New Vision™ Medical Stabilization at Sunrise Hospital

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Alcohol and drug abuse are common problems in both the youth and adult populations of the United States and can pose a variety of health hazards. In addition to increasing a person’s risk for health issues, such as liver disease, substance abuse can also increase the likelihood of HIV infection, injury, or other medical conditions. At Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, we understand the challenges associated with substance abuse and have introduced a state-of-the-art inpatient option for men and women struggling with drug or alcohol-related illnesses. 

New Vision™ Medical Stabilization is staffed by a specially-trained medical and support team dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of substance abuse-related health issues. For adults who are currently struggling with addiction or who are experiencing acute withdrawal symptoms , this inpatient service can provide the encouragement and medical treatment needed to regain control of their health. 

The typical New Vision™ stay involves the following steps:

  • Pre-screening , in which the patient’s physical and emotional needs are determined
  • Assessment , including a full medical history, physical and laboratory workup, and nursing assessment
  • Admission into the program by a licensed physician
  • Medical stabilization overseen by a multidisciplinary team of professionals, lasting approximately three days in the hospital
  • Appropriate discharge planning to provide the patient with a long-term plan for improved physical and mental health

During the medical stabilization process, each patient will be closely monitored and cared for by the Sunrise Hospital New Vision™ team.  It is our goal to help our patients regain their optimal state of health and refrain from harmful substance use or abuse. If you are interested in learning more about the inpatient New Vision™ service, please contact the Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center Consult-A-Nurse healthcare referral line at (702) 233-5300.  Our nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide you with more information about your healthcare options.

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