Medical City Green Oaks Hospital opened its doors in 1983 with the goal of becoming the premier psychiatric treatment facility in North Texas. Providing mental health and chemical dependency treatment for adolescents, adults and seniors, we offer crisis stabilization, emergency services, inpatient care and outpatient treatment. With a variety of scheduling options including day, evening and weekend programs, our mission is to support best clinical practices through community and continued education.
We are committed to developing and emulating the latest, most effective clinical practices, always and, in all things to promote dignity, holding compassion and respect for patients and their families as the absolute standard.
Green Oaks Hospital is recognized as the most progressive, most effective, most innovative psychiatric system, delivering services and providing community education with patient care as the driving force in all endeavors.
Our Core Values
- Compassion / Respect
- Safety Awareness
- Professionalism / Accountability
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If any individual has any concerns about patient care and safety in the hospital, please contact management at (972) 991-9504 or you can contact JCAHO at (800) 994-6610 or e-mail complaint to JCAHO.org.