30 Years of CaringAccording to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated one in four adults suffers from a mental disorder. At Texas Health Springwood Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford, dedicated staff and specialists provide a full continuum of inpatient, outpatient and partial
hospitalization services for adolescents and adults.
Since its inception as a small addiction treatment center in 1980, Texas Health Springwood
Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford has grown during the last 30 years to serve patients throughout the region and discharges 6,000 to 8,000 inpatients annually. A mobile assessment team also provides services to patients who are in crisis at any Texas Health hospital in Tarrant County.
“With the combination of our four satellite outpatient facilities and our mobile assessment team, we serve a vast number of communities,” says Ramona Osburn, director of Texas Health Springwood Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford and the Texas Health Springwood Outpatient Centers in Allen, Arlington, Southlake and Southwest Fort Worth. “Our philosophy is to relieve the pain and suffering caused by mental illness or substance abuse. With excellent experience, board-certified physicians on the medical staff and dedicated employees, we deliver an avenue for recovery for many patients.”
Since 2005, Texas Health Springwood Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford has been serving adolescents ages 13 to 17 through its special 10-bed inpatient unit, a partial hospitalization program and an after-school intensive outpatient program.
Texas Health Springwood continues to expand to meet the needs of many community members with multiple levels of care. The facilities provide different programs for almost every substance abuse and psychiatric problem a patient may have, including issues that may stem from:
• cardiac conditions
• eating disorders
• postpartum depression
“Since Texas Health Springwood initially began providing care in the community, the greater mental health spectrum has changed significantly and a stigma has been fading as attitudes about care have shifted,” says Osburn. “More people are free to address the suffering they are experiencing. In keeping current with trends in behavioral health, the physicians on the medical staff and our employees provide dedicated, quality care to patients.”
Beyond the main campus, Texas Health Springwood Hospital Hurst-Euless-Beford operates four outpatient centers to serve a range of communities including Allen, Arlington, Southlake and Southwest Fort Worth.
Outpatient services at these locations may include, but are not limited to:
• An adult psychiatric intensive outpatient program, which provides patients with intensive, individualized treatment on a daily basis
• An adult addiction treatment intensive outpatient program for patients who do not require inpatient detoxification
• A cardiac intensive outpatient program for patients who are heart attack survivors suffering from depression
For more information, call Texas Health Springwood’s Help Line at 817-355-7777 or visit
TexasHealth.org/Springwood. (Summer 2010)