Inpatient Behavioral Healthcare

PMCRH's experienced multidisciplinary staff is committed to the behavioral health of our community. We believe that treatment begins by recognizing that each person is unique, capable of communicating his or her needs, and able to successfully participate in his or her own treatment. Our staff works as a team to help those experiencing a wide range of difficulties. Some seek help for recent problems coping with depression or anxiety; others have trouble with confusion or memory problems; some are battling addiction to alcohol or other substances; and others have chronic mental illnesses that affect their mood or thought processes.

Dr. Kanwar Rana, MD

Our team is led by Medical Director Kanwar Rana, MD Other team members include a psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurses, art therapist, and psychiatric technicians.

Inpatient Behavioral Healthcare

Sometimes a short stay in the hospital is necessary. PMCRH provides inpatient psychiatric services for adults ages 18 years and older. The goal of hospitalization is to help the patient return to his or her home as quickly as possible while assuring the person's safety. Our team works with families, outpatient providers, local community mental health service providers, and doctors to insure coordination of care and a smooth transition to and from community-based services. For questions about inpatient admissions, call 517-279-5333. Staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer questions.

Behavioral Health Visiting Hours:
Monday through Friday 5:30 to 7 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.

Consultation and Referral

Our staff is available to assist with referrals for behavioral health care issues, and other information about mental health resources. Call 517-279-5333 for more information.

Contacts/Links to other behavioral health resources:
Pines Behavioral Health Services, Community Mental Health Services in Branch County (517) 279-8404 or 24-hour crisis line: (888) 725-7534
Summit Pointe, Community Mental Health Services in Calhoun County
(269) 966-1460 or (800) 783-5449 or 24-hour crisis line: (800) 632-5449
CMH Services of St. Joseph County
(269) 273-5000 or 24-hour crisis line: (800) 622-3967
National Mental Health Information Center
Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards
National Alliance of Mentally Ill Suicide HELPLINE
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Michigan Department of Community Health
ADAPT Incorporated, Coldwater, Michigan, Services for the Developmentally Disabled and those with Serious Mental Illness
(Community Mental Health in Jackson and Hillsdale Counties)
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