The Inpatient Psychiatric Program accepts voluntary and involuntary admissions seven days a week, 24 hours per day. Referrals may be made by a general practitioner, mental health provider, and members or through self-referrals. Admissions are facilitated through the Psychiatric Access department in the Emergency Department.
What We Treat
All major mental illnesses are treated. Depression, severe mood swings, suicidal thoughts or attempts, feelings of hopelessness, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, change in appetite, aggression, hostile and violent thoughts and or behavior, problems related to sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, thought disorders, sexual dysfunction, other high risk behaviors
Features of the Inpatient Psychiatric Program
Adults are involved in active programming, from 9:15 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:15 am - 4:00 pm weekends. Members of each discipline complete an assessment, patients receive psychopharmacological interventions, individual psychotherapy, and treatment groups: psycho- educational, general therapy and issue focused groups. The program also offers medication education, family assessment and intervention, support group information, discharge and aftercare planning. Patients are also given an inpatient psychiatric program patient handbook.
Insurances Accepted (Partial list, if yours is not listed, call insurance to check eligibility)
Aetna, Blue Cross, Blue Cross Community Blue, Blue Cross Messa, Blue Cross (Out of state), Blue Preferred Plus, Cigna, Health Alliance Plan (HAP), Medicare B, Priority Health
|Current list of Inpatient Psychiatric Program Physicians|
|Dr. Stephen Aronson
|Dr. Nazia Adil||Dr. David Leavitt||Dr. Daniel Mayman|