Exemplary Behavioral Health Specialization

Asking for help with depression, substance abuse, or mood swings is a sign of strength – and our Broward Health team is ready to help you manage your mental health concerns.

Broward Health offers 24/7 emergency behavioral health assessments and crisis intervention when needed. Our comprehensive behavioral health team including physicians, nurses, counselors, and social workers, provide round-the-clock services to support each patient’s unique needs across a variety of behavioral health conditions.

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Behavioral Health Conditions We Treat

Acute mental illness

Behavioral disorders

Depression

Dual disorders

Emotional disorders

Mood Disorders

Psychosis

Schizophrenia

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Inpatient Care Provides Safe Setting for Healing

Our experienced Broward Health team provides a full range of behavioral health treatments, including inpatient care for those requiring specialized services. Our specialty care provides comprehensive treatments in a safe setting. We believe in a full-service model of care that considers all the influences of life, including:

  • Biological
  • Environmental
  • Psychological
  • Social
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Why Choose Broward Health?

Broward Health is committed to excellence in all we do. Our team meets regularly with a focus on maintaining clinical and service excellence in all aspects of your neurosurgical experience, including:

  • Broward County's first CyberKnife®, in use at Broward Health North
  • Continuous evaluation and measurement of our performance
  • Ensure we provide the highest quality care possible, tailored to every patient
  • Specialized care through our inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services
  • Work with each patient so your stay is as pleasant and comfortable as possible

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