Settings and Population
Community Support Network
This specialized community program provides extensive outpatient psychiatric services and social support to those who have chronic mental disorders. Residents work with the medical director, case managers, nursing staff, and other mental health professionals to collaboratively maintain needed continuity of care.
Lincoln Prarie Behavorial Health Center
Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center (LPBHC) is a state of the art child and adolescent psychiatric hospital. It is the largest child and adolescent psychiatric hospital in central and southern Illinois. LPBHC currently has 80 beds and includes some longer term residential beds. Children admitted range in age from 4 to 17 years old.
McFarland Mental Health Center
McFarland Mental Health Center is a large inpatient facility operated by the Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities. It is located on nearly 100 acres in Springfield and its catchment area spans central Illinois counties. Rotations emphasize multi-specialty team leadership and psychiatric care for adult and child and adolescent patients with acute and chronic disorders.
Memorial Medical Center
Memorial Medical Center is a private 520 bed tertiary care facility providing inpatient and outpatient services to the population of central and southern Illinois. It is a regional referral center in several clinical areas, including cancer and cardiac care, neuromuscular rehabilitation, renal dialysis and transplantation, trauma, and burns. Psychiatric and behavioral health services emphasize multidisciplinary inpatient treatment teams, partial hospitalization, and outpatient care through hospital-based programs and community-based mental health centers.
Noll Medical Pavilion
Noll Medical Pavilion is a 51,000 square foot health care facility dedicated to serving children with developmental disabilities, mental illness and autism. The Noll Medical Pavilion houses the outpatient clinics of SIU Division of Child Psychiatry.
St. John's Hospital
St. John's Hospital is a 600 bed tertiary care facility providing inpatient and outpatient services to the population of central and southern Illinois. It is a regional referral center in several clinical areas including cardiac care, high-risk prenatal and neonatal care, trauma, inpatient hospice, and emergency medicine. Psychiatric and behavioral health services include adult inpatient and geriatric inpatient psychiatric care.
SIU School of Medicine Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic
The Department of Psychiatry outpatient service is designed to provide general psychiatric care to the regional population with a range of services including psychopharmacological management, psychotherapy, group therapy, assertive community treatment, telepsychiatry consultation, and diagnostic evaluation and treatment planning. Child and adolescent psychiatric care is provided at an affiliated SIU outpatient facility, Noll Medical Pavilion.
Jacksonville Development Center
Jacksonville Developmental Center is located in Jacksonville, Illinois approximately 45 minutes from Springfield's campus. It has 265 adult clients with developmental disabilities housed in five residential buildings on a 60 acre area. The facility offers residential services but also vocational and educational services as well as a supported employment program. The population derives from the state of Illinois and includes all ethnicities 18-85 years of age. General psychiatry residents attend behavioral management committee meetings and rotate through neurology and primary care clinics. The staff includes three full-time physicians, a medical director, a psychiatrist, psychologists, registered and licensed practical nurses, social workers, QMRP's, speech and language therapists, and a consulting neurologist and orthopedic surgeon. The facility has teleconferencing available for scholarly communications and conferences with several other facilities including the Department of Psychiatry.
SIU School of Medicine Special Needs Clinic
Through weekly clinics the Department of Psychiatry's Division of Developmental Disabilities provides psychiatric care and related support services to individuals who have a primary diagnosis involving mental retardation. Multidisciplinary teams are used to individualize care and obtain needed social services.