NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals

is a system of hospitals that specialize in the treatment of patients who have serious acute psychiatric events

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NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals (NPH) is a system of hospitals that specialize in the treatment of patients who have serious acute psychiatric events and comorbid medical and/or neurological disorders. NeuroPsychiatric Hospital patients are too medically and/or neurologically ill to go to a traditional psychiatric hospital for treatment; and, at the same time, they are too psychiatrically impaired to be admitted to a traditional medical hospital. One example of a patient that would need to go to a NeuroPsychiatric Hospital facility would be a 55-year-old patient who is acutely psychotic, a danger to self and others PLUS has an infectious disease such as AIDS. Another example would be a 20-year-old who suffers with extreme mood swings, is very violent and has Autism. A third example would be an 85-year-old with a severe dementia, is violent towards others and has acute kidney disease and diabetes.

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals is the intersection of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine. Our unique patients require fulltime treatment from both medical specialties and belong to an excessively growing population of patients with little or no treatment options. Most of the NPH patients go to local emergency rooms for treatment which result in clogging up of the emergency care system for others while offering no real treatment for the patient. Additional referral sources for NPH are nursing homes, group homes, other psychiatric hospitals, and law enforcement. All referrals are community-based (not physician dependent) as these hospitals serve as a safety net for local communities. Patients range from NFL players to professionals to those that are homeless. These diseases are not isolated to any class of individuals and equally destroy the lives of any societal group of patients and families.

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April 13, 2021

NeuroPsychiatric Hospital Care May Be Impossible for Seniors on Medicare Advantage Plans

Dr. Cameron Gilbert founded NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, a chain of behavioral health specialty clinics serving patients in Arizona, Indiana, and Texas, to meet the unique needs of seniors suffering both frailty and psychiatric illness requiring hospitalization. Who are the patients NeuroPsychiatric Hospital serves? Dr. Cameron Gilbert offers some examples: A 67-year-old displaying symptoms of dementia just […]

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October 27, 2020

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals’ Expansion Approach To Treating Comorbid Disorders With Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals’ expansion in Conroe, Texas, is taking a unique approach to treating patients. The hospital welcomes patients with many complex medical comorbid disorders and severe psychiatric disorders. Cameron Gilbert, Ph.D., works with patients to ensure that they get the care that they need while struggling with more than one health issue, mental or otherwise. […]

October 12, 2020

How the NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals System is Saving Lives During the Pandemic and Exposing that Discrimination Still is All Too Common

NeuroPsychiatric Hospital Helps Those with Serious Mental and Physical Ailments During the COVID-19 Pandemic There has been a growing problem across the United States, where those who are both mentally and physically ill are left untreated. Medical facilities cannot care for mental issues. Meanwhile, psychiatric facilities cannot treat medical conditions. These issues have been highlighted […]

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October 2, 2020

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals’ Response

South Bend, Indiana / Recently, the NY Times knowingly ran a story using inaccurate information about a mental health crisis segment. Becker’s Modern Healthcare re-printed this story and ran it with no verification of the facts. Our country is in a mental health crisis, and when the media outlets or others put out false information […]

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