About Pulaski County Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit
The Pulaski County Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit, staffed by UAMS Health providers, is the state’s first nationally-accredited unit and the first UAMS program to be accredited by CARF International. CARF International provides accreditation worldwide for behavioral health programs.
The 16-bed unit provides an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization or emergency room visits for persons in crisis or who encounter law enforcement due to their psychiatric condition. The staff includes a multi-disciplinary team of UAMS Health nurses, social workers, prescribers and psychiatric technicians. The unit serves Pulaski, Perry, Saline, Lonoke, Jefferson and Grant counties.
When entering the parking lot from West Roosevelt Road at the South Booker Street intersection, drive to the far right corner of the parking lot. There are special reserved labeled parking spots in front of the entrance to the Pulaski County Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit.
Directions From the Parking Area
The entrance to the Pulaski County Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit is an exterior door on the right side of the Pulaski County District Court building on the side facing West Roosevelt Road. The door is at the top of a short set of stairs. A ramp is available to the left of the stairs.
UAMS Health MyChart
UAMS Health MyChart is a patient portal that gives you free, secure 24-hour online access to your health information. You can see your lab and test results, send messages to your doctor, make appointments, refill prescriptions and pay your bills. Ask your clinic staff or hospital nurse how to sign up for UAMS Health MyChart.