Brandon Regional Hospital Opens Newly Renovated Behavioral Health Center
Marketing & Public Relations Contact:
December 28, 2011
Brandon, FL – Brandon Regional Hospital announces that it recently held a VIP grand opening and ribbon-cutting for its newly renovated Behavioral Health Center on the campus of Brandon Regional Hospital, 119 Oakfield Drive, Brandon, Florida 33511. The new Behavioral Health Center is located on the second floor of the B tower and will be accepting patients at the end of November.
Under the direction of Jerry Murphy MBA, the Behavioral Health Center at Brandon Regional Hospital offers specialized behavioral healthcare focusing on diagnosis, intervention, and stabilization – utilizing specialized care in a dedicated setting, while having full access to the medical care of Brandon Regional Hospital.
The 25 bed unit is located in its own discreet area to assure privacy, confidentiality and comfort. The center emphasizes the importance of instilling hope with:
- Group and individual psychotherapy
- Medication assessment
- Psycho-educational groups
- Family support / education group
- Interventions designed to guide the mind, body, and spirit to recovery
About Brandon Regional Hospital
Brandon Regional Hospital (BRH) is a 396-bed acute care facility which includes a 25-bed Behavioral Health Center. The Hospital is a Certified Primary Stroke Center, an Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, a Bariatric Center of Excellence and the hospital has received the highest rating for quality cardiac surgery by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
Brandon Regional Hospital has a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (the highest level of care offered to neonatal patients) dedicated to supporting the Baby Suites in which more than 75,000 newborns have been born and cared for. The Emergency Center offers public access to average wait times. The Neuroscience Center and The Heart and Vascular Center offer the latest diagnosis and treatment options for neurological, spine and cardiac conditions. The hospital offers much of the latest in technology, including robotic surgery for gynecological and urological conditions and CyberKnife for the non-invasive treatment of select cancers.