Chisolm Named to AHA Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Council
Troy Chisolm, President, Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital, has been named to a three-year term on the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Section Governing Council for Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Services.
As a member of the 17-person governing council, he will work with the AHA to identify ways to define and focus AHA policy, advocacy and member resources to improve the quality, efficiency, and delivery of psychiatric and substance abuse services. The section represents more than 1,300 providers working in hospitals, clinics and other venues across the nation.
Chisolm joined Cone Health in 2007 as President of Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital. He leads 250 behavioral healthcare professionals in providing care to adults and adolescents at Behavioral Health Hospital and satellite offices in Reidsville and Kernersville.
“Cone Health strives to be a national leader in the delivery of healthcare,” Chisolm says. “I look forward to shaping the discussions on mental health and substance abuse policy. Our work will influence the way people with mental illness and substance abuse issues are cared for years into the future.”
Chisolm earned a master's degree in healthcare administration from Seton Hall University and a bachelor of science degree in microbiology from Howard University.
He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the boards of the Mental Health Association of Greensboro, Youth Focus and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University School of Education.