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Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders specialized programs set us apart for other eating disorder treatment facilities in the country.
Rosewood Ranch is licensed as an inpatient hospital which enables us to treat medically complicated cases. We are equipped to medically stabilize and treat the most severe eating disorder cases in the nation. The inpatient facility can accommodate those that are too medically compromised to be accepted into traditional inpatient eating disorder treatment facilities. We are the only program to offer these services in a full and seamless continuum of care.
Eating Disorders and Diabetes
Having Diabetes or an Eating Disorder can potentially be life threatening and cause life-long complications and ailments. If left untreated, Diabetes can lead to heart failure, kidney failure, blindness or death, while having an Eating Disorder increases the risks for heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, including death. The combination of both and Eating Disorder and Diabetes is particularly dangerous and life-threatening. For over a decade, Rosewood's team has been treating eating disorders and the diabetes that often goes hand in hand.
Medically Supervised Detoxification
Rosewood is pleased to announce we now accept most major insurance for our medically supervised and licensed 4-bed detoxification center, providing a safe, supportive, homelike environment to help you through your withdrawal. Our medical staff and health care professionals are available 24-hours a day to manage and oversee the acute physical symptoms that often accompany withdrawal from alcohol and drugs.
The Sonoran Group is specifically designed for high acuity and entry level individuals giving them increased support and attention when they need it most. All inpatient residents will start in the Sonoran group for a minimum of 72 hours before joining the community. The clients in the Sonoran group will participate in introductory lectures and receive an orientation to the Rosewood programs. During each residents time in the Sonoran group, they will meet their treatment team and undergo preliminary assessments.
By Maia Szalavitz Tuesday, October 5, 2010