Mental and Behavioral Health
Flower Hospital’s psychiatric services offers a variety of adult psychiatric services. Our goal is to meet the psychiatric needs of each patient while allowing the patient to remain at his or her present residence. Psychiatric services of Flower Hospital provides patient care services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A variety of state-of-the-art programs and services are offered.
Some of these programs include, but are not limited to: psychiatric and addiction emergency services, psychiatric and behavioral health programs, chemical dependency program, consultation services, crisis intervention, specialized schizophrenia treatment program and unit, psychiatric intensive care services, community education and support, psychiatric and addictions, consultation and education, and substance abuse/chemical dependency education.
Adult Psychiatric Units
Programs at Flower Hospital are designed to provide psychiatric and/or alcohol and drug treatment interventions based on each patient’s psychiatric/medical needs. As the largest provider of inpatient psychiatric care in northwest Ohio and southeastern Michigan, Flower Hospital offers comprehensive and confidential integrated adult psychiatric services. Treatment is available for both severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and acute care. Each patient is provided a confidential, safe, therapeutic environment and personalized service based upon his/her needs. A team of psychiatrists, nurses, licensed social workers and other mental health professionals provides intensive treatment for patients and offers support to families and caregivers seven-days-a-week. Our services include:
Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) – Psychiatric intensive care is provided when the patient requires intense psychiatric and medical services. Nursing staff are continually observing the patient and providing intensive services to meet their intensive psychiatric/medical needs. Nursing staff ratios range from 1:1 to 1:3 on average.
Psychiatric Observation Services – Psychiatric observation services are provided as an alternative to admission/readmission to the unit.
Patient Rights and the Grievance Procedure
As a recipient of mental health services at ProMedica Flower Hospital, under the direction of The Ohio Department of Mental Health, you are guaranteed certain basic rights. The psychiatry department wants you to know and understand your rights. Your spouse, family member, significant other, guardian, or parent will also be informed of your rights. In some instances, one of the other may act on your behalf. Please download the brochure below for more information.