Gracie Square Hospital offers a multidisciplinary approach to care for patients with psychiatric disorders who can benefit from inpatient hospitalization. Our diagnostic and treatment programs are provided by skilled behavioral healthcare and management teams for a wide range of psychiatric illnesses and disorders.
Our dedicated teams include licensed and certified staff members who create a nurturing, therapeutic environment where patients are encouraged to ask questions and gain a better understanding of their illnesses and treatment. Our goal is to help patients return to their communities to live healthy, productive lives.
Patients at Gracie Square Hospital benefit from a multidisciplinary treatment team specially trained to meet their individual needs. Based on an evaluation and assessment by all members of the treatment team, each patient receives a customized plan of care. Specialists in other areas of medicine are called upon as needed, ensuring that our patients benefit from the comprehensive range of healthcare services available through the New York-Presbyterian network.
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