Corporate Overview

CarePointe-PresentationAltaPointe Health is more than a community mental health center; we are Alabama’s largest and most comprehensive behavioral healthcare and psychiatric hospital system and the second largest in the southeastern US serving Mobile, Baldwin, and Washington counties in south Alabama and Clay, Coosa, Randolph, and Talladega counties to the north.

Individuals in need of mental health and addiction services face many challenges in their everyday lives. Receiving quality care and assistance in achieving recovery and better health should not be an added obstacle for them. At AltaPointe, our professionals work diligently to help our patients conquer challenges and overcome obstacles that may hamper them from recovering.

AltaPointe has been and continues to be the catalyst in transforming mental health into the mainstream of integrated healthcare in our region. To solidify our place in the regional healthcare network, we collaborate with educational, law enforcement and other healthcare and community-based mental health partners to create more services and make them more available and accessible to those who need them the most.

Tuerk Schlesinger, AltaPointe Health CEO, recaps the events of 2017 and shares the corporate vision for the upcoming year during the Annual Meeting.

To make this possible, AltaPointe has recruited the brightest professional, medical and leadership staff with state-of-the art technology, adherence to the highest clinical standards of care and sound business principles. As a result, the people we serve receive the highest quality care in a seamless continuum of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings.

AltaPointe adheres to the highest clinical standards of care and sound business principles as exhibited by our professional and medical credentials. AltaPointe is accredited by The Joint Commission. In addition, our outpatient and residential services are certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, and our two psychiatric hospitals are licensed by the Alabama Department of Public Health.

Wherever possible, AltaPointe utilizes evidence-based practices in clinical care such as those endorsed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, SAMHSA, and The National Council for Behavioral Health.

Julie Bellcase and Larry Jackson at Annual MeetingOur administrative, clinical and medical teams are committed to expanding services to meet community needs that improve the quality of life for everyone we serve.

Medical-Checkup

AltaPointe’s medical staff members include 19 psychiatrists, 14 psychiatric certified registered nurse practitioners (CRNP),20 psychiatric residents and fellows, 1 primary care physician, 2 primary care certified registered nurse practitioners. We also employ more than 450 licensed and certified behavioral and clinical healthcare professionals who provide the highest quality services.

Today, AltaPointe employs a total of 1,450 clinical and non-clinical staff members who serve approximately 34,000 children, adolescents, and adults annually.