Highlights of Burrell Behavioral Health in the news 2020 | Burrell


Highlights of Burrell Behavioral Health in the news 2020

By Burrell Behavioral Health

December 2020 highlight

On telehealth: “We can help our people where they are,” Dr. Garima Singh.

Burrell’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Singh is selected by the Springfield Business Journal as one of 12 people you need to know. Singh talks access to care, autism and psychiatry.

Dr. Garima Singh, Chief Medical Officer

November 2020 highlight

"It makes me feel incredibly supported,” Rebecca Nobles-Jackson said. “Just knowing that Burrell cares not only about our community’s health, but also their associate’s health."

The Be Well Community was created by Burrell Behavioral Health to promote self-care and connection in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was featured on KOMU 8.

Rebecca Nobles-Jackson

October 2020 highlight

“At the very beginning of the pandemic, we all felt a sense of commitment to our employees because the real question you ask yourself, in a business of relationship is: Who is taking care of the caretakers?” – C.J. Davis

C.J. Davis, Burrell’s CEO and president spoke with Missouri Business Alert about Burrell Behavioral Health being honored with an award for kindness to employees.

Burrell’s CEO and president C.J. Davis

September 2020 highlight

One of the myths of suicide is people believe that only folks that have a mental health condition take their life.

C.J. Davis, CEO of Burrell Behavioral Health, shares with OzarksFirst viewers how people can save a life from suicide in honor of Suicide Prevention Month.

August 2020 highlight

Each employee will receive $10,000 to help them complete their Masters in Social Work program

In an effort to grow the behavioral health workforce and support employees seeking advancement Burrell introduces tuition assistance program. Matt Lemmon speaks with KOLR-TV.

Matt Lemmon

July 2020 highlight

“Unfortunately, we cannot plan our crisis…,” - Brandan Gremminger.

Burrell psychologist Brandan Gremminger was interviewed by KY3 about communication options for those experiencing a mental health crisis.

Brandan Gremminger
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