Bernstein & Associates, Architects recently completed a rehabilitation facility design feasibility study for a hospital in New York.
The project involved the renovation of an existing, inpatient, rehabilitation facility within a hospital.
The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services. Program practices are defined by OASAS and The Joint Commission.
This program serves adults over the age of eighteen (18) who present with drug and/or alcohol related conditions. Potential patients may also present with co-occurring psychiatric disorders and medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, major depression etc.
For examples of the design of rehabilitation facilities by Bernstein & Associates, Architects, please see http://bernarch.com/healthcare-design-rehabilitation-alcohol-narcotics-physical-therapy-occupational-therapy-recreation-therapy/
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