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It would also add three psychiatric emergency services rooms, Mr.
Musher, medical director for psychiatric emergency services at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and president and CEO of the consulting company the Musher Group.
as an associate medical director for the psychiatric emergency services.
In research on psychiatric emergency services, Strakowski and colleagues (1995) found that African American clients with secondary diagnoses of alcohol or substance abuse were significantly more likely than were white clients to have a primary diagnosis of schizophrenia.
The report concluded that individuals with a mental illness and a substance abuse disorder were not receiving effective services, experienced frequent crises, and relied heavily on psychiatric emergency services, locked subacute inpatient programs, jails, and other county resources.
But despite the need for psychiatric emergency services in the Valley, Yaroslavsky said $4.
Swenson, director of outpatient and community psychiatry at Royal Ottawa Hospital, said "government, in the last two years, has put more money into the psychiatric emergency services at the Ottawa Hospital, in terms of 24-hour nursing availability, social work availability.
Eighty-seven percent of respondent hospitals have departments that provide emergency services, with 75 percent providing infant/pediatrics emergency services and 69 percent offering psychiatric emergency services.