Memorial Hospital has a unique unit that specializes in diagnosing and treating the complex behavioral health problems of older adults. The ROSE (Rehabilitation of Special Elderly) Unit is an area-renowned program, which focuses on coping with the stressful issues associated with aging. These issues may include grief, loneliness, dealing with an illness or a physical disability, changing status, conflicts with adult children, death, and dying.
The ROSE Unit’s goal is to improve each patient’s quality of life. The program emphasizes a holistic treatment philosophy, so equal importance is placed on healing the mind, body, and spirit.