Mt Sinai Beth Israel OTP, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in New York, New York. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at Mt Sinai Beth Israel OTP aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in New York, New York. This, amongst other reasons, is why Mt Sinai Beth Israel OTP offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Cognitive/behavioral therapy, Substance abuse counseling approach. Addiction treatment options are available to 18+ and Mt Sinai Beth Israel OTP accepts specific insurances, such as: Medicaid.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with Mt Sinai Beth Israel OTP by visiting their website at www.wehealny.org to get started.
Caring staff will help you with all your needs. Raynard is the best counselor he helped me through many issues. Recomend this place to save your life.
This is the only place I've ever been to where it seems that the staff truly cares about you and your recovery plus you're in and out of there pretty quickly because they have four different places you can get medicated within the facility
10 Silver (floor) Building ❤ God Bless their Staff..If I could give more stars I would..most definitely worth it..Thank you tremendously for my dad's surgery after care as well his admit date..You deserve 10 🌟 and more!!😁
Amazing Hospitality and it has one of the best doctoers there! they took me into the emergency room within the first 12 minutes of my visit!
I called the Mount Sinai Israel phone number on which Anthony D answered the call. Anthony was a great host via phone. Very Professional and well serviced. This was my first time enjoying a conversation while scheduling an appointment. I rate Anthony's costumer skills and care five star and wish him a promotion.
Caring coynseling staff. Vocational, doctor, psychiatric and weekly groups available. You get out of it what you put into it. Various modes of detox and maintenance also available.
I had recently been involved in a accident where I was riding my bike and I had gotten blindsided by a truck. I was rushed to this hospital and ever since I got here I've felt like I have been at home. The staff are very helpful, Even made sure my family & friends felt comfortable. The nurses check up on me almost every hour to make sure I'm okay, & im very lucky buh on top of that I have to thank the Staff of this hospital because, they jus saved my life
The e.r gets really busy and crowded. There are times were you are on top of each other. You wait for many hours before being admitted or not. Be aware most likely you will be sleeping at the E.R. bring your food and drinks when going to the E.R. The nurses and doctors many are likeable and knowledgeable. Be proactive about your health and make sure you get their names and title.
It is hard for me to comment on the ER and ICU as I was either unconscious or delirious a good part of the time. In fact, having had seizures before, and having been advised by my neurologist NOT to rush off to the hospital and having survived just fine, I do not know if it was necessary at all, although I can understand attending EMT people and others wanting to be cautious. I also acknowledge that family members were alarmed and felt hospital to be "safer." It felt silly to stick me into an ambulance for the 200 foot ride across the street to the hospital when a wheelchair would have sufficed (I could probably have even walked), and I was shocked to get a $1285 bill for that short ride. I felt that the EMT. ER and ICU people were competent and caring, presumably following standard procedures. Once settled into my room (I was 5 days in hospital in all) care seemed perfunctory, maybe in part because of short staff due to the holiday. Doctors were rarely and very briefly seen, although friendly and helpful enough. Although the noise level was typical for hospitals, I fail to see why it is necessary to wake patients every few hours to take blood pressure and temperature nor, when I finally got to sleep, to come clattering into the room at 4 AM with a scale to get me up onto to get my weight every night. Hospitals do tend to not be good places to rest and recover. I felt sorry for the wife or partner of the older Asian man next to me when I realized that she was trying to sleep on two hard-back chairs next to each other and wonder if there wasn't some way she could have been made more comfortable. Also, I had a very persistent cough (likely related to throat irritation from being aspirated), keeping me and, no doubt, my neighbor, awake. This seems to me something nurses should notice and do something about. After I finally asked a nurse she said she would look into it, and finally brought me what seemed to be a single cough drop. If this had been something communicable I would, no doubt, have shared it widely. Finally, it took a full extra day and a half for me to be discharged, supposedly because "may papers were not ready." This was just so ridiculous. If my family hadn't been fussy about it I would have just walked out. Could it be that the hospital wanted to keep me there longer so they could charge for an extra day or two when there were little extra expenses to them? I am not complaining about the individual staff members, as they were uniformly friendly and helpful. The system itself needs attention.
Better than other hospital. ER so fast, nice services. Been there few times, every staff is polite.