BayPointe Leadership Team

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Renee Presley
Director of Nursing

Renee Presley, RN, joined EastPointe Hospital as the director of nursing in 2013, and began supervising the BayPointe Hospital nursing staff in 2016. She has 29 years' experience in critical care, home health, long-term care, legal consulting, and mental health. Before joining AltaPointe, she served as nurse manager of the psychiatric inpatient unit at the Biloxi VA Hospital and was the director of nursing and director of planning and quality improvement at Alabama's Searcy State Psychiatric Hospital. Presley earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a double master’s degree in adult health and administration from the University of Mobile.

Nicolette Harvey
Assistant Director, BayPointe Hospital

Nicolette Harvey joined AltaPointe Health in 2014 as a hospital coordinator and most recently served as coordinator of substance abuse services. Harvey was promoted to assistant director of BayPointe Hospital in 2017.  She and her family relocated from New Orleans where she served as a clinical director for 2 residential treatment facilities. Harvey earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Auburn University and a master’s degree in social work from Florida State University. She is an LICSW in the state of Alabama.

Jarrett Crum
Chief Hospital Officer

Jarrett Crum, MSW, is the Chief Hospital Officer. Crum returns to AltaPointe after having served as CEO of Lighthouse Care Center of Augusta, GA, a 79-bed children’s acute psychiatric hospital and residential treatment facility.  His previous employment with AltaPointe was as administrator during the opening of EastPointe Hospital. Crum received an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Alabama and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Southern Mississippi.  He previously worked at Mobile Infirmary Medical Center (MIMC) for more than 15 years. During his tenure at MIMC, Crum served as team leader of the psychiatric case management department where he oversaw utilization management, social services/discharge planning and community marketing. He also helped develop the Infirmary Hospice Care organization and received the Infirmary Health System “Leader of the Quarter” award. Crum has been an active participant in the Alabama Hospital Association-Psychiatric Constituency and was recognized as the Outstanding Service Chairman in August 2012.