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    JaniceMay 4, 2024 at 10:03 am

    It is my understanding that patients in acute psychiatric distress in Massachusetts are taken to the nearest emergency room for evaluation. If admission to inpatient care is required they are “boarded” in the ER under security until a bed can be found. Patients currently on mental health units aren’t forced out – though nobody stays long these days ready or not. Some hospitals have pods inside the ER just for holding such patients. Then a statewide search goes out for the next available bed, which may be 100 miles away. Patients rarely stay in the hospital where they are initially taken.i went through this process last year when I had an unremitting bout of depression. Yes there is a bed shortage and it sometimes takes days to get admitted and all hospitals are under pressure to make more room. But Holy Family is under no more pressure than anybody else. It’s a state wide crisis

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    Virginia DesrosiersMay 3, 2024 at 9:05 pm

    Excellent information, well written and I hope this shines more light on the mental health support crisis that our homeless and elderly face.

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