Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital

6501 North Charles Street
P.O. Box 6815
Baltimore, Maryland 21285
410-938-3000
1-800-627-0330
Vice President Medical Affairs: Robert P. Roca, M.D.

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Sheppard Pratt Health System operates a 322-bed psychiatric hospital that is comprised of the following units:



Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit
Adult Co-Occurring Disorders Unit
Adult Neuropsychiatry Track
Adult Specialty Unit
Deaf Adult Program
Young Adult Unit
Eating Disorders Unit
Psychotic Disorders Unit
Trauma Disorders Unit
Geriatric Units
Child Unit
Adolescent Crisis Stabilization Units
Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry Unit



Premiere Unit:
The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt



Day Hospitals:
Adult Day Hospital
Dual Diagnosis Day Hospital
Child and Adolescent Day Hospital
Sullivan Day Hospital
Eating Disorders Day Hospital



Residential Treatment Center/Respite:
The Eleanor and Berkeley Mann Residential Treatment Center and School
Sheppard Pratt Respite Unit



Outpatient Services:
Therapy Referral Service
The Neuropsychiatry Program at Sheppard Pratt
Trauma Disorders Outpatient Program


ECT:
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit

A 20-bed unit offering a highly focused crisis intervention model for the treatment of major mental illnesses. Average length of stay is less than 5 days.


Service Chief: Merle McCann, M.D.

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For Information: on major mental illnesses
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Adult Co-Occurring Disorders Unit

22-bed unit offering rapid evaluation with medical and psychiatric intervention. A track for adults with concurrent chemical dependency provides brief crisis intervention with a physician until the patient can be transferred to a lower level of care. (Programming also offered on the Ellicott City campus).


Service Chief: Sunil Khushalani, M.D.

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Adult Neuropsychiatry Track

A 4 bed track serving adults with developmental and/or psychotic disorders, and with a focus on short stay or stabilization.


Service Chief: Robert Wisner-Carlson, M.D.

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Adult Specialty Unit

A 20 bed unit for the short term treatment of patients presenting with symptoms of psychoses and other psychiatric conditions.


Service Chief: Dennis Kutzer, M.D.

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Deaf Adult Unit

A specialized five-bed unit providing short term care that treats general psychiatric conditions in an environment sensitive to the needs to members of the Deaf community. In addition to providing staff with American Sign Language skills the program also includes adaptive communication devices and other appropriate modifications intended to create a welcoming setting.


Coordinator: Timothy Snider

Referral Information: 410-938-3800
Video Phone: 443-275-5517
TTY: 410-938-3075
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Young Adult Unit

A 14-bed unit with special programming for patients in the 18 to 23 year old age range.


Medical Director: Evangelia Lignos, M.D.

Information: 410-938-3800
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Eating Disorders Unit

An adult unit of 22 beds and a child and adolescent unit of 11 beds are located in a specially designed and elegantly appointed setting for patients with complex eating disorders. A team of Board Certified Psychiatrists coordinate a multi-disciplinary team of experienced professionals including nurses, licensed clinical social workers, registered dieticians, expressive arts therapists and psychologists. Medical problems are closely monitored by a panel of carefully selected consulting specialists.


Director: Harry Brandt, M.D.
Associate Medical Director: Steven Crawford, M.D.

Information: 410-938-5252
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Psychotic Disorders Unit

A 22-bed adult unit devoted exclusively to the care of patients with chronic schizophrenia. Patients are aided by active behavioral treatment and medication trials, illness education, social skills training and specialized activity therapy.


Service Chief: Edward Zuzarte, M.D.

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Trauma Disorders Unit

A 22-bed unit designed for patients 18 and older; who are significantly impaired in function due to severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or dissociative symptoms, and/or requiring an inpatient diagnostic consultation. Click here to visit the Trauma Disorders Program website.


Service Chief: Susan Wait, M.D.

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Geropsychiatric Unit

This 18-bed unit designed for short-term evaluation and treatment of severe clinical depression, psychiatric complications of dementing illness, and other problems requiring 24-hour hospital care.


Service Chief: Czarina Santos-Borja, M.D.

Geriatric Neuropsychiatric Unit

This 14-bed unit providing treatment for patients whose psychiatric symptoms may be the result of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease, neurodegenerative disorders or head traumas.


Service Chiefs: Czarina Santos-Borja, M.D. and Matthew Mee, M.D.

