Rogers Memorial Hospital
34700 Valley Rd,
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
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Eating Disorder Services of Rogers Memorial Hospital is a nationally recognized leader in providing men and women with comprehensive, effective treatment for eating disorders. We offer three levels of care: inpatient, residential and partial hospitalization, and all follow a multidisciplinary program with individualized treatment plans that address the mental, physical and personal needs of each patient. We offer the only residential treatment with a separate program for males. To support recovery, our services also include outpatient referrals and an alumni association.
Eating Disorder Services of Rogers Memorial Hospital offer three levels of care:
The Eating Disorder Center provides long-term intensive residential treatment in a home-like environment with separate programs for both males and females ages 12 and older. The focus of residential treatment for eating disorders is recovery. An average length of sta y in the residential program is 60 to 90 days.
The Adult Center provides specialized residential treatment center for adults with co-occurring diagnoses of severe or chronic eating disorders and difficult-to-treat cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or other anxiety disorders.
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Weltzin speak to eating disorders among males.. New Staff Psychiatrist Joins Team in Oconomowoc. Rogers Memorial Hospital welcomes Amanda Rizzari, M.D., as a staff psychiatrist. Stigma reduction is possible through education and empowerment.. Eating disorder treatment specialists meet at ICED. Rogers Medical Director Participates in the International Conference on Eati(…)