Wednesday, July 17, 2024


Hall-Brooke CEO Fahey Resigns

Stephen P. Fahey has resigned as president and chief executive officer of Westport’s Hall-Brooke Behavorial Health Services after seven years to take over as CEO at the Deaf Academy, LLC, (NDA) in Mount Dora, Fla., an announcement said. Image
Stephen P. Fahey: resigns after seven years. Contributed photo

During his tenure at Hall-Brooke, Fahey was instrumental in the purchase of Hall-Brooke by St. Vincent’s Health Services of Bridgeport, the construction of the new state-of-the-art facility and the affiliation of Hall-Brooke with Columbia University’s College of Physician and Surgeon’s Department of Psychiatry. 

“Steve Fahey has truly built this organization from the ground floor and has been instrumental in positively changing the perception of Hall-Brooke among the behavioral health community,” said Susan L. Davis, president/CEO of St. Vincent’s Health Services. “His contributions will be long remembered and we congratulate and wish him well on his new and exciting opportunity.”

Davis said a national search is underway for a new CEO.  In the meantime, Dr. Stewart Levine, interim medical director and Joyce Platz, director of regulatory compliance and community residential services, will serve as Hall-Brooke’s interim CEOs. 

The National Deaf Academy is a privately owned, 84-bed residential treatment center designed exclusively for the treatment of deaf and hard of hearing children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of psychiatric and behavioral problems.

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