Overview of The Hampstead Hospital
The Hampstead Hospital was founded in 1974 and has the honor of being the first private psychiatric hospital to be licensed by the state of New Hampshire. It is located in a small town in southern New Hampshire. Built across 100 acres of beautiful hills, landscapes and woodlands, it provides treatment services for chemical dependency and psychiatric problems. Its location is very convenient; just an hour’s drive from Boston. The treatment programs include Behavioral Speciality Services, Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service, Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Services and Adult Psychiatric Services. These programs are part of an intensive inpatient treatment for patients suffering from acute psychiatric illnesses as well as chemical dependency. The hospital also provides Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Chemical Dependency for patients who successfully complete their inpatient programs. This helps in transitioning them back to a normal and healthy life. All these treatment programs are devised by a team of highly qualified and experienced physicians and psychiatrists. Each patient is attached with a member of the psychiatry staff. Other counselors and physicians hold sessions with patients on an individual basis during the course of their treatment. Specialized treatment plans are devised for each patient to successfully take them towards the road to recovery.
Housing and Food
The Hampstead Hospital is located over a vast area of around 100 acres and is less than an hour away from the seacoast. The beautiful scenery that surrounds the facility adds a positive ambience to the hospital. This facilitates the process of treatment and recovery for patients. The building of the hospital is modern and has 111 patient rooms. One-bed, two-bed and three-bed rooms are available for patients. The rooms include comfortable beds with almost no other furniture. The common rooms and living rooms are more luxuriously decorated. These include comfortable sitting areas, dining rooms, therapy rooms and meeting rooms equipped with flat screen TVs. Some individual and group therapy sessions are carried out in the beautiful lawns of the hospital. The hospital also encourages healthy outdoor activities for its patients such as sports. All these factors contribute towards positive and effective healing and recovery for its patients.
The Hampstead Hospital has a team of chefs and assistants that provide healthy foods for clients. A number of food options are available to clients to choose from. These range from assorted fruits and salads to different types of meats and poultry dishes. Meals are served three times a day.
Treatment Options at The Hampstead Hospital
The different treatment options available at the Hampstead Hospital are:
- Behavioral Speciality Services
- Intensive Behavior Supports
- Unique Daily Programming Structure
- Specialized Staffing
- Family Support
- Transition Planning and Support
- Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
- Inpatient Services
- Transition Services
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services
- Inpatient Program
- Concept Awareness Program
- Group Programming
- Family Involvement and Aftercare Programming
- Transition Services
- Adult Psychiatric Services
The hospital treats the following substances’ abuse:
- Therapies at The Hampstead Hospital
- The Hampstead Hospital provides the following therapies to its clients:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Educational Groups
- AA Meetings
- Family Therapy
Most of the Hampstead Hospital’s treatment plans are covered by different insurance companies. The following insurance options are accepted by Hampstead Hospital:
- Aetna Behavioral Health
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Arcadian Health Plan
- Beacon Health Strategies
- Behavioral HealthCare Program (MMCPHO)
- Boston Medical Center Health Plan
- Cigna Behavioral Health
- Comprehensive Benefits Administrator, Inc.
- Connecticut Behavioral Health Partnership (Medicaid)
- Connecticut Medicaid
- E4 Health, Inc.
- Fallon Community Health Plan
- Federal Blue Cross
- Health Plans, Inc
- HealthNet Federal Services
- Integrated Health Plan
- Magellen Behavioral Health
- Managed Health Network
- Martin’s Point
- Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
- Modern Assistance Program
- MVP HealthCare
- Neighborhood Health
- Network Health
- New Hampshire Healthy Families
- PlanCare America
- Tufts Health Plan
- United Behavioral Health (Optum)(Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare, Pacificare, Health Plans, Inc.)
- Well Sense Health Plan
Licenses and Accreditations of Hampstead Hospital
The hospital has the following accreditations and licenses:
- The Joint Commission National Quality Approval
- Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
- State of New Hampshire
The Hampstead Hospital has been the pioneer in providing behavioral health services in southern New Hampshire. Their goal is to provide high quality services in a comfortable environment to its clients. They aspire to become the leading behavioral health facility in the region one day. For this, they strive to hold high values such as vigilance, accountability, leadership, excellence and safety. A committed leadership and experienced staff work together with patients and their families to provide high quality of care, treatment and services. From inpatient chemical dependency detoxification to intensive outpatient chemical dependency programs, they cater for individual needs of patients suffering from severe and complex diagnostic mental health problems. They also excel in providing child, adolescent and adult psychiatric services.
Staff at The Hampstead Hospital
Medical Director, Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist
Emad Milad M.D. is the Medical Director and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Hampstead Hospital. He graduated from the University of Alexandria, Egypt in 1981. He has served as Resident in Psychiatry at Chicago Medical School, Mount Sinai Hospital. He also has a Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry from the University of Connecticut. He is board certified in Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry.
Kenneth Brown, M.D. works as Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Hampstead Hospital. He graduated in 1991 from Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans. He did his residency in psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston. He did his Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry from University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami. He is a also a certified Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Board member.
Bradley S. Reynolds, Ed. D is a staff psychologist at the Hampstead Hospital. He has an MA degree in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. He did his Ed. D in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Boston University in 1991. He did his Predoctoral Internships from the Institute of COgnitive Behavioral Therapy, Boston and Beaverbrook Guidance Center, Watertown, MA. He is a Licensed Psychologist in the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.