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Lakeview Regional Medical Center is hosting an education series on Wednesday, Sept. 17, for employees, physicians, volunteers and general public, which we are calling "Lakeview Lunch and Learns."
Cindy Quigley, RSW, presents: "Recognizing the warning signs of mental decline in older adults and how to get help."
What you will learn: An overview of behavioral health issues, the warning signs that caregivers should recognize in older adults and what steps you can take to get or give help – even before a diagnosis has been made.
Who should attend: : Anyone who cares for older adults that may be facing mental health challenges. Learn about the criteria for admission to a short term behavioral health facility and the 3 legal statuses that qualify and individual for help. A highlight will be an introduction to Lakeview’s Behavioral Health services. All healthcare professionals who deal with older adults are encouraged to attend.
This four-part class provides the community with an educational based support group for Stroke Survivors and Caregivers. Weekly discussion topics include: nutrition, social services, rehab therapy, and medical management. See our calendar for details.
Teach a life-saving, confidence building program to young teens so parents don’t have to wonder if their teens are ready to stay home alone, watch younger siblings or babysit. The curriculum includes:
Infant and Child CPR
Injury Prevention and Injury Management
Safety for the Sitter
Child Care Essentials
Babysitting as a Business
Lakeview Regional Behavioral Health is the only inpatient behavioral health facility in the Southeast Region with all Rooms being Private with the Newest Behavioral Health Beds.
Lakeview Regional Behavioral Health has moved to our new, expanded location. The Behavioral Health Center is now located behind Lakeview Regional Medical Center's Emergency Department at 5025 Keystone Blvd., Suite 300.
Our Behavioral Health program is an intensive, inpatient geriatric-psychiatric program for short-term care. The new 24-bed unit, with all private rooms, provides a dedicated setting for individuals 55 years and older who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems. Psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, social workers, and other healthcare professionals develop an individualized plan of care. Treatment options assist individuals in dealing with grief, physical disabilities, emotional problems, or later-life issues that interfere with daily functioning and family relations. Treatment plans, which are monitored closely and updated when necessary, may include counseling, group therapy, coordinated activities and rehabilitative care. Our professional healthcare team is committed to returning geriatric patients to their maximum mental and emotional function, while optimizing independence and quality of life, and provide assistance with discharge planning.
Lakeview Regional Behavioral Health is accredited by both The Joint Commission and the Department of Health & Hospitals.
Lakeview Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce its 3rd annual $5 Jewelry & Accessory Sale for the faculty and staff of the St. Tammany Parish school system will take place on Thursday, October 23 from 3pm – 6pm at the hospital. All teachers, administration and others employed by St. Tammany Parish Schools are invited for an afternoon of food, beverage, shopping, and drawings for exciting prizes, including iPads and a 3-hour limo ride.
The 5th annual Boo Fest will be held on the grounds of Lakeview Regional Medical Center on Saturday, October 25th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event benefits and serves children with disabilities and their families, but is open to children of all abilities. Gates open at 9:30 a.m. for special needs families. The main gate opens at 10 a.m. and admission is only $1.
Patients can now view their allergies, conditions, discharge summaries, hospital visit histories, lab results, medications, medication instructions, lab results, radiology reports and upcoming appointments from anywhere with internet access. Patients can also download and print this information so it is readily available for scheduled appointments, referral visits or when supporting a loved one’s care.