The Pavilion at Southern Hills Hospital is an 80-bed inpatient unit dedicated to the treatment of behavioral health needs. The Pavilion opened in March 2019 and spans over 45,000 square feet, attached to the main hospital. The Pavilion treats patients starting at age 11 with three programs specific to treating:
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. In addition to the safety features, we also offer an environment that is comforting and filled with natural light. We have a comfort room on each unit, outdoor recreation courtyards and a cafeteria for patients.
Common conditions treated:
- Anxiety disorder
- Behavioral issues related to Alzheimer's disease
- Bipolar disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Post-partum depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Schizoaffective disorder
We offer inpatient care and provide 24/7 assessments by calling (702) 916-5100
Comprehensive approach to mental health care
Our behavioral health services empower patients by helping them develop coping mechanisms designed to improve their daily life skills. Our specialists craft an individualized health program specifically tailored to fit your or a loved one's unique needs. We can treat your mental and physical health in a safe environment geared toward your recovery.
We begin by building a community of support around you as soon as you enter our care. Upon admission to the program, patients undergo a comprehensive psychiatric and physical assessment, after which an individual behavioral health treatment plan is developed. These often include one or more of our therapy services (group, physical, recreational and occupational), as well as family counseling, nutritional counseling, medication and relapse prevention.
We offer seven group sessions daily. Our team of doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists and mental health counselors will work with your support system of family and friends to make sure you have a community supporting you on your recovery journey.
The Pavilion's approach to care involves the patient and their family or support system. We offer daily visitation and encourage participation in care planning. With our patient's permission, their support system will be as involved, as much as the patient would like.