The EarlySense System is a fully integrated patient monitoring supervision platform that provides continuous vital sign and motion information for detox level of care patients.
Laguna Treatment Hospital, which is owned and operated by American Addiction Centers (AAC), is a preeminent dual diagnosis treatment center, providing comprehensive care built on the foundations of research-based therapeutic modalities. In a luxurious, relaxing treatment setting, Laguna Treatment Hospital provides research-based clinical and support services for adults struggling with drug addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Laguna Treatment Hospital offers substance abuse rehabilitation that brings together addiction therapy that is individualized to meet patient needs with an exclusive curriculum, Embracing Change: Recovery for Life. A Joint Commission Accredited Treatment Center, Laguna Treatment Hospital’s continuum of our care is clinically suited for patients who require higher levels of monitoring, supervision, and the schedule of a more structured program.
Bob Hails is an innovative and strategic leader whose experience in behavioral healthcare and addiction services spans more than 25 years. He most recently served as the regional vice president for Signature Healthcare, one of the largest privately held psychiatric hospital companies in the country with locations in California, Illinois, Nevada, Arizona, and Texas. Bob has been a lifelong champion for helping those with addictions and mental illness. It's a personal calling for him because he’s seen first-hand the devastating impact of the disease and the celebration of life that can occur for those who overcome these challenges by getting the proper help.More
Ruqayyah Samia has nine years of experience in the field of marriage and family therapy including specialties in dual diagnosis, couples, families, and children, and three years of experience as a consultant for for-profit agencies, specializing in documentation quality improvement and training programs. She created and copyrighted the "Justification for Level Of Care" or "JLOC" form to increase the number of days authorized by insurance for inpatient and outpatient programs. She also provides clinical training for therapists and case managers. Samia will be awarded her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2018.More
Lawrence V. Tucker, M.D. is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, practicing in pharmacological management of psychiatric disorders including attention deficit disorder, mood disorders, PTSD, anxiety disorders, pregnant females with and without addiction, as well as addictionology, substance and process addiction. Dr. Tucker has also been involved in research involving traumatic brain injuries and Sports Psychiatry, as well as substance abuse. He is a distinguished member of the ASAM, APA, AMA, and International Society of Sports Psychiatry. Dr. Tucker attended UCLA for his undergraduate degree, B.S. in Physiological Sciences. He then attended UCLA School of Medicine for his medical degree and stayed at UCLA for his internship and residency in psychiatry and neurology. He completed one year in child and adolescent psychiatry. Before Dr. Tucker attended UCLA, he served in the United States Marine Corps, Infantry.More
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