Center For Behavioral Health Maryland Heights Missouri | Business

Shaun H. Ruff


Center for Behavioral Health-Maryland Heights

Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Center for Behavioral Health-Maryland Heights, will open on 7/13/2022 16 bed Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital employing over 30 people from the fields of nursing and social work.  Our Medical Director is Dr Adam Sky.

The grand opening took place at 11100 Ayrshire Drive, Maryland Heights, MO, off Fee Fee road.  It was attended by the local Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce and many others from the community.  Our parent company is NHC (National Healthcare Corp) which has 5 local skilled nursing/assisted living facilities in the greater St Louis area who all attended.   NHC is in many other states and has over 75 facilities total. Behavioral Health is a new adventure for NHC. They recently took over a location in Osage Beach (16 bed Adult Psychiatric Hospital) and in April opened a 64-bed psychiatric hospital in Knoxville, TN. 

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Sherrie Stafford, our CEO/Administrator is so thrilled to be opening this new hospital and excited for the great turn out for grand opening.

Sherrie is excited about the new jobs their hospital created and hope to have 10-15 more in the future. She stated they will add more nursing and admission positions, soon.  All of which, will greatly impact our local community.

Our facility has been in the making for several years but only completed construction in mid 2022. It is so beautiful and modern and inviting. 

Finally, if you need to make a referral you can go to [email protected]  or contact our

Marketing and Intake Director, Melissa Nuernberger, RN/BSN,  [email protected]      Phone: 314-528-2700 ext 1001

For media inquiries contact Sherrie Stafford, 314-528-2700, ext 1003. [email protected]

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