Eleanor Health, a new addiction and mental health services company, has launched its first outpatient clinic in Mooresville, North Carolina. The company plans to open 10 to 15 clinics nationally within the next year.
In a news release announcing the opening, Eleanor Health said it plans to “focus on the complete set of clinical and non-clinical factors to manage the disease and provide both human and high-tech support.” The company will use medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder and other substance use disorders, and provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and individual and group therapy. It will serve patients at its outpatient clinics, as well as in community settings and at home through the implementation of technology and field-based staff.
Eleanor Health is led by CEO and co-founder Corbin Petro, previously the founding CEO and president of Benevera Health. Other members of the founding team include chief medical officer Nzinga Harrison, MD, and Srishti Mirchandani, vice president of growth and operations.