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RCA's newly opened Maryland center features executive component

October 7, 2016
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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Recovery Centers of America (RCA) this week opened its 39-bed Bracebridge Hall treatment facility in Earleville, Md., on a waterfront property that once housed a private hunting and fishing estate. RCA announced that its clinical team at the Maryland facility includes medical director Mark Harris, DO, clinical director Kristine Hitchens, PhD, and nursing director Joyce Bilski, RN.

According to a news release from the growing Northeast and Middle Atlantic treatment organization, Bracebridge Hall's programming will include an executive component that will offer access to technology and other features designed for business leaders who need to stay focused on their work while receiving treatment.

Other aspects of the facility's programming will include peer recovery support services, music and art therapy, and personal fitness training, according to RCA.

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