Inpatient behavioral health across Wasatch Front
MountainStar Healthcare's hospitals offer inpatient (in hospital) care for patients who need overnight or constantly monitored mental health care. The goal of these treatment programs is to stabilize the patient through medication management, group therapy, family meetings and, when appropriate, pastoral care.
For more information about our inpatient behavioral health services or for help finding a doctor, call our free, 24/7 Consult-A-Nurse line at (801) 715-4152.
Inpatient psychiatric services
When you need to stay in one of our hospitals for your treatment, we do everything we can to make it as comfortable and easy as possible. Our psychiatrists and mental health teams offer immediate diagnosis, intervention and stabilization. When you are admitted, you'll find our behavioral health units are designed to ensure privacy and are located in their own wings. This provides a peaceful setting and enables a faster, better recovery.
What to expect during inpatient care
Inpatient mental health involves an overnight or extended stay in the hospital. This is often most useful for those who need constant monitoring or physical medical services in conjunction with mental health care. We provide this care for a wide range of conditions, including everything from depression and senior mental health issues to substance abuse and addiction.
If you are in an emergency situation, including a situation in which harmful or suicidal behaviors are possible, call 911.
Our inpatient services
We will consider the combination and severity of each patient's symptoms, compared against the normal context of their life, to determine which services are right for them. Our highly skilled, professional healthcare team will then work closely with patients and their family and caregivers to develop an individualized treatment plan.
Provided by a multidisciplinary treatment teams of physicians, psychiatrists, therapists and technicians, our services include:
- Assessments, including cognitive and functional decline
- Diagnostic testing, as needed
- Family education
- Individual and group therapy
- Individualized treatment planning
- Medical detoxification
- Medication management
- Support and assistance with discharge planning
Mental health crisis assessments
We also offer support during behavioral health crisis situations, delivering 24/7 mental health assessments as part of our emergency care services.