Admissions to UNC Hospitals at WakeBrook are facilitated by coming through WakeBrook Crisis and Assessment Services, located at 107 Sunnybrook Rd., or by referral from a local healthcare provider. All referrals should be completed on a Request for Admission Form and faxed to Registration at 984-974-4913.
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UNC Hospitals at WakeBrook
Who We Are
UNC Hospitals at WakeBrook is a 28 bed unit that provides acute mental health treatment services, including assessment, therapeutic interventions and stabilization. Our goal is to is to help patients with mental illness become well in a safe and supportive setting. A team of professionals provide individualized care, and aim to see that those receiving care develop new coping skills and a safe plan for leaving the hospital as soon as they are able. These services are offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. All services are provided by professionally trained licensed medical and clinical staff.
What We Do
Our program is designed for anyone who is age 18 and above who would benefit from acute psychiatric stabilization. Our team includes doctors, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, occupational and recreational therapists. We try to identify and define the problem or problems being experienced through interview of the patient and family, through medical tests, and through other methods of assessment. Once we begin to understand the problems, we can then plan required treatment. Under the direction of a physician and clinical nurse manager we provide a nursing assessment upon admission, psychiatric assessment by a psychiatrist, psychotropic medication management, daily multidisciplinary programming, substance abuse evaluation (if warranted), and discharge planning and referral for the next appropriate level of care.
The vision of UNC Hospitals at WakeBrook is to be a leader in providing collaborative, customer-centered mental health care utilizing an innovative, recovery-based model of treatment.
Services are provided with respect and without regard for race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, insurance coverage, or income.