Decades ago, people didn’t talk about cancer. But as people began to talk about it, good things started to happen: More research was funded, new diagnostic tests and treatments were developed, more people got screened (often earlier), more patients got the emotional support they needed and more lives were saved.
We should do the same with mental illness
Good things happen when shame is erased and people feel free to seek treatment. Early help is a key to minimizing the disruptive nature of mental illness. Everyone deserves to live a productive, fulfilling life.
At PsyCare, it is our level of service and eye for detailing in everything that we do, that truly sets us apart and makes us the care provider of choice for thousands of patients. Quality, medical & service excellence and detailing are the pillars of this institution.
It is profoundly rewarding to hear from a former patient or a family member thanking us for our service or telling us about their positive experience at PsyCare. I am deeply proud of our team and that we are seen as a national resource for compassionate, effective, high-quality clinical care.
Last year, PsyCare saw 100% increase in its inpatient (residential admissions) and outpatient services. With increasing demand for its services, the hospital recently expanded the intake of its outpatient and inpatient services. The increased capacity is allowing PsyCare to better meet the needs of patients and their families.