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Inpatient Psychiatry

At St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, our inpatient psychiatry unit offers a safe and supportive environment for those patients dealing with mental distress.

Through a multidisciplinary approach, the Behavioral Health team of Caregivers treats each person with respect while working together to provide the care and assistance needed for each individual to achieve their treatment goals.

The Inpatient Psychiatry Unit provides intensive treatment, which includes:

  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Crisis intervention
  • Occupational Therapy, Recreational therapy, Chemical Dependency and Psycho-Educational Groups and individual interactions
  • Medication management
  • Patient and family education

Contact Us

Contact Inpatient Psychiatry at 216.363.2669
Contact Geropsychiatry at 216.363.2665

Recent Posts

May 29, 2018

Statement from St. Vincent Charity Medical Center as it joins national prescription opioid litigation

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, including Rosary Hall Addiction Treatment Center, filed as a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the manufacturers, distributors and retailers of prescription opioids in an effort to bring additional resources to the ho ...continue reading

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April 27, 2018

Free transportation increases addiction treatment attendance at Rosary Hall

WVIZ-TV recently profiled a program at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center that offers free transportation program to Rosary Hall patients completing intensive outpatient program (IOP) for addiction. ...continue reading

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February 23, 2018

Dr. Ted Parran discusses the need for research of cash-only opioid clinics

Dr. Ted Parran, associate medical director of Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, recently spoke with the Springfield News-Sunabout the growing number of cash-only opioid treatment centers. A nationally renowned expert in addiction med ...continue reading

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January 29, 2018

St. Vincent Charity, police team-up to get opioid addicts into recovery programs

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center worked with a local police chief to create Safe Passages, a means for police in four suburban districts to offer medical help to substance abusers rather than incarceration. The Safe Passages program is profiled in ...continue reading

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March 1, 2017

One family's pain inspires a message of hope

Bob and Jeannie Brandt lovingly share this message with Rosary Hall detox patients as they desperately attempt to escape the powerful grip of opioid and heroin addiction. It’s the message that Bob and Jeannie wished they had known to deliver—or wish ...continue reading

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