Psychiatric Care at Home
Home Psychiatry service is an intensive program for those with mental health issues, whose purpose is to prevent hospitalization, shorten hospital stays and even assist in preventing repeated admissions. Sabar Health staff support the patient with availability 24/7. Apart from the medical and supportive care given to the mentally ill individual, organizational support is provided to the family to appropriately address the needs of the patient and his routine, such that the team supports the family and operates to make maximal use of the resources in the community. For example, they assist in making an application to the Rehabilitation Services committee, contact of the welfare services, contact with mental heal clinics, mediation with daycare facilities, and more.
The purpose of the Home Psychiatry department is to provide comprehensive and intensive care for mentally ill patients. This with the global perspective that sees great significance and value in the patient staying in his own home, in the surroundings he lives in and knows, while taking full treatment responsibility - medically and socially, by a professional team of experienced psychiatrists, nurses and social workers, trained in the field of mental health.
About Sabar Health
Sabar Health was founded in 2005 by Dr. Roni Sabar, and today comprises admission departments nationwide, a multidisciplinary staff of hundreds of specialists in the field of medicine, nursing and the paramedical professions.Until today, the company teams have treated more than 40,000 patients in their homes, in the belief that the future of medicine is in the strengthening of the services provided at home and in the community.This is a global trend that reflects the understanding that the best and most natural place for treating a sick individual is in his natural surroundings, while providing medical and professional support, 24/7.The premise is that in most cases, an individual will feel best and safest in his own home.Home hospitalization is preferential to institutional hospitalization due to the significant decrease in the risk of infectious illnesses, whilst preserving the treatment sequence between the hospital and the patient’s home, and preserving a normal routine for the patient and the rest of the family.