Facilities exemplify patient-centered care

Posted on 04/12/12 08:16:am

In August 2011, the experiential therapy staff welcomed patients to the new facility and its many offerings. In April 2012, the doors opened to our new inpatient building, delivering an unparalleled treatment option for patients and their families.

Well before the ground broke in February 2011, the plans for the new inpatient facility at Rogers were being developed to deliver patient-centered care in a new and carefully designed environment. Accessibility, privacy and patient safety were woven into every feature and furnishing chosen for the new facility. Feedback from countless patients, families and staff were considered as the new facility began to materialize, first on paper, then in brick and mortar.

Today that vision is a reality. Patients and their families are discovering the benefits of receiving specialized behavioral health treatment in a facility that was designed with their needs in mind. The adjoining experiential therapy center provides specialized treatment areas that provide an additional level of therapeutic experiences not available in most treatment programs.

We invite you to see for yourself what patient-centered care can look like. Imagine the treatment experience that can be possible when psychiatric expertise is provided within a state-of-the-art facility.

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