Psychiatric Services at Fair Oaks Pavilion 

Delray Medical Center offers progressive, high-quality inpatient psychiatric programs for adults at Fair Oaks Pavilion, a 53-bed psychiatric center on campus. Dynamic, caring professionals work in harmony to help improve quality of life for those with acute or chronic psychiatric disorders, addictions, or other conditions requiring therapeutic intervention.

Programs include inpatient care for persons with emotional disorders, including dual diagnosis (emotional disorder combined with chemical dependence), Medical Detoxification, Geriatric Program, and Electro-Convulsive Therapy.


Inpatient Program

Designed to address a variety of emotional disorders, including a dual diagnosis, this structured, nurturing environment provides close observation and treatment while promoting a higher level of independence.

Goals include:

    • Becoming a stronger decision-maker
    • Enhancing social skills and self-esteem
    • Emerging from self-isolation
    • Developing independent functioning

Upon admission patients receive a psychiatric and medical evaluation. Using this information, a professional, multi-disciplinary team of affiliated physicians, licensed psychiatric nurses, Master's level therapists, mental health counselors, and clinical case managers develop an individualized treatment plan.

Treatment plans include:

    • Leisure activities
    • Group discussions
    • Individualized therapy
    • Education programs
    • Family sessions
    • Discharge planning
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Medical Detoxification Program

In a supportive setting, the Medical Detoxification Program offers medical and professional support needed to help patients achieve stability, while working through addictive and compulsive behaviors.

Our professional, multidisciplinary staff understands the needs of those with substance abuse problems. Upon admission, medical and psychiatric physicians evaluate patients for stabilization and detoxification. Learn more about the Medical Detoxification Program here or at:

Programs and therapies include:

  • Relapse prevention
  • 12-Step program
  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings
  • Narcotics Anonymous meetings
  • Educational programs (nutrition, medications, relaxation, coping)
  • Family session

Geriatric Program

This inpatient program is for older adults who may be experiencing mental illnesses that prohibit participation in normal activities of daily living. Patients receive both psychiatric and medical evaluations within 24 hours of admission. Individual treatment plans are developed in conjunction with patient and family, and coordinated by the treatment team of licensed professionals.

Programs and therapies include:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family session

Contact Us

Information, admissions and referral services open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Call (561) 495-3737 or 1-800-956-7632.