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Parkside Expanding in Size


FACILITY GROUNDBREAKING: Taking part in the recent groundbreaking for Parkside Psychiatric Hospital are, from left, Parkside CEO Debra Jones; Donne Pitman, with Chapman Foundations Management; Alana Hughes, with Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation; Judy Kishner, with The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation; Greg Foland, with Morningcrest Healthcare Foundation; Parkside Board President Robert Farris; Julie Rotman, with Charles and Peggy Stephenson Family Foundation; State Representative Monroe Nichols; Mayor G. T. Bynum; Eric Richards, with Maxine and Jack Zarrow Family Foundation; and Mike Bartel, with A. R. and Marylouise Tandy Foundation. 


Courtesy Propeller Communications


Parkside Psychiatric Hospital recently broke ground on a 114,500-square-foot patient care treatment center, to be located on the corner of 13th Street and Trenton Avenue, adjacent to its current facility at 1619 E. 13th St. 

Parkside is a not-for-profit psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinic that has been helping those coping with mental health and substance abuse problems since 1959. Parkside provides both inpatient and outpatient services in an effort to improve the quality of life of those affected by mental illness and related disorders.

In 2016, Parkside admitted 2,000 patients, and there were 800 active patients who received outpatient care. However, Parkside could not admit 238 callers due to lack of space, and an additional 217 individuals did not receive care because current rooms house four patients at a time, limiting admissions on the basis of gender.

Parkside’s new facility will feature 80 single-occupancy patient beds, and its current hospital will be renovated to create 16 substance abuse rehabilitation rooms.
The project has been funded by members of Tulsa’s philanthropic community.

Updated 08-29-2017

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