New Vision Medical Stabilization Service
New Vision at Fulton Medical Center breaks through the pain caused by substance abuse withdrawal symptoms. This medically supervised, hospital-based service is provided for adults experiencing impending or active withdrawal from alcohol, prescription medications, and/or other drugs. These drugs may include various opioids including heroin, fentanyl, OxyContin or Oxycodone.
Typically lasting 3 days, the service is able to medically stabilize the patient by alleviating the most intense symptoms of withdrawal that often present as an obstacle to treatment once a person has made the decision to seek help. Often those that attempt to attend treatment and exhibit withdrawal symptoms (nausea, leg pain, tremors, sweats, hallucinations, anxiety) focus on the physical symptoms of withdrawal and are unable to concentrate on treatment. This is where the New Vision Service is most effective: by addressing the physical symptoms of withdrawal in a safe manner, the patient is then able to continue on to longer-term treatment after completing their hospital stay.
Goals of the New Vision Service:
- Provide a safe withdrawal from drugs and/or alcohol dependence and enable the patient to become drug free.
- Provide withdrawal than is humane, discreet, and protects the dignity of the patient
- Establish an aftercare plan that is tailored to the individual patient’s needs.
Most insurance plans accepted. For more info, please call our Intake Coordinator.
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For more information: http://www.specialcarecorp.com/new-vision-fulton.aspx
SpecialCare Hospital Management Corporation administers this service for the hospital and has a financial interest in this service. The diagnosis of need for inpatient admission can only be made by a licensed physician.