NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, LLC (“NPH”) is pleased to announce its acquisition of the Medical Behavioral Hospital of Northern Arizona.
The hospital (formerly doing business as Sana Behavioral Health) is a new, modern, secured geriatric behavioral facility that opened in May 2020, located at 181 Whipple Street, Prescott, Arizona. As part of the NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, the Medical Behavioral Hospital of Northern Arizona will serve patients with complex neuropsychiatric conditions.
“I am excited to announce the acquisition of the Prescott facility so soon after the opening of our Phoenix hospital”, said NPH’s Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cameron Gilbert, PhD. Located in Yavapai County, Medical Behavioral Hospital of Northern Arizona sits 100 miles north of NPH’s Phoenix Medical Psychiatric Hospital, located at 1346 E McDowell Road, Phoenix, Arizona.
Noting the company’s expansion nationally, Dr. Gilbert stated that the need for NPH hospitals is greater than ever. “The seriously mentally ill suffering from co-occurring medical conditions is a severely underserved population, and wildly overlooked and ignored by policy makers”, he said. “NPH has always had a mission to serve this population, and will continue to do so in these trying times.”
Added Dr. Kashif Janjua, NPH’s Chief of Medical Staff, “Focusing on patient needs and our company’s clinical and operational strengths have been driving factors in our expansion. We have been successful in providing differentiated care to an underserved patient population.”
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS, LLC specializes in providing care for patients with complex medical, behavioral and neuropsychiatric issues. Founded in 2006 by Cameron Gilbert, PhD, NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals utilizes an integrated healthcare model at each of its hospitals. Interdisciplinary teams consisting of physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals ensure that all patient conditions are addressed to “better heal the body and the mind.” NPH currently operates hospitals in Indiana, Arizona and Texas. For more information, visit www.NeuroPsychiatricHospitals.net.