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Located in South Attleboro, MA in Bristol County just north of Rhode Island Fuller Hospital is easily accessible to many greater Boston area locations as well as southern Rhode Island.
It provides a continuum of care that includes evaluation, crisis stabilization, and treatment for patients with mental illness, dual diagnosis, and/or addictions. Our staff views every patient as a fellow human being in crisis, who is entitled to empathy, dignity, respect, and the level of clinical excellence that each of us would want for ourselves and our loved ones. Our system of care, which is known for high quality and managed care innovation, emphasizes working with patients and their families to optimize quality of life and successful functioning within the community.
"At Arbour-Fuller, we work diligently to create an atmosphere to promote healing in an environment which is clinically sound, compassionate and focused on individualized treatment plans and goals. We engage with patients during some of the most difficult times of their lives. Our highly-trained staff, competent and engaged physicians, and clinically robust, evidence-based programs provide services for adolescents and adults across a continuum of care that includes assessments, community-based care, day treatment, and inpatient hospitalization. We provide specialized support to patients with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders and we operate Massachusetts’s only inpatient unit for adults with intellectual disabilities. Arbour-Fuller Hospital seeks to lead the way in behavioral health and we welcome the opportunity to serve you or a loved one."
Rachel Legend, CEO
Arbour-Fuller Hospital is a 102-bed licensed, private psychiatric facility located in South Attleboro, Mass. Inpatient units are designed to treat adults with general psychiatric or intellectual disabilities, as well as adolescents with general psychiatric issues. Patients with co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders can be treated on most units. There are also partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for patients with psychiatric and co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders.
Fuller Hospital is owned and operated by Universal Health Services (UHS), one of the nation's leading hospital management companies.
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