letter from the ceo
Dear Patients, Families and Friends:
Welcome to Rolling Hills Hospital.
It is our belief that quality mental health is essential to leading a healthy life and to the development and realization of every person’s full potential. All of us at Rolling Hills Hospital are proud of our contribution to helping individuals with psychiatric illness lead fulfilling and productive lives.
As a progressive acute care hospital, I believe our greatest asset is our adaptability and specialty mental health services. With a comprehensive continuum of care, treating individuals on an inpatient and outpatient basis, our hospital remains strategically positioned for serving those that need our care most. We are passionate about promoting Mental Health Awareness while delivering the services that directly improve wellbeing. Here at Rolling Hills; we truly have dedicated and highly credentialed professionals who excel in, what we refer to, as the ’Art of Caring’.
As we approach our 5 year anniversary as Williamson County’s only free standing psychiatric facility, we remain proud of our clinical reputation and focused on the achievements ahead.

Richard Clark

Richard has worked in healthcare administration roles for over 15 years. Prior to that, he practiced as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. Richard has been a Chief Nursing Officer in both the Mental Health and Acute Hospital arena and is heavily focused on promoting the patient care experience and service excellence. In 2004, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, and in the same year was promoted to Chief Executive Officer at Columbus Behavioral Center in Columbus, Indiana. Prior to joining Rolling Hills, Richard was CEO of Poplar Springs Hospital in Petersburg, Virginia.

Richard has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier, New Zealand and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Management from Webster University, St. Louis.