Mental Health

le mémorial Medical Services provides health care for patients with mental health problems suffering from psychological, addiction and psychiatric disorders that are either inpatients or outpatients.

le mémorial Medical Services provides health care for patients with mental health problems suffering from psychological, addiction and psychiatric disorders that are either inpatients or outpatients.

Through multidisciplinary approach to healthcare, we provide access to a wide variety of medical specialties for a full range of clinical services, as well as primary care. Apart from medical interventions which are provided to patients, we provide the psychosocial interventions which include psychotherapies (individual, family or group), occupational therapy, resolving social problems as well as provision of mental rehabilitation services.

The unique approach brings together the work of physicians, nurses and other care providers across the hospital to ensure that patients receive comprehensive and personalized care for the following conditions.

  • Acute and Emergency Psychiatry
  • Adult General Psychiatry unit
  • Child and Adolescents Unit
  • Addiction Unit
  • Rehabilitation Unit
  • Community Psychiatry Unit
  • Organic and Liaison Psychiatry Unit
  • Psycho-trauma unit
  • Psychosocial Management Unit

FAQ

Yes, if you do not include any other patient in the photographs or in the background of the video without their permission. This is to respect and protect other patients’ confidentiality. We will obtain written permission from you before taking any photographs or video of you, and these will only be used to track your progress and for clinical teaching.
Your Medical Record Number starts with LM followed by 9 digits and can be found on many of your hospital documents provided during your visit; or you can present yourself to the hospital premises. You must also present a valid identification.

In order to participate fully in your therapies we encourage you to dress in comfortable, casual clothing. All clothing should be labeled with your name. In addition, you should bring:

  • Any items that were used on a regular basis prior to your illness, such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, dentures, and the appropriate containers
  • Sturdy shoes or sneakers and loose socks, if appropriate
  • Loose-fitting pants or sweatpants, shirts that are comfortable and easy to put on, undergarments, bathrobe, and pajamas
  • A seasonal coat or jacket, to take advantage of our courtyards and pathways
  • Laundry bag
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