PMC’s inpatient psychiatry units provide life-changing round-the-clock care for adults struggling with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, memory problems, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other mental illnesses.
We offer a holistic, comprehensive approach and focus on individualizing each patient’s treatment plan based on their needs. As part of our holistic program, we review prescription and over the counter medication to ensure maximum therapeutic benefit for our patients.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, or need immediate assistance, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
“PMC’s inpatient programs are safe place for patients to begin the healing process. We are passionate about providing excellent clinical care in a safe and restraint free environment. We pride ourselves on the high quality of our care and having a staff that has a heart for caring for our nation’s most vulnerable patients.”
Reducing risk associated with lack of inpatient mental health services.
Reducing frequent bounce back visits from patients who are experiencing psychosomatic symptoms.
Providing valuable mental health services to meet the needs of your community.
Reducing throughput time for busy emergency departments.
Providing behavioral health resources for de-escalation for your hospital and emergency department.
How Do Referrals Work?
Referrals to the program can be made by anyone, including a patient’s physician, family member, the patient themself, or another healthcare professional.
The Program’s Staff
Our patients meet daily with our caring, multidisciplinary team of registered nurses, board-certified psychiatrists, licensed therapists, and case managers.
Our treatment team works closely with the patient as well as their family, close friends, and outside providers to develop an individualized aftercare plan. Recommendations by staff are made based upon medical needs, progress made during their stay, and future treatment goals. It is important to us that we educate and support families so they can help determine their loved one’s next steps.
The American Psychiatric Association advises families to seek professional advice if an individual shows obvious changes in behavior or mood. These include:
Depression, sadness and anxiety
Severe memory loss and dementia
Disorientation and hallucination
Increased social withdrawal and isolation
Suicidal thoughts or behaviors
Extreme fluctuation in weight
Loss of interest in appearance and self-neglect
Aggressive or agitated behavior
Loss of desire to live
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