Timothy A. Miller takes on role as administrator for UF Health Psychiatric Hospital, Florida Recovery Center
Timothy A. Miller, an experienced mental health facility leader, has joined UF Health as administrator for the UF Health Psychiatric Hospital and Florida Recovery Center.
Miller’s first day on the job was Dec. 6.
Miller’s most recent role was as chief executive officer for Palmetto Lowcountry Behavioral Health, a 108-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital in Charleston, South Carolina. He began with the facility in November 2019 as its interim chief executive officer.
He was with Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital from June 2017 until November 2019, starting as its director of risk management and performance improvement and later becoming chief operating officer. Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital is a 105-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital based in Conway, South Carolina.
He worked in numerous states for various companies, including Recovery Innovations, HomeCare Management Corporation and ResCare Home Care.
Miller earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Clarion University in 1987 and a master’s in strategic leadership from Mountain State University in 2010.
The UF Health Psychiatric Hospital is a 81-bed inpatient facility located on an eight-acre campus near the UF Health Springhill medical buildings in the northwest Gainesville area. The Florida Recovery Center has three locations, including its main campus near the intersections of Southwest 13th Street and Williston Road, an inpatient facility at the UF Health Psychiatric Hospital and the UF Health adult psychiatric program at UF Health Springhill.