HOUSTON, Jan. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of Sacred Oak Medical Center, a behavioral health and addictionrecovery center in Houston, Texas, announced today that it has terminated its business relationship with RedShift Healthcare Management, LLC, effective immediately.
This action includes the Board's acceptance
Speaking for the Board, J. Kevin Munz said, "Sacred Oak had previously taken steps to minimize Mr. Bomer's involvement and had reassigned the remaining, peripheral duties performed by RedShift to our in-house operations team. Today's announcement simply formalizes an internal restructuring which was already in place. Our care and service to Sacred Oak's patients and their families will continue without interruption."
About Sacred Oak Medical Center
Sacred Oak Medical Center in Houston, Texas is a fully-accredited hospital offering a full range of behavioral health and chemical dependency programs administered by licensed professionals.
An elite, seasoned team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists, and behavioral health specialists make compassionate care a priority and the restoration of their client's physical and mental health their touchstone.
For troubled adults and their families, and those spiritual, medical, and mental health advisors seeking a solution-oriented destination for these referrals, Sacred Oak Medical Center offers accessible diagnostic and treatment options with complete confidentiality. Additional information is available at www.SacredOakMedical.com.
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