At Holly Hill Hospital, we know that it’s our people who make the difference in the lives of our patients. Each of our team members, from mental health technicians and nurses to doctors and therapists, has the devotion and training to serve our patients with dignity and excellence.
The heart of our team shows their passion and dedication to the recovery process both inside and outside the walls of Holly Hill. All of our psychiatrists have shared their knowledge with others as teachers of psychiatry in university medical centers.
In addition to psychiatry, more than half of our medical staff has significant medical care experience, including having worked as emergency care physicians. Collectively, they’ve published over 40 articles in medical journals and have served in Veterans Affairs hospitals and enlisted military treatment settings.
Recovery isn’t easy, but we want to ensure your journey is as smooth as possible. Our team will walk with you and your loved ones every step of the way.
Chief Medical Officer
Thomas Cornwall has been part of the Holly Hill team since 1983 and has been instrumental in the facility’s success and growth throughout the years. He attended Northwestern University Medical School, and his focus on patient care and strong communication with their support systems has made him a valuable resource both inside Holly Hill and throughout North Carolina. In 2017, Dr. Cornwall received the prestigious Triangle Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes Award. He is married and has two daughters and seven grandchildren.
Frank AddonizioPhD, LCSW, LCAS
Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Frank Addonizio joined the staff of Holly Hill Hospital in May 2015. Born and raised in New Jersey, he earned a BA in psychology from Stockton University and a master’s degree and PhD in social work from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Addonizio is a licensed clinical social worker and licensed clinical addictions specialist.
Practicing for nearly two decades, Dr. Addonizio’s professional experience includes child, adolescent and adult inpatient psychiatry units, as well as in an outpatient psychiatric hospitalization program. He has also taught graduate-level courses at the University of South Carolina. Most recently, he was a vice president of clinical services for an international provider of integrated employee well-being services. He currently teaches graduate courses at North Carolina State University and is married with two children.
Director of Business Development
Ashley Orlovich came to Holly Hill Hospital in 2013 as the director of business development. Orlovich received her master of arts from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and she enjoys serving the mental health community with her expertise in marketing, public relations and development in both the public and private sectors.