Long Term Care Psychiatry In Galloway, NJ
psychiatry from Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health can provide you
with peace of mind, knowing the people you care about are getting the
care they need.
What You Need to Know about Long-Term Psychiatry
Long-term psychiatry is a convenient care system designed for people in a skilled nursing facility or other long-term care facility.
Mental Health Conditions Treated in a Long-Term Facility
Long-term psychiatry can diagnose and treat conditions affecting the elderly, people with brain injuries, and others who are experiencing cognitive decline. Some of the conditions treated in a long-term facility include:
- Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia
- Short and long-term memory loss
- Depression and anxiety
- Bipolar disorder
- Insomnia and sleep disorders
How Long-Term Psychiatry from Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health Can Help
Long-term psychiatry from Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health offers a wide variety of services, including:
- Providing expert long-term psychiatric care
- Communicating with staff, family, and guardians of the long-term resident
- Long-term monitoring of patients on medication therapy
- Assisting in the completion of the Preadmission Screening and Resident Review, also known as the PASRR2, for admission into a Medicaid-certified nursing facility
- Assisting in the completion of capacity and guardianship requests
- Maintaining accurate patient diagnosis and medication data
- Facilitating the transfer of patients into an inpatient psychiatric unit when necessary
Why You Should Choose Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health for Your Long-Term Psychiatric Needs
Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health has a long track record of excellent diagnosis, treatment, follow-up, and continuity of care of long-term psychiatric patients. Providers at Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health have participated in over 500 annual surveys, achieving a pristine record. They have achieved a 5 Star rating for adherence to quality measures. Pelorus providers offer customized record-keeping and maintenance of gradual dose reduction (GDR) protocols to ensure adequate dosing.