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Jordan Valley Medical Center introduced New Vision, an inpatient medical stabilization service for adults experiencing problems with acute withdrawal symptoms from substance and alcohol abuse. Working in partnership with SpecialCare Hospital Management Corporation of St. Louis, Missouri, Jordan Valley Medical Center is expanding its existing behavioral health center to improve the odds of successful recoveries. The New Vision service is now available for patients who seek assistance with managing withdrawal symptoms after the cessation of certain substances.
New Vision services consist of a medically supervised hospital stay at Jordan Valley Medical Center, which typically lasts three to five days, for inpatient medical stabilization. Medical stabilization is the process by which withdrawal symptoms are medically supervised, making the process of withdrawal safer and more comfortable. A fully qualified treatment team, consisting of a medical director and nursing personnel, provides individualized and multidisciplinary treatment to promote successful recovery. During an inpatient stay, the patient will be pre-screened and assessed for the appropriate medical management services.
Assessment includes medical history, physical, complete laboratory workup, and a nurse assessment. Following the medical stabilization period, the patient is set up with a discharge plan for further resources and rehabilitation.
For additional information about New Vision, call: 801-601-2388.