be a community partner, provide quality patient-centered care, and improve the well-being of each client served.
O’Reilly obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Montana in 1999. He became licensed as a registered nurse in 2011. O’Reilly went on to complete his Master’s in Business Administration from Franklin University in 2013.