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Larkin Hospital offers a comprehensive Inpatient Detoxification
Inpatient Detox Center & Treatment Program
Choosing to quit an addiction to alcohol, prescription painkillers, or drugs without medical assessment and treatment can cause significant and potentially life-threatening complications. Larkin Health System offers a comprehensive Inpatient Detoxification Program at three of its Hospitals located across Miami-Dade and Broward County, which are based on your individual needs and medical recommendations.
Each person that enters Larkin Hospital for inpatient detoxification is assured individualized treatment and high-quality medical care. Our medical staff understands the importance of working with you, monitoring you, and assisting with your personalized needs because your detoxification is unique and you may respond differently than someone else.
The length of your stay will depend on the substance you have been using, as well as the dosage and how long you have been addicted. Your treatment team will recommend the next level of care; and assist you with accommodations to suit you on your road to recovery.
Detox & Admission Process
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Speak with our admission and treatment staff to answer any questions about the program. All information is kept confidential and there is no obligation when you call.
Our admissions office is open Monday through Sunday from 8 AM to 8 PM.
The Admissions Process
The process involves:
- A thorough assessment of your condition and treatment options
- A review of financial and insurance issues
- A determination of transportation needs.
Depending on your transporation needs we will either pick you up or you will be dropped off at one of the convenient facilities near you. You will be brought to your room and your detoxification treatment will begin.
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Just give us a call at 305-491-7553 or just click the button below.
What is Medical Detox?
Medical Detox is the treatment of alcohol, opioid, and other drug withdrawal symptoms in a acute care (hospital) setting using pharmacological and therapeutic methods. Consistently using an addictive substance leads to a chemical imbalance in the body and an increasing reliance on the drug.
This is why abruptly stopping a substance after the body has developed a reliance is unsuccessful and dangerous. Withdrawal symptoms can range from minor discomfort including nausea, fever, and sweating to life-threatening conditions such as seizures, delirium tremens, and cardiovascular complications.
Rather than abruptly discontinuing an addictive drug, the body needs to be gradually tapered off which either gives it a chance to reestablish the proper chemical processes or to replace the drug with another controlled substance.
Therefore, medical detox requires the resources of a hospital, comprising of board-certified psychiatrists and internists, pharmacists, nurses, therapists, and professional addiction counselors that are constantly monitoring your vital signs, incrementally replacing and tapering you off of the drug, and providing therapeutic services that serve to replace the addiction.
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