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McLean Hospital opens first facility outside Massachusetts

March 18, 2015
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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Leading psychiatric and addiction treatment facility McLean Hospital has announced its first expansion outside of Massachusetts, opening the McLean Borden Cottage residential substance use treatment program in Camden, Maine. The program is located on a 14-acre campus and will feature a minimum 30-day stay.

“McLean recognizes the tremendous need for high-quality mental health and substance abuse care and we are continuing to explore opportunities for expanding our programs to different areas of the country,” Philip Levendusky, PhD, McLean's senior vice president for business development and communications, said in a March 17 news release.

McLean, the largest psychiatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School, operates seven locations in Massachusetts. Frederick Goggans, MD, a Harvard lecturer in psychiatry and chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Pen Bay Medical Center, will serve as the new Maine facility's medical director.

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