Inpatient Psychiatric Care
Our inpatient psychiatry programs are available at UChicago Medicine at Ingalls - Harvey and UChicago Medicine in Hyde Park. These therapeutic behavioral health treatment services offer a variety of programs to adolescents, adults and older adults.
Patients who are hospitalized for a medical or surgical illness frequently experience emotional distress. This distress can add significantly to a patient's illness and impede their recovery. Additionally, patients with pre-existing psychiatric illness may experience increased challenges during an acute illness.
Our consult-liaison psychiatry service provides bedside evaluation and management of all medically ill hospitalized patients at the request of their primary physicians. Our multidisciplinary team is comprised of psychiatrists with certification in psychosomatic medicine, residents, medical students and social workers.
Partial Hospitalization Program
This program operates Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Patients in this program live at home while receiving intensive daily group therapy covering a variety of topics. Individual and family therapy are available along with medication management.
Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitalization
- Adolescents ages 12-18: A safe, structured and therapeutic environment designed to identify and treat counterproductive behaviors and current stressors, while building on an individual’s strengths and supports.
- Adults ages 18 to 65: Superior behavioral health treatment including group therapy, medication management, individual and family therapy.
- Older Adults: This specialized care program offers treatment in a warm and gentle environment, accommodating the specific needs of older adults struggling with physical, emotional and cognitive challenges.
No-Cost, Confidential Assessment & Referrals
In order to quickly respond to your needs, a trained mental health professional is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Although walk-ins are welcomed, you can make an appointment immediately by calling 708-915-6411.
Our assessment and referral staff assesses each individual to determine his or her behavioral health needs and makes referrals based on those needs.