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Oregon State Hospital (OSH) provides patient-centered, psychiatric treatment for adults from throughout the state who need hospital-level care. The hospital's primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support.
With two campuses, one in Salem and one in Junction City, Oregon State Hospital serves more than 1,400 people per year and employs more than 2000 staff. Oregon State Hospital operates under the direction of the Oregon Health Authority. The superintendent is Greg Roberts. The Salem campus has the capacity to serve up to 620 people at a time, and the Junction Campus can serve up to 174.
Hospital-level care includes: 24-hour, on-site nursing, psychiatric and other credentialed professional staff, treatment planning, pharmacy, laboratory, food and nutritional services, vocational and educational services. The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Organizations.
People served at Oregon State Hospital fall into the following commitment categories:
We are a psychiatric hospital that inspires hope, promotes safety and supports recovery for all.
Our mission is to provide therapeutic, evidence-based, patient-centered treatment focusing on recovery and community reintegration all in a safe environment.
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