Medical Stabilization for Patients with Drug or Alcohol Dependence
Bright Vista at McAllen Medical Center is a medical stabilization program for patients who have chosen to overcome their dependency on drugs or alcohol. Bright Vista is one of the few drug and alcohol treatment programs in the country that offers physician-supervised medical stabilization in a private hospital setting. A medical stabilization program helps ensure that patients receive proper medical attention as they withdraw from drug or alcohol dependency.
Note: Patients must have a primary medical condition to qualify for treatment.
For more information about Bright Vista, please call 956-971-5680.
A Chance for a New Beginning
Withdrawal from drugs or alcohol can be the most difficult challenge a person can go through. Bright Vista’s specially trained treatment team includes medical doctors and nurses who use a multidisciplinary approach to patient stabilization.
Patients receive the medical attention they need to help them make a safe transition from physical dependency on drugs or alcohol to an opportunity for a new beginning in life.
McAllen Medical Center provides a comfortable environment and expert medical supervision for the recovery process. Potential patients include those who are currently using certain drugs or alcohol, or who are experiencing acute withdrawal symptoms.
Different from Detox
Bright Vista differs from both detox and behavioral therapy programs. This is because the program provides medical supervision and medication to help patients in the first step toward recovery. It allows psychological, spiritual and family relationship healing to begin.
A typical three-day stay at Bright Vista at McAllen Medical Center includes assessment, medical management and discharge planning.
When patients are admitted to McAllen Medical Center, they will be assessed, which includes reviewing medical history, a physical examination and complete laboratory work-ups. Personal treatment plans are developed according to each patient's specific needs.
Helping patients prevent relapse after they are discharged is an important part of the Bright Vista program. Before leaving the hospital, patients receive comprehensive discharge plans and referrals to aftercare programs located in the community. These programs can help patients stay on track to getting their lives back.
Specialty Programs for Working Individuals
Bright Vista offers specialty programs for working individuals, including:
- Business professionals
- Healthcare professionals
Programs are structured to navigate around the busy schedules of working professionals. Patients find ease and comfort in their recovery process while maintaining confidentiality and privacy.
McAllen Medical Center provides a comfortable environment and expert medical supervision for the recovery process. Potential patients include those who are currently using certain drugs or alcohol or who are experiencing acute withdrawal symptoms.