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Inpatient Services

Our compassionate team of experts is specially trained to provide immediate stabilization, thorough evaluation and individualized, coordinated care in a warm, supportive and safe environment.
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Methodist’s inpatient psychiatric program provides comprehensive assessment and treatment for adults. With a total of more than 40 beds located in two secure units, patients and their loved ones can expect 24-hour care and support.

Our inpatient services are designed to help you through an acute psychiatric crisis, which may include:

  • Acute worsening of chronic symptoms
  • Depression with feelings of hopelessness
  • Homicidal thoughts with poor impulse control
  • Mania or an altered thought process
  • Psychiatric symptoms severe enough to cause bizarre, disordered behavior
  • Risk for self-harm or harm to others
  • Suicidal thoughts or attempts

Your inpatient care plan may include:

  • Co-occurring treatment for a dual diagnosis
  • Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
  • Group therapy and family support
  • Medication management
  • Recreational therapy

Our inpatient units are staffed by board-certified physicians who are trained in adult psychiatry and co-occurring disorders. Other members of our team include:

  • Chemical dependency counselors
  • Recreational therapists
  • Registered nurses
  • Social workers
  • Other support staff

Inpatient Psychiatric Services Are Available at These Locations:

State-of-the-Art Care

Our highly trained team of experts uses one of the most advanced treatment options available to help guide you toward mental wellness.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)

For conditions that don’t respond to medication, this procedure involves small electric currents that are passed through the brain in hopes of altering brain chemistry and reversing the symptoms of certain mental health conditions.
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