Pine Rest offers a full continuum of outpatient, telehealth outpatient, inpatient and partial hospitalization, and residential behavioral health and addiction services for people of all ages. We participate with most health insurance plans, and our staff is happy to assist you or your patient with questions about coverage and payment.
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Referring Patients & Obtaining Treatment Information
Referrals for counseling, assessments and other outpatient services can be made via fax, phone call or through Great Lakes Health Connect.
Clients can now complete all new patient forms online, otherwise, they must bring a completed printable New Client form to their first outpatient visit.
For information about a patient’s outpatient care, call the clinic where services are provided. If you do not know which clinic the patient received services, call 866.852.4001.
If you have a patient in crisis, a call to our hospital’s Contact Center is an important step. Your call helps us gather information for a safe admission and determine if Pine Rest has an appropriate bed available. Clinicians are available 24/7. Primary care physicians, therapists and psychiatrists receive hospital courtesy calls, provided a release of information has been signed.
The following details are needed when a referral is made:
- Patient Name
- Birth Date
- Address & Phone Number
- Insurance Policy Holder Data
- Outpatient Provider
- Current Problem and Symptoms
- Addictions Data (current use)
- Significant Medical Problems
For a scheduled evaluation, the patient and/or guardian must bring:
- Driver’s License or Other Picture I.D.
- Insurance Card(s)
- Social Security Number
- Court Papers
- Custody Papers
- Medication List
Call our Health Information Management department at 616.281.6349 for information about the care of a patient in Pine Rest’s hospital including inpatient and partial hospitalization. Primary care physicians, therapists, and psychiatrists receive hospital courtesy calls, provided a release of information has been signed. Staff from Pine Rest’s Contact Center will notify you that your patient has been admitted and let you know who to call for information.*
Consent to Contact
Many women are anxious to call Pine Rest even if you have referred them. Having your patient complete and sign our Consent to Contact Form will allow staff from Pine Rest to call the patient to schedule services or discuss care options such as outpatient counseling or our Mother and Baby Partial Hospitalization program.
For Referral and Patient Information, please see the Inpatient & Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient tabs above.
Pine Rest offers a full continuum of addiction services that range from residential detoxification to traditional outpatient services. All of the service components in the continuum welcome those who also have mental health disorders. We believe that there should be no wrong door for individuals to access substance use disorder treatment.
With one call to 866.852.4001 we can guide you or your patient through the process of inquiry, assessment and admission to the most appropriate level of care. We will assist with understanding insurance benefit, explain what other sources of funding might be available and qualify your patient for treatment.
Release of Information Forms
|HOSPITAL & PARTIAL PROGRAMS||FORM||EXAMPLE||FAX NUMBER|
|Inpatient & Partial Hospitalization||Release of Info Form: Inpatient & Partial||Release of Info
|OUTPATIENT CLINIC LOCATION||FORM||EXAMPLE||FAX NUMBER|
|All Michigan Clinics||Online Form (Michigan)|
|Printable/Downloadable Form (Michigan)||Michigan Example||616.281.6394|
|Pella Clinic (Iowa)||Online Form (Iowa)|
|Printable/Downloadable Form (Iowa)||Iowa Example||616.281.6394|
*In compliance with both The Michigan Mental Health Code and HIPAA, we can only share information with you if the patient has signed a release of information. If you are unable to get the information that you are requesting, guide the patient through completing the release of information following the example and directions provided. Fax the completed release of information to the appropriate location with a statement about what information you are requesting.
Pine Rest offers many continuing educational opportunities for staff and community practitioners to promote clinical excellence and excellent care for everyone in the communities we serve. Our growing number of outstanding lectures and training experiences include Grand Rounds, Pearls for Primary Care, the Perinatal Mood Disorders Conference and the William Van Eerden, MD, Lecture Series. Below are upcoming opportunities.
Wed Jun 13th 2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Suicidality Among Psychiatrically Hospitalized LGBTQ Youth: Risk and Protective Factors (Grand Rounds)
Postma Center at Pine Rest, Grand Rapids MIThe prevalence of LGBTQ identification and the psychiatric burden of disease among LGBTQ youth will be presented. Suicidality among adolescents, in particular among LGBTQ adolescents will be discussed. The methods, results and conclusions of the research being done on LGBTQ youth psychiatrically hospitalized at Pine Rest will be examined along with implications for improving patient care at Pine Rest.
Thu Oct 4th 2018 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Postma Center at Pine Rest, Grand Rapids MIThe 2-day Postpartum Support International Certificate of Completion Course, taught by expert and engaging faculty, is a thorough and evidence-based curriculum designed for psychiatrists, nurses, physicians, social workers, mental health providers, childbirth professionals, social support providers, or anyone interested in learning skills and knowledge for assessment and treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders This training will also discuss that vicarious trauma is an occupational hazard in child welfare and juvenile justice that often leads to lack of job satisfaction, job productivity, and negative outcomes for youth and families, workers, and workplace. Prevention and self-care can best happen when professionals are able to distinguish and identify personal and professional vulnerability. This module will focus on opportunities to prevent negative effects and self-care after exposures. 13.5 Social Work and CME credits available.
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