Overview of Eagleville Hospital
Eagleville Hospital is a rehabilitation center that offers treatment services against addiction, mental health issues, and co-occurring disorders. Eagleville Hospital’s mission is to empower patients to believe, recover and finally thrive in their lives. The hospital holds values such as outstanding patient-centered care, compassion and respect, integrity, transparency, and treatment focussed on resiliency. Through these values, Eagleville is able to carry out its mission of providing an expert continuum of care to patients suffering from substance abuse, addiction, and mental health issues. They have been the pioneers in behavioral health care for more than 50 years. Eagleville uses evidence-based programs, therapies, and education for clients and their families to help them in their road to recovery. The hospital creates a path of recovery for patients by devising customized treatment plans based on individual patients. Eagleville offers detoxification programs, residential programs, and specialty psychiatric programs. It specializes in treatment services for adults aged 18 and above against addiction and mental health disorders. Older adults are treated for behavioral health issues. The staff at Eagleville includes physicians, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, clinicians, and case managers. They are highly qualified, dedicated, and trained individuals who provide round-the-clock services to clients in an effort to make them achieve lasting recovery.
Housing and Food at Eagleville Hospital
Eagleville Hospital is located on a 40-acre campus in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It has easy access to Philadelphia and Southeastern Pennsylvania through highways. It is a 305-bed facility that functions as an independent and non-profit organization. Eagleville is built in beautifully wooded architecture that offers a safe and peaceful environment to its clients. 2 to 3 patients share a room. Rooms are adequately furnished with beds, dressers, closets, and desks for each patient. Bathrooms are also shared among patients. There is a gym in the facility for patients which is adequately equipped with treadmills, ellipticals, and other exercise gear. A common room serves as a relaxing point for patients. Although furnished minimally, the common room does contain a flat screen TV which the residents are allowed to watch in their free time. Healthy outdoor activities of patients are also planned in their daily schedule. These activities and therapies benefit from the beautiful landscapes of the facility and the healing power of nature. Healthy and nutritious meals are prepared in the kitchen and served in the cafeteria three times a day. The cafeteria has a sitting area where residents dine together. A number of healthy food options are available at each meal time for patients.
The different treatment options available at Eagleville Hospital are:
- Addiction Programs
- Hospital Level Medical Detoxification
- Residential Level Detoxification
- Hospital Level Rehabilitation
- Residential Level Rehabilitation
- Acute Inpatient Psychiatric Programs
- Older Adult Behavioral Health Program
The following substances’ abuse is treated at Eagleville:
- Prescription Drugs
- Illegal Drugs
Therapies at Eagleville
Eagleville Hospital offers the following therapies to its clients:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Education Seminar Sessions
- Adjunctive Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Interactive Journaling
- 12-Step Meetings
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Payment Options at Eagleville
Eagleville offers comprehensive and patient-centered treatment services to clients suffering from substance abuse, mental health issues, and co-occurring disorders. The mission of the hospital is to help as many people in need as they can by making the treatment affordable to them. For this reason, Eagleville accepts insurance plans of major insurance companies as well as Pennsylvania Medical Assistance and Medicare. Apart from that, Eagleville also offers financial assistance to clients who do not have insurance or are underinsured. The admissions office helps and guides clients regarding the costs of treatment and all financial options available to them.
Licenses and Accreditations
Eagleville Hospital has the following accreditations and licenses:
- Licensed by the state of Pennsylvania
Eagleville Hospital has been offering services against alcoholism, substance abuse, mental health issues, and co-occurring disorders for more than 50 years now. The hospital specializes in treating behavioral health issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, bipolar disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorders. They have a multi-disciplinary team of highly trained and dedicated staff who provide medical and psychiatric care to patients. Each patient is assessed and evaluated as an individual case. A personalized treatment plan is then created for him/her which is overviewed by case managers and social workers. Eagleville also employs people in recovery as counselors who are able to connect with patients on a personal level. Patients are provided with a safe and assuring environment which enhances their self-esteem and enables them to achieve their goals in a happy, healthy and sober life.
Staff at Eagleville Hospital
Maureen Pollock has a Masters in Business Administration from Widener University. She has extensive experience of serving on leadership teams at various hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Before joining Eagleville, she served as Director of Planning for Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital. She has been a source of inspiration and guiding star for everyone at Eagleville who pushes them to provide high-quality treatment and care to patients. Her mission is to continue the success of Eagleville in offering hope and recovery to its clients.
Director of Counseling Services
Denise holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Rutgers University and a Masters degree in Social Work from New York University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania. She has over twenty years of experience in offering services for psychiatric treatment, addiction treatment, case management, and program management.
Director of Psychiatry
Dr. Zaki received his Medical Degree from Cairo, Egypt. He completed his Residency in Psychiatry at the Medical College in Philadelphia. He also has an MBA in Healthcare Administration and a Masters in Human Resource Administration. Before joining Eagleville, he served as Medical Director of the Dual-Diagnosis unit in Kirkbride Hospital in Philadelphia.