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Robert J. Lagrou, DO

Medical Director, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, Bloomfield Township, Michigan

Robert Lagrou D.O. is the medical director for inpatient behavioral health services at Henry Ford Health System. He is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medication and completed his general psychiatry residency at Henry Ford Health System. He went on to complete a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. Dr. Lagrou is board certified in Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Addiction Medicine. He has been an active member of the Michigan Army National Guard where he serves as the Chief Behavioral Health Officer, in addition, to serving one tour in Iraq in 2011.

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Lisa Perna, CNP

Nurse Practioner, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan



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Philip Gilly, MD

Senior Staff Addictionologist, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan

presenter photoPhilip A. Gilly, MD, FAAFP Addictionologist, Henry Ford Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan Dr. Gilly received his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He attended New York University School of Medicine and completed Family Practice residency at St. Paul Hospital, Dallas, Texas. He is board certified in Family Medicine since 1985 and in Addiction Medicine since 2010. Dr. Gilly practiced office-based primary care for over 20 years before transitioning in 2007 to addiction medicine full-time. He joined the Behavioral Health Services division of the Henry Ford Health System in 2011 and was appointed to the faculty of Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2014 as clinical assistant professor. He is passionate about teaching the medical model and the biopsychosocial approach, through staff inservices, residency lectures, and rotations with medical students, residents and fellows. Dr. Gilly has always been a collector of Inspirational, Motivational, and Educational aphorisms, which he recently published as Thought for the Day, a Perpetual Calendar that offers an annotated quote for every day of the year.

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Elizabeth Bulat, MD

Addiction Medicine Physician, Henry Ford Maplegrove Center, Henry Ford Health System, White Lake, Michigan

Elizabeth Bulat, MD is part of the Senior Staff at Henry Ford Maplegrove Center as an addiction medicine physician. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and completed a Fellowshp in Addiction Medicine at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor. She also is teaching faculty for Henry Ford's Psychiatry Program partcipating in the addiction psychiatry elective.

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Tom Ghena, MSW

Hospital Administrator, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan



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Richard Frankhart, BSW, MSA

Manager, Support Services, Brighton Center for Recovery, Brighton, Michigan

presenter photoRichard Frankhart has served in a variety of administrative capacities in the healthcare industry throughout his career. He has held leadership positions in the areas of program operations, human resources, business and program development, and strategic planning. Since 1998 Richard has worked in the field of substance use disorders, including Program Director responsibilities for the contracted agent of Michigan's Health Professional Recovery Program and the Peer Assitance Network for Nurses in the State of Illinois. He joined the staff of Brighton Center for Recovery in Brighton, Michigan in 2009. BCR is a 99-bed inpatient alcohol and drug treatment facility and is also home to two 16-bed halfway houses. BCR is the second oldest facility in the United States that is dedicated to the treatment of substance use disorders and the oldest program of its kind in the state of Michigan. Richard has delivered presentations to state, national and international conferences on topics related to working with impaired health care professionals. He is the father of two wonderful daughters, Clare and Kathleen, and resides in the Ann Arbor area with Gina, his wife of 33 years. Richard is honored to present to the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

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Focus Session Track

Going Smokefree: Implementation of a Tobacco Free Treatment Program

4/25/2015

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: Governors Ballroom D, Fourth Floor

Organizer (Presenting)(s):

Robert J. Lagrou, DO

Medical Director, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, Bloomfield Township, Michigan

Author (Not Presenting)(s):

Lisa Perna, CNP

Nurse Practioner, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan

Presenter(s):

Philip Gilly, MD

Senior Staff Addictionologist, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan

Elizabeth Bulat, MD

Addiction Medicine Physician, Henry Ford Maplegrove Center, Henry Ford Health System, White Lake, Michigan

Tom Ghena, MSW

Hospital Administrator, Henry Ford Health System Maplegrove Center, West Bloomfield, Michigan

Richard Frankhart, BSW, MSA

Manager, Support Services, Brighton Center for Recovery, Brighton, Michigan

In 2011, SAMHSA published an advisory introducing the concept of creating tobacco free treatment environments. Despite this, many institutions have been slow to implement nicotine and smoke free treatment environments for patient with substance abuse disorders and to offer comprehensive smoking cessation programming. Smoking rates among patients receiving substance abuse treatment is almost triple that of the general population making it a significant comorbidity among this patient population.This presentation aims to guide attendees through the process of creating tobacco free treatment programs by following a unique partnership between competing institutions. Henry Ford Health System’s Maplegrove Center and St. John Providence Health System’s Brighton Center for Recovery cooperated to create tobacco free treatment centers in coordinated fashion. At the end of the session, attendees should be able to describe the research supporting substance abuse center moving towards tobacco free policies and have tools to initiate their own programs.