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Georgia Regional is part of a series of mental health hospitals intended to decentralize mental health services in the state and bring patients treatment as near as possible to their homes. This 205-bed hospital provides psychiatric care of the highest quality to mentally ill adults, emotionally disturbed children and geriatric patients from throughout the region. Georgia Regional's psychiatric emergency receiving facility is open 24 hours a day.

Location: 1915 Eisenhower Dr, Savannah Georgia 31406 Telephone 912-356-2011

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