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Opening hours and contact information
Nurses (calls about patient's treatment and ward practices)Phone, Nurses (calls about patient's treatment and ward practices): 02 314 5245
Head nursePhone, Head nurse: 050 448 9644
Psychosis Ward P2 is a closed acute ward with 11 patient beds. We examine and manage patients aged 18–69 years whose mental condition warrants hospital care. Among the indications for admissions are psychotic symptoms or psychosis.
You need a doctor's referral to be admitted. Treatment is either voluntary or involuntary. The Mental Health Act (in Finnish) has specifications when involuntary treatment is needed.
Examinations and treatment are planned together with the patient in a treatment meeting attended by a physician and nurse and – as needed – by the patient's support network, e.g., close of kin or open care support worker. The patient is treated by a multiprofessional team: physician, psychologist, social worker, nurse, ergotherapist, crafting instructor, physiotherapist and physical education instructor.
During treatment, we follow up the patient's mental and physical condition and examine his/her life situation. Treatment rests crucially on the work of the nurse appointed to the patient, on family involvement, pharmacotherapy and individually designed team activities. Two dedicated nurses are appointed to each patient at the start of the treatment period. The appointed nurses support the patient's convalescence by talking and interacting with the patient, by taking him/her into consideration and by providing information about the illness and how it should be managed. As dictated by the patient's needs, his/her management may also require social services, psychological testing, ergotherapy or psychophysical physiotherapy.
We develop our work continuously aiming at constant improvement of the quality of care. You are free to give us feedback on how you perceive the treatment we have provided.
Tyks Halikko hospital
Halikko hospital is located in Märynummi, Salo. It offers psychiatric inpatient and outpatient treatment to the residents of Southwest Finland.