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Fort Yuma Indian Hospital
350 Picacho Rd, Winterhaven, CA 92283(760) 572-2270 Write a review
Aiello Eye Institute
275 W 28th St, Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 782-1980 Write a review
Fayad Wissam A. M.D. MD
2503 S Avenue A , Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 317-3162 Write a review
Yuma Regional Plaza Laboratory
1951 W 25th St, Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 344-7905 Write a review
2775 S 8th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 344-6289 Write a review
Goldenberg David T. M.D.
, Yuma, AZ 85364(888) 871-2221 Write a review
Yuma Regional Medical Center
Yuma Regional Medical , Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 336-1737 Write a review
More on Psychiatric Hospitals
Several people utilize the services of local psychiatric hospitals. Despite what the movies would have us believe, these hospitals do not only serve those that are mentally incapacitated. While they do serve many of these patients, they serve many others as well. Several clients may be average people that go to these facilities for counseling and a variety of other useful services. Quality of services, location, and reasonable costs are only a few of the many reasons why these individuals may turn to the local psychiatric hospitals. Most local psychiatric hospitals accept most major insurance carriers, Medicaid and/or Medicare, as well as self pay. Some clients may also be eligible for services on a sliding scale fee. With a sliding scale, the amount paid is based on the individuals income. Those that fall within specific income guidelines pay only the discounted amount. Payment plans for those who do not qualify for the sliding scale and have no insurance is also possible. For convenience, most centers also accept most major credit cards. Clients are not turned down based on their ability to pay for services. Finding local psychiatric hospitals is not difficult. In some areas, there may be more than one. Listings for the hospitals can usually be found in the phone book. In addition, many clients are referred to the facility by their family physician, school therapists, or through other contacts. Regardless of the reason for utilizing their services, local psychiatric hospitals serve the community in various ways.