Admittance

St. Anthony's Behavioral Health Hospitals in Kansas

When does your loved one need help?

Have you noticed a sudden change in your loved ones mental or physical condition?

  • Has trouble keeping up with daily medication; taking too little or too much

  • Difficulty performing activities of daily living; eating, bathing, dressing

  • Difficulty communicating their thoughts and needs

  • New aggression, combative behavior or threats of aggression

  • Sudden changes in dementia; or becoming aggressive

  • Sudden changes in symptoms of behavior that put themselves or others at risk

  • Symptoms of anxiety and depression that include: sadness, emptiness, hopelessness, agitation, or restlessness

  • Constant crying and hallucinations

  • Acute behavioral health issues related to a disease or brain injury

It is helpful to document the changes in your loved ones behavior. If you notice 1 or more of these symptoms have taken over your loved one, reach out, we could be your solution.

Referrals

When faxing referrals to (888) 356-1313 we will ask for the following documentation:

  • H&P

  • Medication List

  • Discharge orders

  • Current labs

  • One week of nursing notes

Each referral will be evaluated for appropriateness for admission. Referral to St. Anthony’s Behavioral Health Hospital does not guarantee admission. We work with the patient, families and caregivers to return them to their previous living environment as quickly and safely as possible.

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