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.
Want To Know More?
To find out more about long-term psychiatry, talk with the experts. Call Dr. Matthew Barnas and Dr. Deborah Ocasio at Pelorus Elder & Behavioral Health proudly serving residents of Galloway, Cedar Knolls, Springfield, and Raritan, NJ, areas. You can reach them in any of their Cedar Knolls, Springfield, or Raritan, NJ, locations by calling (973) 295-6335, so call today.