Williamsburg Place, VA (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place, recognized nationally for its successful programs designed to treat addiction, has announced the appointment of Dr. John Colaluca as Medical Director. This leadership position will help oversee the medical policies and procedures at the center to ensure the highest level of care for patients.
“At our core, we are committed to the advancement of addiction treatment and the lifelong recovery of our patients,” stated Don McCourtney, Executive Director. “Dr. Colaluca embodies that exact spirit and we are incredibly excited to have him join us in that mission.”
Dr. Colaluca is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 1994 and has practiced addiction medicine at Palmetto since 2002. Dr. Colaluca’s background is in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. He is certified in Addiction Medicine through the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the American Board of Addiction Medicine.
In December of 2011, Dr. Colaluca was certified by the Medical Review Office Certification Council. MROCC is an independent physician-based certifying body which conducts an extensive application process and written examination to identify licensed physicians with the highest professional standards of medical expertise and practical skills necessary to evaluate drug and alcohol test results in public and private sectors of the workplace.
“The reputation of the Farley Center is what drew my interest to this position. There is something very special about the feeling you get once you step foot on campus,” said Dr. Colaluca. “There is an unmistakable culture of positivity that is felt by both the staff and the patients. In an instant you understand why people come from all over the country to be treated here.”
About the Farley Center at Williamsburg Place
The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place is a leading addiction treatment program known nationally for its work in treating individuals with substance use disorders. The center offers intensive, in-depth psychotherapeutic treatment, safe detoxification, as well as educational and experiential approaches to assist people transition into recovery. The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place has been featured on "The Early Show" and "Good Morning America", in The New York Times, and other national media outlets.
For more information, please visit http://www.farleycenter.com.