Telebehavioral Health

June 20, 2019

Mental health disorders are one of the most frequent causes of disability worldwide leading to increased morbidity and mortality1 . The cost of mental illness to the US economy alone is in the hundreds of billions of dollars in lost earnings, disability benefits and healthcare expenditure2 . Mental illness, which is defined as diagnosable health conditions associated with persistent abnormal changes in emotion, thinking and behavior, is highly prevalent and at least one fifth of the US population is suffering from it3 . Moreover, it is estimated that half of the population will be diagnosed with at least one mental illness over the course of their lifetime4,5.

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St. John's Medical Center

ABOUT OUR FACILITY: The current facility, located in Jackson, Wyoming, was built in 1991 and now has 108 beds: 48 Acute Care/Primary Care Unit beds and 60 long-term care beds. Nursing and technical specialties include: Medical/Surgical (PCU), Obstetrics, Intensive Care, Long Term Care (the “Living Center”), Skilled Nursing Care, Operating Room, Recovery Room, Outpatient Surgery, Emergency Room, Home Care & Hospice, Cancer Care & Infusion Services, Laboratory, Radiology, Respiratory Care, Rehabilitation, and Social Services. St. John’s Medical Center also operates the following Physician Practices: Audiology & Hearing Aids; Cardiology; Cognitive Health; Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy; Family Health & Urgent Care; General Surgery; Internal Medicine; and Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.

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