Beleura Private Hospital

Mental Health Services at Beleura Private Hospital

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Mental Health Services at Beleura Private Hospital offers adult inpatient and day programs for people suffering from a range of mental health concerns, including:

  • Post Traumatic Stress disorders
  • Mood disorders, Depression, Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorders
  • Psychoses
  • Personality disorders
  • Difficult medication changes
  • Self-harm behaviours
  • Decline in daily functioning at home or work
  • Alcohol addiction problems

Post Traumatic Stress disorders

Mood disorders, Depression, Bipolar disorder

Mental Health Services are coordinated through the Eliza Unit. Following inpatient treatment, or upon GP or mental health practitioner referral, the Eliza Unit also offers a range of day programs to support individuals through transition to home.

INPATIENT PROGRAM

The Eliza Unit is an integrated inpatient facility, located on the entire first floor of the hospital, and is designed to accommodate adult patients requiring acute inpatient psychiatric care, in a tranquil and comforting atmosphere.

The unit is supported by a highly professional and passionate mental health team, providing inpatient therapy programs which are both structured yet flexible. Care is delivered in a variety of settings, combining individual counselling and psychotherapy, group therapy, skill development, activities and medical treatments to ensure the best outcome for each patient.

The mental healthcare team at Beleura Private consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, allied health professionals and general medical staff.

Patients may be admitted under the care of specialist psychiatrists accredited at Beleura Private Hospital. Appointments can be made by contacting the consulting rooms of our accredited psychiatrists.

For further information regarding our accredited Psychiatrists or to admit an inpatient, call the Eliza Wing on TEL: 03 5976 0840

Click here for general brochure


DAY PROGRAM

Outpatient treatment options are suited to adult patients who are no longer in acute crisis but who need further support to recover from their illness.

These programs can assist patients during the transition period following discharge from a hospital admission, during times of crisis or episodes of heightened stress and anxiety, or as ongoing support to maintain mental health and wellbeing to avoid a future hospital admission.

The programs are primarily in the form of skills training sessions, evidence based group sessions and individual review sessions and are facilitated by qualified mental health professionals who collaborate with a multidisciplinary team.

Ongoing management can continue with the treating medical practitioner, like a GP, making this the ideal shared care arrangement.

If potential clients are not already under the supervision of an accredited psychiatrist, they will need to obtain a referral to a program from a general practitioner. All patients meet with the program coordinator to ensure that their therapy is tailored to meet their specific needs.

DAY PROGRAMS: 03 5976 0840

Click here for day program brochure


ALCOHOL ADDICTION REHABILITATION REFERRALS - BELEURA CLINIC

If you or someone close to you, has a problem with alcohol, the Beleura Clinic Alcohol Recovery Program can help. Available at The Beleura Clinic Day Centre at Moorooduc, 9:30 - 4:30, six days per week

Our staff are available 24 hours a day and all enquires are treated in strict confidence.

You don't need a GP referral to access the program.

ALCOHOL ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM: TEL (03) 5978 8224 or visit www.beleuraclinic.com.au

Click here for Beleura Alcohol Clinic brochure


PSYCHIATRIC ASSESSMENTS & PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS

In situations where a person is in need of a psychiatric assessment, a consultation can be arranged with an accredited Beleura Private psychiatrist by calling the Eliza Unit at Beleura Private on TEL: 03 5976 0840

All referrals for general psychiatrist consultations are made via their private consulting rooms during business hours.


OUR PSYCHIATRISTS

  • Dr Ruwan HAPUTHANTRIGE

    Optimind
    305 Main Street
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3199
    Phone : 03 5906 5400
    Fax : 5973 6478

  • Dr Ian HAYWOOD

    Ninox Clinic
    64 Robertson Drive
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3931 
    Phone : 03 5986 7709
    Fax : 03 8672 3196

  • Dr Angela LEE

    Affinity Women’s Health
    937 Nepean Hwy
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3199
    Phone : 03 5973 4687
    Fax : 03 5973 4697

  • Dr Hannah MENDELSON

    Ninox Clinic
    64 Robertson Drive
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3931
    Phone : 03 5986 7709
    Fax : 03 8672 3196

  • Dr Ricardo PERALTA

    Optimind
    305 Main Street
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3199
    Phone : 03 5906 5400
    Fax : 5973 6478

  • Dr Sanil REGE

    Vita Health Care
    135 Mount Eliza Way
    Mt Eliza, VIC, 3930
    Phone : 03 5972 2444
    Fax : 03 9787 2906

  • Dr Jeremy STONE

    Optimind
    305 Main Street
    MORNINGTON, VIC, 3199
    Phone : 03 5906 5400
    Fax : 5973 6478


REFERRALS

Prior to admission to the inpatient, day or alcohol recovery program, the appropriate level of private health insurance is required, and potential clients are required to verify their eligibility with their health funds. Please contact us on 5976 0888 to enquire about special self-funded rates, health fund rebates and work cover funding.

It is recommended that patients discuss with a general practitioner or mental health professional to gain their support and referral before entering a day program.

Inpatient admissions: 5976 0840
Day programs: 5976 0840
Alcohol addiction: 5978 8224 or visit www.beleuraclinic.com.au


CONTACT DETAILS:

Eliza Unit- Mental Health Services
Beleura Private Hospital
925 Nepean Highway
MORNINGTON VIC 3931
Phone: 03 5976 0840


USEFUL LINKS

  • Victorian Government Health Information Website

    www.health.vic.gov.au/mentalhealth/illnesses/index.htm

  • Depression

    DepressionNet
    www.depressionet.com.au

  • beyondblue

    The National Depression Initiative
    www.beyondblue.org.au

  • Dual Diagnosis and Addiction Treatment

    www.dual-diagnosis.net

  • EPPIC

    The Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC) is an integrated and comprehensive psychiatric service aimed at addressing the needs of older adolescents and young adults with emerging psychotic disorders.
    www.eppic.org.au

  • Mens Line Australia

    The only service of its kind, Mensline Australia supports men who are dealing with family and relationship difficulties, particularly surrounding family break-down or separation. The service offers anonymous telephone support, information and referral for men around Australia, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the cost of a local call.

    Telephone: 1300 78 99 78
    www.menslineaus.org.au

  • Sane Australia

    SANE Australia is a national charity helping people affected by mental illness, with information about mental illness, treatment, and support. They have factsheets on: Psychosis, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Treatments, Medications, Violence, Smoking, and Suicide
    www.sane.org

  • Suicide Helpline Victoria

    Suicide Helpline – Victoria provides specialist, confidential, telephone counselling and is available throughout Victoria, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for the cost of a local call (mobiles extra). Interpreters can be arranged for non-English speaking callers. Suicide Helpline – Victoria provides:

    • Suicide prevention (counselling and support)
    • Information and referrals
    • Bereavement support

    Telephone: 1300 651 251
    www.suicidehelpline.org.au

  • Peninsula Health – Mental Health Services

    www.peninsulahealth.org.au/locations/peninsula-community-mental-health-service/

  • Multicultural Mental Health Australia

    The national program in mental health and suicide prevention for Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
    www.mmha.org.au