The safety and well-being of patients and staff at Unity Center for Behavioral Health is our number one priority. We will provide regular updates on our work to remedy deficiencies identified by the Oregon Health Authority. Our staff and leadership care deeply about the people we serve and are committed to ensuring that people in our community living with mental illness have continued access to the care we provide at Unity Center.
In this update, you will find information about:
Oregon Health Authority Plan of Correction
Unity Center has fully implemented the improvements to the physical environment, practices and procedures that were noted by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) in their Statement of Deficiencies. The OHA accepted the revised Unity Center Plan of Correction on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018.
As of Friday, September 28, 2018 we have cross-trained eleven Legacy Health RNs to create a backup resource pool of nurses available to support Unity Center.
Unity Center capacity
The average daily census at Unity Center for the last 7 calendar days is 73 patients. This number reflects a combined census for Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) and inpatient units.
(Time period: 9/22-9/28/18)