Helping adults and children manage healthy mindsets while providing patients with the support they need during their visit
At Bayshore Medical Center, we understand that any inpatient stay may be trying on patients and their families. Our board certified psychiatrists attend to the needs of patients suffering from a psychiatric condition and provide consultations to patients throughout the hospital and the Emergency Department.
Our psychiatrists work with patients and their families to develop the best course of treatment to ensure optimal out comes. We also work with the patients’ psychiatric provider in the community to ensure that the patients’ needs are met are during the hospital stay and upon discharge.
Our goal is to provide compassionate and collaborative advanced care to patients struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse problems.
We provide 24/7 support:
- After a traumatic experience
- During an ED visit in our Crisis Center
- To patients who may need additional explanation of medical procedures due to psychiatric condition
- To ensure that patients are equipped to understand the medical diagnosis and treatment during their stay
- To patients with addictions
Our dedicated psychiatrists can help treat any psychiatric problems including:
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Eating Disorders
- Hallucinations (Hearing voices)
- Impulse control disorders
- Mood and Behavior Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Attacks
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sadness or hopelessness
- Stress related disorders
- Suicidal thoughts or actions
Emergency Psychiatric Services
In addition to providing inpatient consultations, we also offer comprehensive care for adult and pediatric patients and families in emergent situations. A dedicated psychiatric section in our emergency department, provides privacy and safety for patients in need of psychiatric evaluation and/or treatment. Our experts understand the importance of working with patients in crisis in a comfortable and private setting to ensure the safety of your loved one.
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE: 1-800-273-8255
How can I get in touch with a psychiatrist during a visit?
To urgently reach the hospital psychiatrist, patients and families can contact the hospital psychiatrist by calling 732-383-2451.
When should we request seeing a psychiatrist?
When a loved one with a diagnosed psychiatric condition is admitted for surgery or other unrelated condition, you can ask your care team to consult to manage and maintain care.