Voorhees, NJ – Jefferson Stratford Hospital recently announced that it is now offering services to help people overcome withdrawal symptoms from drug and alcohol addictions through New Vision™ medical stabilization service.
The New Vision service serves adults with a medically supervised hospital stay for inpatient stabilization, which usually lasts three days. The inpatient stay includes pre-screening, assessment, admission, medical stabilization, and discharge planning. Discharge planning occurs prior to leaving the hospital; the patient will be referred to appropriate community-based treatment programs to help prevent relapse and continue their treatment.
Patients can only be admitted by a licensed physician and will be admitted five days a week. Most insurances are accepted.
New Vision, a hospital-based medical stabilization and withdrawal management service, is provided through a partnership with SpecialCare Hospital Management of St. Charles, MO, and is currently offered in nearly 50 hospitals across the U.S. SpecialCare has been providing inpatient medical stabilization in collaboration with short-term acute care hospitals for more 26 years. More information can be found by clicking here.
For more information about the New Vision medical stabilization service, contact 856-346-7996 or 1-800-939-2273.
About Jefferson Health:
Jefferson, located in the greater Philadelphia region and southern New Jersey, is re-imagining healthcare and education to create unparalleled value.
Jefferson is 30,000 people strong, dedicated to providing the highest-quality, compassionate clinical care for patients, preparing tomorrow’s professional leaders for 21st century careers, and discovering new treatments to define the future of care.
Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University), home of Sidney Kimmel Medical College, dates back to 1824 and today comprises 10 colleges and three schools offering 160 undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 7,800 students. Jefferson Health serves patients through millions of encounters each year at 14 hospitals and over 40 outpatient and urgent care locations throughout the region.