Intermountain Hospital, Boise, Idaho
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Overview of Intermountain Hospital
Intermountain Hospital is a clinical and psychiatric rehab facility that offers services for substance abuse and mental health issues. The mission at Intermountain Hospital is to provide people suffering from substance abuse or emotional problems a safe and secure environment where they can embark on the journey to recovery. They are reassured that they are not alone in their difficult time and that compassionate people are there to offer them love and support. They are taught coping skills and life skills to transition back successfully into society. The hospital has over 35 years of experience in providing high-quality health care services to the community. It offers inpatient and outpatient programs for adolescents (ages 12 to 17), adults (ages 18 and above), and mature adults (ages 50 and above). The hospital also offers a CAST (Clean and Sober Teens) Program for troubled teens suffering from drug and alcohol abuse. In the program, teens are evaluated, educated and treated to prepare them for a healthy future. The hospital is a proud supporter of the National Alliance on Suicide Prevention and offers educational lectures and awareness programs to the community in this regard. The hospital has a multidisciplinary staff comprising Psychiatrists, Licensed Social Workers, Registered Nurses, and other support staff.
Housing and Food at Intermountain Hospital
Located near the foothills of the beautiful Boise mountains in Idaho is the Intermountain Hospital. It is spread across 10 acres of green land that offers beautiful views and scenery. The building’s interior features natural colors and portrays a comfortable and relaxing environment. It is a 30-bed facility with semi-private rooms for residents. Each room is shared between two residents. Rooms are spacious and furnished with twin sized beds, dressers and shared closets. Bathrooms contain all basic amenities and are also shared among residents. The rooms are segregated based on gender. The facility has an exercise room with basic equipment to help residents maintain physical fitness. A common room equipped with a flat-screen TV serves as a place of relaxation and movie nights. The outside lawns and courtyards provide residents with beautiful and relaxing views where they can read, meditate or simply benefit from the healing power of nature. The hospital has a kitchen staff and a licensed nutritionist. The nutritionist creates healthy menus and the kitchen staff prepares meals. Meals are served in the cafeteria three times a day. A number of food options, a salad bar, and drinks are available to clients. Snacks are also available between meal times.
The different treatment options available at Intermountain Hospital are:
- Adolescents Inpatient Treatment
- Adults Inpatient Treatment
- Adults Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Mature Adults Inpatient Treatment
- Mature Adults Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Journeys Program
- CAST Program
- New Start Program
- Generations Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The following substances’ abuse is treated at Intermountain Hospital:
- Illicit Drugs
- Prescription Medication
Therapies at Intermountain Hospital
Intermountain Hospital offers the following therapies to its clients:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
Payment Options at Intermountain Hospital
Intermountain Hospital offers state-of-the-art treatment services to adolescents, adults, and mature adults. These services range from partial hospitalization to intensive outpatient to residential treatment. Each patient is evaluated and an individualized treatment plan is created for him/her. The normal duration of residential treatment is 28 days for which the cost is approximately $15,225. This may vary from patient to patient. Intermountain Hospital accepts most private insurance plans. Medicare also covers the mature adults’ program at Intermountain hospital. The staff at the hospital gives all the relevant financial information to clients and families during their evaluation and admission.
Licenses and Accreditations
Intermountain Hospital has the following accreditations and licenses:
- Accredited by The Joint Commission
- Certified and Contracted by TRICARE
- Member of Idaho Hospital Association and the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems
Intermountain Hospital Advantages
Intermountain Hospital has almost 40 years experience in the field of treatment for addiction, psychiatric and behavioral health disorders. They offer a variety of gender-specific programs for different age groups. Adolescents, adults, and mature adults suffering from substance abuse or behavioral issues have a number of treatment options to choose from. At Intermountain Hospital, patients are treated with compassion and respect to help them leave their pasts behind and step on the road to recovery. Each patient is assessed and evaluated individually with personalized treatment plans created for each one. The treatment plans are continuously reviewed and monitored by a licensed psychiatrist whose mission is to make the patient achieve lasting recovery. The hospital also offers aftercare program for the alumni to further help them in adjusting back into the community and preventing relapse. Patients are not only treated for their illnesses but empowered to live a healthy, happy, and sober life in the future.
Staff at Intermountain Hospital
The staff at Intermountain Hospital comprises highly educated, trained and licensed professionals who provide 24/7 services to their clients. The hospital does not have physicians as their employees. Independent practicing physicians are, however, on the medical staff of the hospital. Some of the staff members’ details are listed below:
Kafia Abbasi, MD
Dr. Abbasi is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She serves as a General Psychiatrist in the Adults Program at Intermountain Hospital.
Abhilash Desai, MD
Dr. Desai is a board certified Psychiatrist by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. His areas of expertise include General Psychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry.
Eric Gilbreath, MD
He is board certified in General Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is also board certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Gilbreath serves as a Psychiatrist in the Adolescent program at Intermountain Hospital
Kristina Harrington, MD
Dr. Harrington brings with her immense experience in general, child, and adolescent psychiatry. She is American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology-Certified in General Psychiatry of Adults. She is also board certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She also has a Board Certification in Addiction Medicine.
Boise, ID, 83704
Where do calls go
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