We care for patients with schizophrenia in a variety of settings: inpatient, partial hospitalization (day hospital), and several outpatient options at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Our clinical program operates a ten-bed inpatient unit at the Johns Hopkins Hospital for patients who are acutely ill and need 24-hour supervised care for their safety and to initiate treatment. A full range of evaluative and treatment services are available as necessary for comprehensive individualized care.
Inpatient Admissions | Steve Miller | 410-614-8791 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For patients who do not need 24-hour inpatient care, treatment can be provided in our Schizophrenia Day Hospital. Patients can enter the Day Hospital from any inpatient unit or from outpatient treatment. The Day Hospital is operated from 8 am to 8 pm, seven days a week at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Treatment is based on a medical model, with supervision by nurses with expertise in schizophrenia, group education and support activities, and daily assessments by an attending psychiatrist. The Day Hospital will provide door-to-door transportation for individuals in Baltimore. Housing is available without cost for as many as four patients who live farther away, or who need temporary housing during treatment in the day hospital.
Day Hospital Admissions | Steve Miller | 410-614-8791 | email@example.com
EPIC provides ongoing treatment at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center for adolescents and young adults with recent onset of schizophrenia or a related psychotic disorder, or who are at risk for developing one of these disorders. Treatment includes weekly therapy, medicine management, and coordination with schools, pediatricians, neuropscyhologists, and rehabilitation programs. The clinic also offers consultations and second opinions. Download brochure
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Information and Appointments | Krista Baker | 410-550-0137 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A comprehensive evaluation for individuals, typically under the age of 21, with recent onset, or possible onset, of schizophrenia or a related condition.
Appointments | Krista Baker | 410-550-0137 | email@example.com.
The Adult Schizophrenia Clinic provides on-going care for adults with schizophrenia who are also interested in occasionally participating in research studies. The clinic will be located within the Community Psychiatry Program at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Treatment includes detailed assessments of symptoms and social concerns, psychotherapy, and medicine management. Our goal is to help individuals with schizophrenia maximize their function while developing and pursuing life goals.