Services

Delmont Private Hospital provides a full range of premium psychiatric services.

To ensure continuity of care for patients, we offer various methods of support. Together, the psychiatrist and patient will discuss which method would be best at the time of assessment.

  • Delmont Private Outpatient provides a comprehensive and well balanced range of therapeutic group programs and activities. This service is referred to as Delmont Day Program. These programs are for...
  • Psychiatric symptoms in later life may occur with degenerative conditions, illnesses, memory loss, changes in physical health, living circumstances and isolation. Our Aged Mental Health Program is...
  • Delmont Community Outreach is an important part of the overall range of services provided by Delmont Private. Our experienced mental health nurses offers a community based service. Our program is...
  • The Delmont Consulting Suite is a specialist psychiatric practice which offers a professional yet relaxed environment. The Consulting Suite, an integral part of Delmont Private, enables general...
  • Delmont Day Program (DDP) is an important part of the integrated care provided by the wider Hospital and affiliated psychiatrists. DDP works strongly from a recovery Model of Care offering group...
  • Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Program is considered for patients who are suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and/or other psychiatric disorders. ECT is most often used in the...
  • Delmont Private Hospital provides supervised clinical care and treatment in a safe comfortable environment. The hospital is a voluntary facility that admits from age 18 years and onward. This service...
  • The aim of the Substance Use & Addiction Program is to enable individuals to reduce the personal and social harms associated with their substance abuse and/or addictive behaviours. The service is...
  • What is TMS? Repetitive Trans-cranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a treatment option for depression and possibly other psychiatric disorders. Since the mid-1990s, Depression Studies have proven TMS...

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