Belmont Behavioral Health System has been a trusted source of superior service for more than 75 years.
To ensure that we are best prepared to provide the highest quality of care to individuals and families in the Philadelphia area for decades to come, we’ll soon be moving into a brand-new building.
Construction is already underway on the new Belmont Behavioral Hospital, the inpatient treatment center for Belmont Behavioral Health System. When it is complete, our new home will be a six-story, state-of-the-art hospital with 250 patient beds and an array of beneficial features and amenities.
Our new hospital has been designed with comfort and healing in mind. We have paid thoughtful attention to how we can bring as many comforts from home as possible to the children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in our programs. Throughout every phase of the design and construction process, we’re focused on making sure that our new hospital will be a safe and welcoming environment for patients, staff, families, and visitors. For example:
- Patient rooms will feature hardwood floors; will be painted in warm, soothing colors; and will let in plenty of natural light.
- The hospital will contain specially designed sensory rooms that will provide an oasis of serenity for patients who are experiencing moments of crisis.
- The designs of each unit incorporate multiple safety components, such as improved sight lines so that staff members are better able to monitor patients at all times.
- Our grounds will feature two healing gardens, one for adults and seniors and one for children and adolescents.
The new building will also expand access to care at Belmont Behavioral Health System. Our current building has a maximum capacity of 180 patients. When we move into our new facility, we’ll be able to treat an additional 70 people at a time.
The construction of a new hospital is just the latest in a series of initiatives we’ve undertaken to support those who turn to us in their time of need. In recent years, we’ve opened a new outpatient building, developed a crisis response center, and added a 24-bed children’s unit.
In the decades since Belmont Behavioral Health System accepted its first patient, we’re proud to have played a leading role in the ongoing effort to improve the scope and quality of services that are available to people of all ages whose lives have been disrupted by mental health disorders and behavioral health concerns.
Our new hospital will be the culmination of years of planning. It will reflect decades of clinical advancements and best practices. And most importantly, it will allow Belmont Behavioral Health System to continue to provide the highest quality of care to the Philadelphia community.