Phelps Memorial Hospital Center
- Cognitive/behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Substance abuse counseling approach
- Trauma-related counseling
- General Hospital(including VA hospital)
- Hospital inpatient
- Hospital inpatient treatment
- Smoking not permitted
- Adult men
- Adult women
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Anger management
- Brief intervention approach
- Buprenorphine used in treatment
- Contingency management/motivational incentive
- Do not treat opioid addiction
- Family Addiction Counseling
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Marital/couples counseling offered
- Motivational interviewing
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Relapse Prevention
- Use methadone/buprenorphoine for pain management or emergency dosing
- Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)
Phelps Memorial Hospital Center located at 701 North Broadway in Tarrytown, New York provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Phelps Memorial Hospital Center provides Smoking not permitted for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include General Hospital(including VA hospital), Hospital inpatient , Hospital inpatient treatment that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Tarrytown, New York, then entering addiction treatment at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center is the right choice. Phelps Memorial Hospital Center generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. Adult men, Adult women to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Phelps Memorial Hospital Center also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Visa. Phelps Memorial Hospital Center can be contacted through their website at www.phelpshospital.org.
5.0 8 days ago
It's a great hospital. I was also born here.
5.0 2 months ago
Everyone in there is so nice, it makes you feel like family especially in the lavor and delivery area ... Dr Sheila is the best!!
5.0 6 months ago
Great ER. Get you in really fast. Great arrangements for efficient ER care with X-RAY, CAT-Scan right there and MRI close by. Staff of hospital and helpful. Just about any staff will help you in finding your way around the hospital maze.
5.0 6 months ago
I had an amazing experience at the birthing center at Phelps. The nurses were great both in delivery and recovery. With the help of Dr. Texeira and the midwives of Full Circle, I was able to have a successful vbac. My overall experience was just fantastic and I 100% recommend this hospital and the midwives of Full circle
4.0 6 months ago
I've been seeing Dr. Rogers for approximately 25 years and the Doctor's and staff are caring and very accomidating. The hospital has been recently renovated and cleanliness and parking are plentiful. Great choice...
5.0 7 months ago
My Mother had a procedure and stayed the night. The best hospital that I have been to so far. My Mother was a little leary at first not going to her regular hospital but was so pleased with the Dr's and staff. The people that serve the food wear suits, and the food is amazing.
5.0 8 months ago
Phelps hospital has some of The most wonderful people working there. My experience there is always good. My doctors care and so do the nurses. This is a great hospital pretty much the only one I ever will go to. They have earned my complete trust
5.0 9 months ago
I love it there and there really helpful and also they have pt in the pool to
4.0 11 months ago
My mom passed away in the Phelps ICU. She was in her early 60s and died from breast cancer. My family & I knew the cancer had metastasized but we did not know how advanced her cancer was at the time she passed. I believe she'd tried to protect us from the thought of losing her for as long as possible. It was a scary and overwhelming time. My family & I pretty much lived in her ICU hospital room for three days. I flew in from out of town when everything happened, and it was about 1 am before I arrived to the hospital. The nurse was able to get the doctor on the phone to discuss the basics of what was happening shortly after I arrived, which was so very helpful and made the picture a bit more clear-- awful, but clear. I think I was in shock from hearing how serious this all was. As the news set in, I was anxious about the next day all night long. I wanted to hear a more detailed plan from the doctors, the evaluation of what happened overnight, and what the prognosis was. At change of shift, being outside of her room was hard -- we hadn't left her side. It was probably an hour (maybe shorter, but to me, just felt like forever). I know talking about patients' situations takes time but I wish someone had said how long. After we were let back in, the nurse made sure my mom was well medicated and comfortable, which I really appreciated. It seemed to take forever for the doctor to come to the bedside that day and talk about the plan. When they did, they suggested some things we could do and try that day. I also asked our nurse more detail about the options too, so they were in more relatable terms. She made it easier to make these informed decisions. We did do a couple more tests/procedures that day, but my mom just didn't seem to be improving at all. I could feel it and see it on her. Also, at some point that day, someone must have contacted a group in the hospital that cared for families because we were given water, toiletries, and snacks to make it through the day. We really appreciated that and we did needed it. We barely had eaten in all of the chaos. That night, the night nurse was incredibly supportive and sat with us in the patient meeting room area and discussed my mom's situation. Honestly, I don't even remember what she said, but I just felt she really cared, and was so compassionate (even empathizing with her own tears). Though, as she spoke with us, I was realizing this was it for my mom. She also explained that my family & I really should go home, eat something, and try to rest. Going home, and taking some time to consider everything, my family and I were able to solidify the decision to stop all the interventions and let my mom pass. If her sepsis and organ failure miraculously improved, she still would be dying of cancer with no other cancer treatment options left. I exhausted all options with the doctor again the next day to be 100% sure that stopping all the interventions and treatments was the best option. The nurses from the previous day were with my family & I again that day and night when it was decided that we would remove all tubes and IVs, etc, from my mom. They helped make her look as much like herself as possible in this situation. One nurse even stayed late to be there for us with the night nurse. The night nurse was there for us when my mom passed. I really feel my mom died as peacefully as possible and, we were able to spend her last few moments with her in the best way we could have, given the circumstances. My only complaint was the time it took for report and seeing a physician. I know talking about patients' situations is private and detailed, and my mom wasn't the only patient the doctor had to see, but I would have liked a better ETA on how long these things would take. However, I don't think it ultimately affected my mom or her care. All of the providers were honest, realistic, and very thorough in answering my questions. They truly treated my mom, my family and I with compassion and respect. I believe Phelps provides truly competent, compassionate care.
4.0 1 year ago
I was born at Phelps and I delivered my first child there 19 years ago. After living out of state for 15 years, I'm back in the area and pregnant with my 2nd child. I'm seeing the OB, Endocrinologist and the Neonatologist at Phelps and I am so happy with my care. I'll deliver my 2nd baby here in July and I'm very confident I'll get the best care.
5.0 1 year ago
I had the best doctor in the world. He was caring and understanding. He listened to every word I said and gave me great feedback. I would recommend this place for anyone!
3.0 1 year ago
Most of the time the staff is friendly and courteous. The hospital is usually clean. Waiting time is also very short.