Gilbert’s first behavioral hospital opens

Cutting the ribbon for Gilbert’s first behavioral health hospital were, from left, Copper Springs Market CEO Jessica Black, Copper East CEO Beckie Shauinger, parent company Springstone CEO Phil Spencer and Gilbert Chamber of Commerce Chairman Kevin DeRosa.
Pablo Robles/GSN Staff Photographer

By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News

Gilbert’s first in-patient behavioral health hospital with 72 beds is now open for business – seven years after it failed in its initial attempts to locate in the community.

Company officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Monday for Copper Springs East at the northeast corner of Melrose and Rome streets, south of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center.

“We know we can make a difference with our new facility here in Gilbert,” said Matt Flynn, CCO of parent company Springstone in Kentucky. “I know lives will be saved.”

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