We provide acute inpatient care for geriatric, adult and children/adolescents. Care is coordinated and delivered by a multidisciplinary treatment team to provide for patient needs at every level.
This program is designed to serve ages 6 to 17 who are unable to be managed in an outpatient setting. The emotional, physical and educational needs of each patient are assessed and treated. The goal of hospitalization is stabilization with a large component of the treatment involving family therapy and involvement.
The Children’s Residential Treatment Program provides individualized, comprehensive and family centered treatment for ages 6 to 12. During their stay, care is coordinated and delivered by a dedicated team of professionals including:
This program has a school located onsite and provides education in a therapeutic setting. Our program also offers a strong family treatment component in order to coordinate care with the transition home.
We believe that all children are innately special beings. Children should not be defined by their behavior, and we believe that all children can change. We believe in a family-centered-care approach which emphasizes core values but does not dictate or inhibit the use of diverse treatment approaches to meet each child’s unique needs. Our purpose is to provide services in a therapeutic environment that will enable the child to successfully be re-integrated into the home and community. This includes enhancing family, educational, coping and social functioning.
We believe our children and families are best served through an evidence-based treatment approach which pulls from treatment models that have been evaluated with clear research-based results. The treatment approach is customized to meet each child’s needs and can include any or all of the treatment modalities listed below.
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The adult consult liaison psychiatry service provides psychiatric consultations for patients hospitalized at Prisma Health–Upstate with co-occurring psychiatric and medical symptoms. We work with medical teams to assist in forming a comprehensive treatment plan and make recommendations regarding behavioral interventions and medications to assist in faster recovery. We focus on evaluation and treatment of patients with neuropsychiatric symptoms that may result from medical, surgical, gynecologic and oncologic illness, as well as patients with primary psychiatric illness complicated by medical disease.
Some commonly encountered consultations include:
The consult liaison psychiatry service is also now available at Greer Memorial Hospital, Oconee Memorial Hospital, Laurens County Hospital, Baptist Easley Hospital and Hillcrest Hospital via telepsychiatry.
Geropsychiatry services at Prisma Health–Upstate provide assessment and treatment of psychiatric illness to those age 60 or older. Our inpatient program focuses on current symptoms that require acute inpatient treatment such that a lower level of care is inadequate. As a result of treatment, current symptoms can be expected to improve significantly through medically necessary and appropriate therapy.
Our experienced team of professionals evaluate for signs of:
The goal is for patients to benefit not only from medication interventions, but also from groups and activities that are designed to help promote safety and overall well-being. With this emphasis on participation in groups and activities, it is important that patients on this unit not be significantly cognitively impaired so that they can fully benefit from being in this inpatient setting.
In many cases older adults do not realize they are depressed. However, they can still have major depression issues.
Depression signs to look for:
In severe cases, patients can develop symptoms of psychosis including but not limited to hallucinations, delusions, and paranoia.
Causes of depression
Our adult inpatient services provide 24-hour structured treatment for people suffering from major mental disorders. This is done via the coordination of a complete treatment team of professionals, including a physician, clinical therapists, pharmacist, social workers, mental health technicians and nurses.
The intent of the adult inpatient program is to provide assessment and stabilization of symptoms through medication management within a therapeutic setting of caring and compassionate health care professionals. Each patient has an individualized treatment plan that addresses their specific illness and surrounding issues. The therapy may include groups, individual, family and marital sessions.