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​​​​​​​Inpatient Hospitalization

A physician-led team of clinicians evaluates each patient and develops a personalized treatment plan. If the screening assessment​ finds severe problems, a short stay in the hospital may be advised. Floyd Behavioral Health's inpatient facility offers a safe, comfortable place for healing. A hospital stay helps patients change their behavior and acquire skills to cope with everyday stresses, enabling them to move to a less intensive setting to continue treatment.

Common Problems Treated with Inpatient Hospitalization

For hospitalization needs, Floyd Behavioral Health is a short-stay hospital and not a residential facility. Common problems treated with inpatient hospitalization for an average stay of a week or less ​include:

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD)
  • Behavior disorders
  • Bipolar disorder  
  • Body image and weight issues
  • Crisis intervention
  • Depression
  • Dual diagnosis (behavioral and substance abuse problems)
  • Fear
  • Grief and loss issues
  • Impulse control disorder
  • Major depression
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Features of Inpatient Treatment

Our inpatient facility offers a safe, comfortable place for healing. We accept both voluntary and involuntary admissions for patients struggling with escalating psychiatric issues. The inpatient facility offers a sheltered, restful place for healing in a wellness-focused and therapeutic setting:

  • Cafeteria for patient dining, with specialized menus
  • Education and visitation rooms
  • Indoor and outdoor dining
  • Private courtyards for rest and reflection
  • Private patient rooms​

For More Information

Floyd Behavioral Health's central location in Rome, Georgia is convenient for all area residents and is close to Floyd Medical Center in an emergency. For more information on inpatient hospitalization and other programs ,​ call 706.509.3500.