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Inpatient Acute Psychiatric Unit

If you need hospitalization, Masonicare offers a warm, home-like place to recover in comfort. Our hospital-level Acute Care Unit features a caring, specially trained staff and beautifully appointed rooms where you can focus on recovery.

What is acute care?

It’s round-the-clock medical attention to recover from, among other things, acute MI, pneumonia, heart failure, unstable angina, septicemia, nutritional deficiencies, urosepsis, or COPD. The focus of acute care is to restore seniors to their previous level of functioning and self-sufficiency. Admissions: Patients can be admitted 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your primary care physician will make arrangements with Masonicare. Acute care is considered a hospital admission and is covered by Medicare and most insurance.

Whom we help:

While our focus is on senior admissions, we can care for any patient over age 21.

What to expect:

Our Acute Care Unit features private and semi-private rooms, and care from a full-time physician, licensed nursing staff, therapists, a dietitian, social services, and pharmacist. During your stay, your family can visit any time.The Masonicare difference: For over 100 years, we’ve been Connecticut’s geriatric-care experts. Our licensed staff is specially trained in acute care competencies, advanced procedures and the use of state-of-the-art technologies. You’ll find a high nurse-to-patient ratio and team members focused on a full and fast recovery.

Acute Care Unit Features

  • Spacious and inviting private and semi-private rooms.
  • Full-time physician hospitalist and 24/7 onsite medical staff.
  • Licensed nursing staff specially trained in acute care and chronic diseases.
  • On-staff team: physician specialists, social worker, chaplain, registered dietitian, recreation therapist, pharmacist and rehabilitation therapist.
  • State-of-the-art acute medical care, including telemetry, I.V. antibiotic therapy, parenteral nutrition, blood transfusions and I.V. therapy and pain management.