We provide comprehensive inpatient treatment that addresses your mental and physical healthcare needs.
Inpatient psychiatric care is available at NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital to people who need immediate and intensive mental healthcare.
All admissions to our inpatient psychiatric unit are voluntary, meaning patients sign themselves in. During your stay, you receive a thorough consultation from team of medical experts who specialize in psychiatric care. We identify your symptoms and develop an accurate diagnosis.
Your personalized treatment plan can include medication, group therapy, and art, music, and recreation therapy. We also offer nutrition counseling, yoga, horticultural therapy, and spiritual and religious support. Neuropsychological testing and neuropsychiatric consultations are provided if your care team believes they are necessary.
Our Psychiatric Expertise
Every patient is assigned a personal treatment team that includes a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse, social worker, art therapist, and recreation therapist. Our team has special expertise in treating people who have mood, personality, and psychotic disorders, such as depression, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is prescribed for people with severe mood disorders who may benefit from the treatment.
Our nursing staff cares for people experiencing both medical and behavioral healthcare issues. This allows patients who are being treated at Tisch Hospital for another condition to continue receiving their needed medical care while they are in the inpatient psychiatric unit.
Admission to the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit
Most people are admitted to our inpatient psychiatric unit after being treated in the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Emergency Services, but we also accept self-referrals and referrals from doctors and mental health professionals.
Patients must be age 18 or older. The average length of stay is seven to eight days. We accept insurance and assure confidentiality and privacy. For more information, please call 212-263-5567.
If you or a loved one are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or visit the emergency care location closest to you.