At Fairmount Behavioral Health System, our patients’ mental health is our top priority. It is important for us to identify patient conditions and respond with an appropriate diagnosis. All programs and services are bolstered by the experience and insight of a dedicated team of medical professionals.
One of the first steps to determining treatment options is properly identifying signs and symptoms during a patient’s initial inpatient admission. Below are some of the medical conditions and disorders we commonly treat at Fairmount Behavioral Health System.
These psychiatric issues are commonly attributed to children, adolescents and adults. Please read about our child and adolescent programs or adult programs for details on how we treat these conditions. Learn about our tobacco and smoke free initiative.
The social work department is an integral part of the overall function of our facility. Social workers help patients resolve personal conflicts that may be at the root of their behavioral health issues or be obstacles to recovery.
Clinical services are provided in cooperation with and under supervision of an active medical staff member who has ultimate responsibility for patient care. Other clinical services include nursing care and allied therapy.
If a psychiatric disorder or chemical dependency affects you or a loved one, please call 215-487-4100. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to perform no-cost assessments and answer questions on programs and admissions.