Founded in the 1930’s, Fairfax has served Western Washington for more than 80 years, continuously building a reputation for providing the best and most compassionate patient centered care.
Fairfax Behavioral Health operates a 157-bed, standalone psychiatric hospital, located in Kirkland, WA; composed of six units providing specialized treatment for mental health and co-occurring disorders (concurrent mental illness and substance abuse issues), as well as detoxification services for both adolescents and adults.
Fairfax also operates a 30-bed adult general psychiatric unit, located in Everett, WA on the seventh floor of the Providence Medical Center’s Pacific campus. Fairfax cares for both voluntarily admitted and involuntarily committed patients at both locations.
Patient recovery is important to the staff at Fairfax and we are committed to a supportive environment and an ongoing plan for long-term sobriety and improved mental health. Fairfax is dedicated to educating the public to the value of identifying and treating behavioral illnesses, addictions and their impact on people’s lives.
Treatment services include screening, orientation, assessment, detoxification services, treatment planning, crisis intervention, consultation, inpatient and partial hospitalization services, education, referral as well as, individual, family and group counseling.
Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) has built an impressive record of continuous achievement and performance since it was founded in 1979 by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alan B. Miller.
UHS subsidiaries own and operate 241 facilities, including 25 acute care hospitals, 216 behavioral health facilities and three surgery centers in 37 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United Kingdom, and employ more than 68,000 people.