On behalf of our medical and professional staff, I would like to personally welcome you to NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals (NPH). NPH provides the most novel, innovative and comprehensive approach to Behavioral Medical Healthcare.

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals utilizes an integrated healthcare model at each of our hospitals. Our interdisciplinary teams consist of highly-trained and qualified physicians, clinicians and nurses with an unwavering dedication to the care of our patients. Our mission is to ensure that all complexities of the patient are addressed to better heal the body and mind. Our interdisciplinary teams develop the most appropriate individualized treatment plan for each of our patients.

At NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, we believe that environment plays a significant role in our patient’s progress. To ensure each patient has an optimal inpatient stay, we have created state-of-the-art facilities that are safe, modern and comfortable. Our commitment is to ensure every patient receives effective and compassionate treatment in a respectful and dignified manner.

To refer a patient or family member to a NeuroPsychiatric Hospital, please call (877) 398-4186 and one of our compassionate, caring nurses will assist you through the confidential referral process. We currently accept Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurances.

Thank you for your interest in NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals. We look forward to serving your needs and the needs of your loved one.

Sincerely,
Cameron Gilbert, PhD
Chairman  & CEO

Our Commitment
To Our Patients

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals offers a wide-range of services that provide the highest quality care for each patient. Our highly-trained professionals work together as a team to meet the unique needs of each individual patient.

NPH is committed to providing our patients with the safest and highest-quality care possible. Nothing is more important than receiving the highest quality care for you and your family. That’s why all NPH hospitals ensure strict quality healthcare practices, monitored closely by our compliance and quality programs.

Values

At NPH, WE CARE about you and your healthcare needs.

Willingness – to do whatever it takes
Excellence – exceptional people providing excellent care
Compassion – display our helpful, healing spirit at every opportunity
Achieve – goals and striving beyond expectation
Respect – for everyone we encounter
Expertise – and commitment to being experts in all health care we provide

Our Proven Interdisciplinary Team Approach

The programs at NPH facilities maintain an interdisciplinary focus. Using a multi-specialty approach for neuropsychiatric and complex medical care, this fosters coordination among team members and team problem solving.

The patient and caregiver’s perspective helps direct the overall care. Having their participation is essential to assure follow through of the treatment process and rehabilitation strategies. An interdisciplinary team approach necessitates understanding and knowledge of each team member’s role and responsibilities.

Below is a list of the unique roles and responsibilities of each team member:

Patient – Provides insights on his/her daily routines, needs, abilities, interests, and preferences.

Caregiver/Family Member – Provides nuances of behavior and physical states of their loved one. Helps the team define realistic goals and shares effective strategies for interacting with the patient.

Nurse – Provides direct care to patient. Serves as an integral member of the interdisciplinary team to develop a specialized care plan for each patient.

Outreach Manager – Provides immediate assistance to the referring facility or family in assessing the needs of the individual and providing ease of access for admission to the acute care setting.

Nurse Practitioner – Provides ongoing healthcare and collaborates with physicians and other disciplines to develop a plan of care. Provides educational sessions to staff about caring for patients with dementia and other disorders. Provides medical leadership in family care conferences.

Internal Medicine Physician – Provides expert evaluation, diagnoses, and management of complex medical presentations or disorders. In addition, lends special expertise in treatment of co-morbid medical illnesses.

Psychiatrist – Expert in evaluation and diagnosis of the full spectrum of cognitive disorders and behavioral manifestations of dementia and related psychiatric disorders. Recommends and monitors medication therapy. Provides counseling for patient and family in coordination with other providers involved in the plan of care.

Social Worker – Conducts comprehensive assessment of individual and caregiver to develop care plan. Facilitates community resources to address ongoing supportive services. Educates and counsels the patient and caregiver throughout the disease process. As with all staff, conducts advocacy efforts on behalf of the patient.

Care Manager/Utilization Review – In conjunction with the physician, reviews patients’ records and evaluates progress. Reviews necessary medical reports and subsequent treatment plan.

Clinical Psychologist – Performs assessments for cognitive impairments and psychological disorders. Provides psychotherapy, group and individual therapies, as well as family consultations.

Clinical Pharmacist – Optimizes therapeutic regimen to reduce or eliminate drug interactions. Recommends therapeutic options and monitors for adverse effects. Provides medication-related information to patient and caregiver. Provides assistance for improving medical adherence.

Physical Therapist – Provides therapy for the preservation, enhancement, and restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury or disability.

Occupational Therapist – Provides therapy for injured, ill or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. They assist the patient in developing, recovering, improving, and maintaining the skills needed for daily living and working.

Speech Therapist – Performs assessments, diagnosis, and treatment for speech, language and social communication.

Activity Therapist – Evaluates and coordinates therapeutic activity programs for patients, such as: arts and crafts, music, and games to help improve a patient’s physical, social and emotional well-being.

Registered Dietitian – Encourages independent eating, educates on the importance of fluid intake, and provides foods that are ethnically and culturally appropriate. Designs specialized dietary plans (e.g. malnourished or diabetic patients). Also provides nutritional support for patients with wounds.

Discharge Planner – Works closely with NPH Social Services while communicating with families and facilities during the discharge process. Assists the patient to successfully transition to outpatient providers for continuity of care.

Certified Pet Therapy – Therapeutic activity with animal assistance to improve a patient’s social, emotional or cognitive functioning.

BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) – Performs behavioral assessments and creates treatment planning and behavior support plans for replacement of safe and socially appropriate behaviors. Creates programming and trains staff on how to increase social, communication, coping skills, and daily living skills for patients.

RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) – Promotes safe and socially appropriate replacement behaviors for patients through implementation of behavior support plan, group and 1:1 therapy.