Due to COVID-19, Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) has taken precautionary measures for the safety of our patients and workforce.
The admission process has changed to the following:
- Initial call consists of obtaining demographics, insurance and a brief history for medical clearance.
- Face to Face assessment will be scheduled and you will meet with a licensed clinician will determine the level of care and appropriateness for our facility. During this assessment, employees and patients are required to masks and practice safe social distancing.
- All new patients will be required to wear hospital scrubs that we provide for the first two days of treatment.
Other safety measures we have implemented are as follows:
- All persons, employees or patients, entering are screened for temperature and must complete a COVID-19 clearance questionnaire prior to entering the facility.
- All persons inside the facility are required to wear a mask including employees and patients. Masks will be provided.
- Social distancing (6 foot clearance) is in effect for all employees and patients.
- Drop offs are allowed but we do encourage that you limit the frequency of drop offs. Drop off hours: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily.
- The campus is currently closed to outside visitors. In order to accommodate patients, there have been additional opportunities for phone calls to loved ones throughout the day.
- Adults have virtual programming and in person services for intensive outpatient (IOP) and in person services for partial hospitalization (PHP) treatment. Patients will report to campus for random drug screenings and initial intake.
- Virtual IOP is offered from 9 a.m. – noon and 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
- In person IOP is now open in select locations.
- In person PHP is offered from 8 a.m – 3 p.m at our Gessner location.
- Adolescent IOP and PHP are in person.
- Family orientation and programming will be offered virtually through the Zoom platform as visitors are not allowed during this time. If you have questions regarding family orientation please contact our family counselors Steve Misthos at Steven.Misthos@memorialhermann.org or Earnestine Hay at Earnestine.Hay@memorialhermann.org.
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