Rapid Opiate Detox Performed In Accredited Hospital

Don't Take Chances With Unsafe Rapid Opiate Detox Programs

You deserve the absolute best treatment out there if you are suffering with opiate dependence or opiate addiction. For more than a decade, our rapid detox center has treated thousands of patients with this problem and has a high rate of success in keeping people off opiates.

Our opiate detox program helps patients overcome a debilitating dependency to opiate drugs including OxyContin, Vicodin and methadone. We combat this problem with a detox procedure that's performed in a full-service hospital and after care facility.

Our hospital is one of the few in the country that offers rapid opiate detox. As professionals in this field, our doctors believe it's necessary to detox in a safe, regulated facility where doctors and nurses can intervene if there is a problem.

Why Is Hospital Accreditation Important When It Comes To Rapid Drug Detox?

Our rapid detox program is undertaken in a hospital that is accredited by JCAHO, or Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. This helps to ensure safety protocols and standards are met and surpassed. Patients can have peace of mind in knowing that they're being treated in a top of the line facility.

Our procedure, known in the medical community as Ultra Rapid Opiate Detox (UROD), takes place in the intensive care unit of the hospital. It begins with admission and pre-screening with tests that include blood and urine analysis and physical and psychological evaluation.

How Is Rapid Detox Performed?

From there, patients are lightly sedated under deep sedation and are given intravenous medicine that cleanses the opiate receptors thoroughly. This accelerates the withdrawal process and symptoms develop and pass while patients are sedated. This is one of the many keys to our success, as most patients equate opiate detox and withdrawal with suffering.

Being able to eliminate this pain is important for the success of our patients. The procedure lasts little more than an hour, and when patients awaken, they are free of opiate addiction. This post-detox phase requires close monitoring to avoid complications. Patients who complete a few days worth of monitoring are then transferred to our aftercare facility.

Why You Deserve More

There are numerous opiate treatment programs out there, offering any number of therapies to combat opiate addiction. The problem is that not all of them are safe. And many of them don't have a proven track record when it comes to long-term recovery.

As we see it, the main goal of any treatment program should be to provide safe, humane treatment that results in lasting recovery. Patients should always look for a program that offers treatment in a professional medical setting that is nationally accredited. This can make all the difference in your quest for wellness.