Mental Health

There are two main arms of this service at Osborne Park Hospital, being:

  • Osborne Community Mental Health Service
  • Osborne Park Older Adult Mental Health Service

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Osborne Community Mental Health Service

A multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and psychiatric nurses together provide services for:

  • Adults, ages 18 - 65 years.
  • Psychiatric disorders.

Services include outpatient assessment and treatment and individual, group, couple and family therapy for people who reside in the OPH catchment area (PDF).

Rehabilitation, and counselling and group work programs are available along with a full range of occupational therapy groups for clients attending the clinic.

We cannot help with:

  • Alcohol and drug addiction.
  • Marital problems.

Referral Process

Community Mental Health Referrals (Word) can be accepted from GPs, hospitals and other agencies. Self referral is also accepted. The waiting period is variable.

View more information about the NMHS Community Mental Health Service (external site).

Osborne Park Older Adult Mental Health Service

Osborne Park Older Adult Mental Health is a specialised service for people who are 65 years or over, reside in the OPH catchment area (PDF) and have a mental health disorder or are experiencing difficulties related to dementia (e.g. severe behavioural problems that cannot be managed by other services or family).

Those people who meet the referral criteria are usually assessed in their own home by members of the multidisciplinary team. Once individuals' needs are identified by the team they may be referred to one or more of the following older adult mental health programs:

  • community support
  • outpatient appointments
  • therapy services
  • carer support
  • admission to the Acute Admission Unit.

The 24 Bed Acute Admission Unit is for clients requiring mental health assessment, management and stabilisation.

Referral Process

Written Older Adult Mental Health Referrals (Word) from GPs or mental health professionals should be addressed to the Duty Officer of the day.

View more information about the NMHS Older Adult Mental Health Service (external site)

Last Updated: 08/03/2022