JOPLIN, Mo.—A local equine therapy program known for changing the lives of disabled children now hopes to aid veterans, thanks to assistance from Ozark Center. Magic Moments Riding Therapy and Ozark Center, the behavioral health division of Freeman Health System, are partnering with the Wounded Warrior Project to offer equine therapy to area veterans.
Freeman and Ozark Center welcome new chief operating officer
Apr 28, 2014
JOPLIN, Mo.—Mary Parrigon, a 24-year employee with Freeman Health System, has been named chief operating officer for Ozark Center, the behavioral health division of Freeman. During her decades-long tenure, Parrigon has served as chief financial officer, director of support services, accounting supervisor and staff accountant. In her new role, Parrigon will oversee leadership of Ozark Center, identify opportunities for expansion and serve as a liaison for community organizations.