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Psychiatry

2069.2 miles away
509-474-3131
Hours vary, depending on service

Psychiatry

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
Hours vary, depending on service

At any age, mental, emotional or behavioral troubles can build walls between you and those you love. You may experience chronic sadness, anxiety or confusion. Some conditions, such as eating disorders, phobias or addictions, can mask underlying physical or mental health problems.

At Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, our psychiatrists, nurses, therapists and others specialize in evaluating the nuances of mental health conditions. Our team includes many specialists who work together to provide both mental and physical health treatments. We provide outpatient and short-term inpatient services, including emergency, pediatric and geriatric care.

At Providence, we diagnose and treat these and other conditions in children and adults.

  • Anxiety
  • Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
  • Autism
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Hallucinations
  • Insomnia and other sleep disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorders
  • Paranoid delusions
  • Phobias
  • Schizophrenia
  • Suicidal thoughts or attempts

If you or a loved one experiences a mental health crisis such as a suicide attempt or violent thoughts and behaviors, call 911 or seek professional help immediately. After you’ve been evaluated, emergency psychiatric counselors may recommend a psychosocial and risk evaluation to see whether additional steps are needed.

Our counselors work closely with the Crisis Services within Spokane to provide individualized treatment in a safe setting.

Our adult psychiatry unit treats adults ages 18 and older who need inpatient treatment for mental illness. Care providers focus on short term stabilization by managing your symptoms to support your transition to outpatient care and therapies.

A psychiatrist provides individualized care and leads your care team, which includes nurses, mental health counselors, nursing assistants and activity therapists. We provide medical care, including health assessment, treatment, medication, monitoring and therapy in a safe, structured and supportive environment.

Our adolescent psychiatry unit treats children 12 - 17 years old who need inpatient treatment for mental illness. Care providers focus on short term stabilization by managing your symptoms to support your transition to outpatient care and therapies.

A psychiatrist provides individualized care and leads your care team, which includes nurses, mental health counselors, nursing assistants and activity therapists. We provide medical care, including health assessment, treatment, medication, monitoring and therapy in a safe, structured and supportive environment.

The psychiatric specialists on your care team may include:

  • Activity therapists
  • Mental health counselors
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Nursing assistants
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Registered nurses
  • Social workers