Mood Disorders Unit - GE3W (Generose)
A 14-bed, closed adult unit that is designed to accommodate patients with a primary diagnosis of depression, bipolar, mood disorder or dysthymia, in addition to other clinical conditions with a significant mood (depressive) component.
Treatment modalities include: medication; cognitive behavior therapy; individual, group and family therapies, support group; psychoeducation; occupational therapy and electroconvulsive therapy. MDU treatment modalities are focused to assist in the mood stabilization throughout a short-term hospitalization, and formulation of follow-up treatment recommendations.
The care delivery system features an interdisciplinary team approach. Nursing care is implemented by a Primary Nursing Model.
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Child and Adolescent Treatment Program - GE1W
This is a 14-bed closed unit that provides care for patients between the developmental ages of 2 and 18 years. The program offers rapid-response, same-day admission to children and adolescents in psychiatric crisis. The program is based on a short-term crisis intervention treatment model. The program provides a safe, supportive, highly structured environment staffed by nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, a music therapist, social workers, and specialty physicians. The program includes a thorough assessment of the biological, medical, developmental, psychosocial, psychological, and educational skills and deficits that might contribute to the well-being of the child and family.
Fibromyalgia Treatment Program - GE2W
The Fibromyalgia Treatment Program (FTP) is a 1 1/2-day outpatient program for patients with fibromyalgia. The hallmark of the FTP is multidisciplinary care and a cooperative effort between the departments of internal medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry and psychology, nursing, and support areas. A multidisciplinary approach is used to confirm diagnosis, provide patient education, and make medication recommendations. Concepts are presented in a group format and include stress management, sleep hygiene, relaxation strategies, and difficult day planning. PT and OT facilitate groups focused on exercise and daily living activities.
Inpatient Addiction Program - GE1E
The Inpatient Addiction Program unit offers a treatment approach to chemical dependence, combining proven treatment measures for addictive disorders with the psychiatric, medical, and surgical experience of the Mayo Clinic. Persons 18 years and older are eligible for admission. The treatment program and length of stay are individualized. RNs are a part of the multidisciplinary team serving the patient. The primary goals are to thoroughly evaluate each patient admitted to the program, to begin comprehensive treatment and stabilization required for the chemical dependence problem and any associated disorders, and to help patients and their families begin to make basic life changes necessary to begin the process of recovery.
Mayo Comprehensive Pain Rehabilitation Center - GE2W
The Pain Rehabilitation Center (PRC) provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary rehabilitative care in an outpatient setting for patients suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain is described as nonmalignant pain that has persisted for longer than six months for which all treatment options are ineffective. A team of health care professionals work intensively with patients and their families to develop goals and work toward return to an active, productive, and fulfilling life despite chronic pain. The program consists of 16 to 18 working days, depending on progress toward individualized treatment goals. Pain rehabilitation concepts are taught within a group setting and each patient is assigned a primary care coordinator.
Medical Psychiatry - GE3E
This 22-bed closed adult unit provides therapies to psychiatric patients, including geriatric and medically ill clients, who need a secure environment. Treatments include care for medical illnesses, psychotherapy, individual supportive therapy, group therapy, behavior modification and management, pharmacology, and electroconvulsive therapy. The treatment team consists of a psychiatric consultant, resident physicians, social workers, activity therapists, physical therapists, and nurses who provide primary care to patients and offer programming to meet patients' needs.
Psychiatric Acute Care Program - GE2E
This 22-bed closed adult unit is designed to accommodate brief crisis admissions as well as longer stays for patients with major depressive disorders, psychotic processes, affective disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and acute drug intoxication. Treatments include group therapy, individual supportive therapy, behavior modification, pharmacology, electroconvulsive therapy, and recreational therapy. The care delivery system features an interdisciplinary team approach.