Each individual is assigned a highly specialized, compassionate treatment team of experts. The treatment team works together towards the goal of helping your loved one stabilize so they can safely move to a less-intensive level of care.

Our treatment teams are composed of:

  • Attending psychiatrist—an adult psychiatrist who works directly with the service chief in providing care to patients.

  • Patient care coordinator—a nurse who is responsible for helping coordinate each patient’s post-admissions care, including planning, administering, coordinating, evaluating, and documenting care.

  • Social worker—who is your primary contact and liaison. The social worker attends daily treatment team meetings, and will keep you informed about your loved one’s clinical progress. The social worker also works with you to obtain a family history in order to get a holistic view of your loved one.

  • Discharge coordinator—who will prepare a comprehensive discharge plan for when your loved one is ready to return to the community. They will find mental health providers that work with your insurance/medical assistance, and will arrange appointments to ensure that there is a continuation of care once your loved one leaves the hospital.

  • Psychiatric nurses—who help individuals with their daily activities, managing their symptoms, and any medical concerns. Psychiatric nurses are also responsible for dispensing medication. Members of the nursing team are available 24/7.

  • Mental health workers—who are trained staff members that help run therapeutic groups and work directly with the clinical treatment team.