Medical Psychiatric Program

Hasbro Children's Hospital

Medical Psychiatric Program at Hasbro Children's Hospital

The Medical Psychiatric Program at Hasbro Children’s Hospital addresses the needs of children and adolescents who are struggling with psychiatric and medical illness at the same time. Patients we care for may have gastrointestinal illnesses, eating disorders, diabetes, asthma, seizures, pain syndromes, somatoform disorders, and complex presentations that require diagnostic evaluations.

Ours is the only program in the region designed to provide family-based integrated care for young people with these health challenges. Inpatient and partial hospital levels of care are available.

Meet Our Caring Team

The staff of the Judge Bruce and Cynthia Selya Integrated Care Unit at Hasbro Children’s Hospital make us one of the nation’s leading providers for young people facing both medical and psychiatric illness. Watch the video and get to know us. 

A collaboration between Bradley Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital, the program is staffed by a rich multidisciplinary team comprising pediatricians, child psychiatrists, psychologists, an advanced practice psychiatric nurse, social workers, pediatric nurses, mental health workers, and nutritionists. We also coordinate care with hospital-based rehabilitation specialists and pediatric subspecialists as needed.

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Contact Us

To contact the Medical Psychiatric Program, please call 401-444-8638

Family-Based Integrated Care

Both our inpatient and partial hospital programs provide family-based integrated care. We involve families in the creation of an individualized treatment plan, incorporating a balance of medical and psychological support with the goal of the child’s successful transition to full functioning at home and school. Family involvement includes nursing and nutrition education sessions, multidisciplinary team meetings, family therapy, and involvement in multifamily groups.

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Clinical Trials for Mental Health

Research is currently being conducted to better understand mental disorders and how they affect our patients.

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