Rogers Behavioral Health is a national expert in providing effective, evidence-based specialized treatment to patients with psychiatric disorders. Partial hospitalization care is available in Nashville for appropriate adolescents and adults with depression and substance use disorder.
Rogers is an in-network provider with:
- UBH / UHC
Rogers performs benefits checks for all commercial and private insurance plans to verify treatment coverage.
Partial hospitalization care at Rogers' Nashville clinic
Rogers Behavioral Health's partial hospitalization care (PHP) is proven to effectively treat acute psychiatric disorders with a combination of psychotherapy and medication management interventions. This intensive program provides access to immediate evaluation and treatments from behavioral health professionals, including psychiatrists. Other members of the multidisciplinary team include therapists, nurses, and behavioral specialists - all experts in providing treatment for behavioral health disorders.
Patients participate in treatment six hours a day, five days a week for four to six weeks, depending on individual patient needs. PHP can be utilized to avoid the need for more intensive levels of care such as inpatient and residential, or it can be used to maintain gains after a treatment stay in a more intensive level of care.
When should partial hospitalization care be considered?
Patients who benefit from PHPs have often tried the standard outpatient level of care by seeing their therapist and psychiatrist or medication management from their primary care provider, and they still have significant symptoms. A PHP is an option when the patient is not ill enough to require inpatient hospitalization, but the need for psychiatric treatment and stabilization is too great to allow for only outpatient 1:1 follow up with a therapist or prescriber, or if that level of care is not accessible.
How are referrals made to partial hospitalization care?
Referents may call our provider line at 615-760-3990 or fill out the expedited referral form.