Psychiatry Services

Center for Lifelong Health Helps Seniors with Dementia, Depression and Other Mental Health Conditions

University Hospitals Center for Lifelong Health offers both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry services for elderly individuals with mental disorders. These conditions, including dementia, depression and anxiety, may occur for the first time later in life or may be a continuation of a lifelong condition.

Outpatient Assessment and Treatment

University Hospitals outpatient geriatric psychiatry program provides adults ages 60 and older with assessment and treatment for a broad range of behavioral and mental disorders, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Dementia
  • Depression
  • Psychosis

Coordinated Care

Our specialists emphasize care that is coordinated with primary and specialty care medical providers, in conjunction with families and available support services. Services include:

  • Diagnostic assessment
  • Psychopharmacologic (effects of medications) management
  • Psychotherapeutic interventions with respect to later-life developmental processes

Inpatient Services

Inpatient psychiatric services involve stabilizing the patient through a multidisciplinary evaluation and treatment. We offer a warm and receiving environment with a staff that is kind and personable. Our team collaborates with the patient’s primary care provider and family in addition to specialists from other medical services. Together they address diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and post-discharge plans.

Learn More

For more information about the Center for Lifelong Health at University Hospitals, please call 1-844-312-LIFE (5433).

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