Adult Acute Psychiatry Program, 13 Kellogg
The 13 Kellogg Adult Acute Psychiatry Program at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, is devoted to treating adult patients with a variety of psychiatric disorders, including psychotic disorders, during the acute phase of a psychiatric illness.
During their stay, patients receive psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacologic treatment to stabilize their condition, as well as comprehensive case management services to facilitate transition to community resources.
The Adult Inpatient Unit offers patients individualized attention to achieve the best possible outcomes. Customized treatment plans are developed based on each patient's unique needs, and patients are encouraged to take an active role in their treatment. To best achieve their treatment goals, the Adult Inpatient Unit offers the following services:
- Psychopharmacologic treatment
- Mood and psychotic disorder focused therapeutic group sessions
- Educational group sessions regarding illness and coping strategies
- Discharge planning to help patients develop an appropriate transition plan
- Access to all other specialists and medical and support services at Rush, including occupational therapy and spiritual support
All aspects of care are provided by a collaborative interdisciplinary team of mental health experts with specialized expertise in psychiatric disorders, including board certified psychiatrists, certified registered psychiatric nurses, licensed clinical social workers and occupational therapists. Our leadership team is happy to answer any of your questions or concerns.
- Michael Easton, MD, medical director
- Deborah Antens, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC, unit director
- Dawn Bounds, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC, assistant unit director
Rush University Medical Center
1653 West Congress Parkway
Chicago, IL 60612
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