Southern Hills Hospital Pavilion
The Pavilion at Southern Hills Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 80-bed inpatient unit dedicated to the treatment of behavioral health needs in Las Vegas. Spanning over 45,000 square feet, the Pavilion treats patients age 13 and up.
The Pavilion features industry-leading patient tracking and safety systems to ensure a safe environment of care. This includes real time location systems, laser curtains in the adolescent unit between beds, alarms on top of the doors to detect weight and other anti-ligature/ligature prevention technology.
Common conditions treated:
- Anxiety disorder
- Behavioral issues related to Alzheimer's disease
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Post-partum depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
What to expect out of admission:
- Patients meet daily with a board-certified psychiatrist
- 7 interactive groups a day geared toward your individualized treatment goals
- Medical evaluation
- Meetings with therapists
- Access to outdoor recreation areas
What to bring:
The below listed items are allowed in patient's rooms.
- Hair brushes, Combs
- Basic clothing items
- Leather watches
- Toothbrush, toothpaste
- Non-alcohol mouthwash
- Makeup in plastic containers
We believe that the way you dress affects how you feel about yourself and how others respond to you. Dress on the unit needs to be clean and modest. We ask that you not wear short shorts, halter tops, bare midriffs, tight clothing, hooded sweat jackets, sweat pants (with draw strings), etc. Please wear socks or slippers at all times (slipper socks will be provided). This is a public building and bare feet are not allowed according to health regulation. Sneakers are suggested, however if you choose to wear shoes, the toes should be closed and have non-skid soles. Shoelaces are not allowed and will be removed on admission. No thong underwear, belts, drawstrings, pantyhose or nylons, or sashes (such as sashes for robes) are allowed on the unit as they are considered a safety risk. When you first arrive on the unit, you will be asked to change into hospital pajamas while your clothing is checked in. Once checked in, your clothing will be returned. Patients are encouraged to wear their own clothing as a casual nature when participating in the therapeutic milieu; however, clothing suggestive of tobacco, alcohol, drug use, foul language, death themes (i.e. skulls, etc.), gang relations or sexual innuendoes will not be allowed.
Patients can be referred to Southern Hills Hospital Pavilion by:
- Other Physicians
- Mental Health Professionals
- Community Agencies
We offer inpatient care and provide 24/7 assessment by calling (702) 916-5100.