Construction of the new Bronson Behavioral Health Hospital (BBHH) in Battle Creek, Michigan, US has been completed and was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting event.

This project was executed by a joint venture of Bronson Healthcare and Acadia Healthcare.

The 96-bed hospital will provide a range of inpatient behavioural healthcare services and intensive outpatient programmes for adult patients.

These services will include comprehensive treatments for mental health disorders like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as well as treatment for developmental disabilities.

Acadia Healthcare CEO Chris Hunter said: “We are delighted to work with Bronson Healthcare to provide quality behavioural health services to Battle Creek and the surrounding region.

“We are also grateful to our Bronson partners and our elected officials for supporting this new hospital and recognising the need for increased access to behavioural healthcare for the patients and families of southwest Michigan.”

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Bronson Battle Creek Fieldstone Center’s inpatient behavioural health services will also move to the new facility, along with its employees. 

The hospital is expected to accept inpatient admissions after receiving the necessary regulatory certifications.

BBHH CEO Deb Rozewicz said: “The support from the local community throughout this project has been so encouraging.

“This partnership and hospital symbolise the importance of bringing behavioural health services to those in need.

“Our hospital and programmes will focus on the health and healing of the whole patient and, hopefully, will help reduce the stigma that often prevents people from seeking care.”

BBHH aims to assess and stabilise patients in emergency situations, provide restorative therapies and healing care, and connect patients with long-term services to support their mental health needs.