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Child Unit

This 16-bed unit provides rapid assessment and stabilization for children ages 4 to 12 for whom inpatient care is appropriate for safety and structure due to severity of condition and for safe medical management.


Service Chief: Michael Bogrov, M.D.

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Adolescent Crisis Stabilization Units

Two gender specific units of 20 beds each for the multi-disciplinary assessment, evaluation, crisis intervention, and stabilization of adolescents. Discharge planning emphasizes movement to day hospital or outpatient care as soon as the crisis has been stabilized.


Service Chiefs: Meena Vimalananda, M.D. and Laura Seidel, M.D.

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Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry Unit

A unique inpatient program, consisting of 14 beds, and designed to serve psychiatric disorders in developmentally disabled youngsters ages 6 to 18. The Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry Unit is appropriate for patients whose intensity and/or frequency of maladaptive behaviors make them unsafe to self or others. Clinically appropriate patients will have sub-normal IQ's (<70) or diagnoses of neurological illness or syndromes such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, Down's Syndrome, Prader-Willie Syndrome, Joubert's Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, Turner's Syndrome, Lesch-Nyham Syndrome and Tuberous Sclerosis with or without mental retardation. Geared to an average length of stay of several weeks, the milieu includes a multidisciplinary treatment team and individualized behavioral treatment.


Service Chief: Desmond Kaplan, M.D.

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Premiere Unit

The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt

A 14-bed unit designed for patients seeking a comprehensive evaluation and intensive treatment experience in a psychotherapeutic milieu, unencumbered by the payment policies of third parties. The Retreat offers an elegantly appointed setting for an intermediate length of stay of several weeks to several months, for voluntary patients in an unlocked assisted living unit.


Medical Director: Don Ross, M.D.
Program Director: Lois Turner-Feig, LCSW-C

Information: 410-938-4040
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Sheppard Pratt Adult Day Hospital

A voluntary, comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, coordinated treatment program for patients 18 through 60 serving both short and longer term treatment needs. Operates 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., five days a week on the Towson & Ellicott City campuses.


Director: Seanne Bailey

Information: 410-938-3800

Sheppard Pratt Dual Diagnosis Day Hospital

Enhancing treatment options in the Adult Day Program, this specialty track caters to those with a primary psychiatric diagnosis and a co-occurring substance use disorder. The track offers intensive levels of therapy, illness education, addiction management, relapse prevention groups, daily AA/NA groups, and medical monitoring. The program’s medical director has specialized training in Addiction Medicine, in addition to board certification in psychiatry and neurology.


Program Director: Seanne Bailey

Information: 410-938-3800

Sheppard Pratt Child and Adolescent Day Hospital

A clinically intensive day program for children (ages 5-12) and adolescents (ages 13-18) with serious psychiatric problems. Designed as an alternative to inpatient and residential care, it provides rapid assessment and crisis stabilization, and the structure and intensity of an inpatient program but for patients who do not require 24-hour treatment. Services provided include Structured Therapeutic Group Treatment; Family Meetings conducted by a licensed clinical professional (LCSW-C or LCPC) and Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management provided by a staff psychiatrist. Additional groups are provided by visiting artists from September thru May offering Drumming, Movement, Art and Drama therapies.


Program Coordinator: Claudia Blaize, RN

Information: 410-938-5090 or 410-938-5094
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The Eleanor and Berkeley Mann Residential Treatment Center and School

The Eleanor and Berkeley Mann Residential Treatment Center is a residential program and special education school for adolescents with severe behavioral problems who require a therapeutic educational and recreational program in a self-contained setting. Students receive educational services on site.


Residential Services Director: Thomas Graham, MSW

Information: 410-938-5152


Sheppard Pratt Respite Unit

The unit is comprised of 20 intensive beds for youngsters awaiting longer-term placement or who need a structured setting. Most residents are also in a special education placement.


Residential Services Director: Thomas Graham, MSW

Information: 410-938-5152

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6501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21285


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Directions:

Sheppard Pratt is inside the Baltimore Beltway (Interstate 695) off of Exit 25. After you are on the ramp for Exit 25, follow the signs for Charles Street. Proceed south on Charles Street approximately 2 & 1/2 miles. You will see a sign designating a left turn into the Sheppard Pratt campus. Proceed to the first stop sign and make a right to the Weinberg Building parking lot.


From Penn Station, proceed north on Charles Street for approximately 7 miles. You will see signs designating the turn into the campus on the right.


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