Behavioral Health

Mercy Medical Center's Behavioral Health Services have been meeting the behavioral health needs of the community since 1958 and are staffed by caring, qualified health professionals, including social workers, registered nurses, activities therapists and behavioral health aides.

Our medical staff includes the Department of Psychiatry, whose members are privileged to admit to our Inpatient Psychiatric Unit and consult to other medical units within the hospital. Many of our psychiatrists also provide treatment and leadership to several of our outpatient treatment programs.

Mercy's Behavioral Health Services offers the full continuum of care, including Inpatient Psychiatry, Outpatient Mental Health, and Clinics, as well as residential programs for the mentally ill, mentally retarded, and chemical dependency populations.

Mercy’s Behavioral Health Services is committed to providing quality care to individuals, their families or significant others.

Crisis Service

Caring, seasoned, clinical staff is available to speak to you when you or your family member is experiencing a psychiatric or emotional emergency. Our staff will assess your situation and provide information and referral about Behavioral Health Services and/or other community resources that will help you during this time. Staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: 516-705-2248

Central Intake Service

Central Intake provides individuals with timely, thorough psychosocial evaluations by licensed clinicians for admissions into several Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Outpatient Programs. Appointments can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Evening appointments are also available. Phone: 516-705-3419

 

Physician Referrals

To find a physician, please call our personal help line at:
516-62MERCY
For General and Patient Information:
516-705-2525