Patient Care Services
Adult Psychiatric Unit (APU) – APU is a 91 bed unit that provides inpatient hospitalization for adults 18 to 50 years old who are severely mentally ill and are committed for evaluation and treatment by a civil court proceeding.
Geropsychiatric Unit (GPU) – GPU is a 101 bed unit that provides inpatient psychiatric evaluation and treatment for
Western State Hospital
Our Mission Statement
To be a caring and competent team committed to excellence in behavioral healthcare.
About Western State Hospital
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Western State Hospital is an acute care adult psychiatric facility operated by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The hospital serves the most western 34 counties in Kentucky. All referrals for admissions come from one the four Community Mental Health Centers serving in the four regions of Western Kentucky.
The facility is located in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, which is 65 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee. The hospital was originally opened in 1854 and was a long-term care facility for most of this existence. There is a rich history behind Western; if you are
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We will be working remotely from 3/30 until at least 4/13/2020 providing telehealth care which should be able to provide for the majority of your health care needs. Our CSU telehealth visits will not cost you anything out of pocket. Please call us at 216-687-3649 between 8am -4:30pm Monday through Friday. We will update this information as needed.
You may also email questions to Health & Wellness at email@example.com. We will respond during working hours.
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At Health and Wellness Services your health and safety are our priority. If you need medical assistance during our closed hours please call the Teledoc line at 855-281-6556 or visit an urgent care or minute clinic center for non-emergency situations. If you
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