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Admissions

Admissions Information

The assessment and referral team at Mayhill Hospital ensures people receive appropriate mental health treatment. Our assessments typically take between 30 and 60 minutes. Our clinicians will review the completed mental health assessment with the physician on duty to help determine the best level of care for you.

If inpatient treatment is not deemed necessary, you will be given a referral to an appropriate outpatient provider. If inpatient treatment is deemed necessary, the intake clinician will review and complete admission paperwork with you.

We are not an emergency room. If there are medical concerns at the time of assessment, medical clearance from a medical facility may be necessary before admission.

Criteria for Inpatient Care

Patients appropriate for our inpatient programs exhibit significant impairment in their functioning at home, work, school or within the community. This may include being a danger to themselves or others, displaying serious impairment in judgment or psychotic behavior.

Insurance Information

We accept most major insurances including Medicare and Medicaid.  Please contact us at any hour for a complete list of accepted insurance providers.

Please bring the following items to your assessment:

  • ID and insurance cards
  • Current medications (including inhalers, glasses and contacts)
  • Name and contact information for all outpatient providers (primary care doctor, outpatient therapists, school information, etc.)

Forms

Discharge Planning

Once admitted to an inpatient program, you will be introduced to your discharge planner, who will work with you and your loved ones or caregivers to establish a plan for your continued care after your discharge from the hospital. This can include:

  • Referral to skilled nursing, assisted living or independent living facilities
  • Therapist referral
  • Referral to an alcohol and drug treatment program when appropriate
  • Outpatient psychiatrist referral for follow-up
  • Placement in our intensive outpatient program
  • Support group referral
  • Social service organization referral
  • Referral to residential treatment programs when appropriate

Schedule a free, confidential assessment or refer a patient today by calling 940-239-3000. Our admissions team is always here to take your call.