Pilgrim Psychiatric Center
Pilgrim Psychiatric Center was established in 1929 and named after Charles W. Pilgrim - Commissioner of Mental Health in the early 1900s. The center was officially opened for the care and treatment for 100 patients transferred from Central Islip State Hospital in 1931. Pilgrim was the largest facility of its kind in the world during its beginning.
This 825 acres campus comprises the main psychiatric center, several residential agencies such as Central Nassau Guidance Center and Transitional Services, CK post, Phoenix House, residential treatment center, nature center, rehabilitation center and museum.
Pilgrim is a modern health care delivery system providing a continuum of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and residential services in evaluation, treatment, crisis intervention, rehabilitation and support for mentally ill adults of Long Island. Outpatient services are available through six centers throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Pilgrim Psychiatric Center accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.Address: 998 Crooked Hill Road , West Brentwood , PO Box A
State: New York
Number of Beds: 700
Total Staff : 0
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