Sierra Tucson Announces the Appointment of a New Chief Executive Officer


TUCSON, Ariz. (Dec. 4, 2017) – Sierra Tucson, an internationally renowned leader in behavioral and mental health care, announces the promotion of Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC, to chief executive officer.

Previously, Vinck served as chief clinical officer after joining Sierra Tucson in 2014, and was promoted to chief operations officer in 2015, where she led several strategic operational initiatives. Vinck is an integral part of the Sierra Tucson community, overseeing the design and implementation for all treatment programs.

In her new role, Vinck is responsible for clinical oversight and supervision of all treatment programs, as well as strategic planning for facility and program expansion. She will continue to oversee key endeavors like Connect365—Sierra Tucson’s signature continuing care service—and new operational implementations with   customer service training.

“Jaime has demonstrated a proven track record of success in improving clinical quality and advancing specialized treatment services,” said Joe Tinervin, division president of Acadia Healthcare. “We are confident that Sierra Tucson will carry on its 33-year legacy of providing excellence in the field of integrative behavioral health under her leadership.” 

Prior to joining Sierra Tucson, Vinck’s professional career included working as an outpatient services director and corporate clinical director at Journey Healing Centers. In addition to her experience in the healthcare community Vinck had a successful career in human resource management with Chrysler Corporation in Detroit, Michigan and Omnipoint Communications in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey.

The time spent at Sierra Tucson was the true beginning of my journey. Not only did I overcome my addictions, but I began to focus on the root causes that created my compulsions. I understand myself so much better now.

– Anonymous Client
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