Inpatient Care

For Information

904.202-7900

For adults, children and adolescents requiring hospital-based care, Baptist Health provides a full range of inpatient services at Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Our 34-bed adult inpatient behavioral health facility has views overlooking the St. Johns River and is designed with light-filled spaces that include peaceful river-themed artwork. Our children’s inpatient unit is re-opening in Fall 2012 in a brand new treatment center with cheerful surroundings. While comfortable with a homelike feel, both facilities offer state-of-the-art features that meet the therapeutic needs of our patients. Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, recreational therapists, social workers and mental health technicians. Baptist Health is proud to offer the area's only mental health resource of its kind for adults and children.

Adult Services

Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

Assessment Appointment
904.202.2296

800 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville FL, 32207

Emergency Center Evaluations

When someone arrives at our emergency center with a crisis, our registered nurses and master’s-prepared clinicians perform level of care assessments to determine the appropriate psychiatric treatment.

Adult Inpatient Unit

This dedicated, riverfront unit specializes in stabilizing patients who are experiencing depression, severe anxiety, addiction and other forms of psychiatric distress. We offer a highly specialized, welcoming and comfortable environment that treats every patient with respect, helping them to heal and grow.

Child and Adolescent Services

Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Wolfson Children’s Hospital

For Information
904.376.3800

800 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville FL, 32207

Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit

This unit specializes in the care of children and adolescents who are experiencing acute emotional problems that disrupt their ability to function in life. Separate care environments are provided for children (ages 6-11) and adolescents (ages 12-17).