Mid Cities Psychiatry
Physicians and Medical
Establishing its first office in 3801 William D. Tate Avenue, Suite #800A, Grapevine, TX 76051, Mid Cities Psychiatry is focusing on bringing quality psychiatric services to Hill County.
In particular, it aims to provide patients the option of availing TeleMedicine and TelePsychiatry services or going on a virtual visit from the comfort of their homes. For this, patients will need a desktop computer or laptop complete with a set of speakers and a microphone.
A high-speed internet connection is also needed for optimum experience. Patients may also go on a virtual visit using their smartphones.
With these new innovations, Mid Cities Psychiatry aims to reach out to patients who need access to quality psychiatric services in this time of pandemic.
Continued Service in the midst of a crisis
The decision to establish a second location started when the new management of Hill Regional Hospital approached Mid Cities Psychiatry to make its services available to the residents of Hill County.
This came at an opportune time when social distancing measures have made it difficult for patients to access quality supportive care.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to bring disruption to daily life, the crisis is also taking a toll on mental health. Mass layoffs, home confinements, and overall feelings of uncertainty are causing anxiety and stress among vulnerable groups.
In response to the growing need for supportive health, private and public institutions are working closely to develop psychiatric interventions and raise awareness on mental health.
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