As a proven leader in the field of behavioral health, Royal Oaks Hospital stands ready to serve all acute behavioral health care inpatient needs for children, adolescents and adults 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our experts continually strive to set the standards in patient safety and are committed to providing the highest quality of care to you and your loved ones. Royal Oaks Hospital believes in the health and wellbeing of our patients and it shows in the care they receive each and every day.
Royal Oaks Hospital is a newly renovated, state-of-the-art, 54-bed behavioral health care facility. Together, our multi-disciplinary team of Adult and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Social Workers, Expressive Therapists and Education Specialists create a nurturing and inviting atmosphere which encourages both healing and growth. Patients and families can be assured through our academic training programs including an affiliation with the University of Missouri, that our providers are educated in the latest in medical, nursing and psychosocial behavioral health services. Royal Oaks Hospital’s objective upon admission is to properly assess each individual to ensure they receive the treatment they need in the least restrictive and most cost-effective environment.
Treatment is individualized and tailored to each person’s unique needs. Upon admission, most individuals complete a multi-structured assessment which includes a medical examination, laboratory work, psychiatric evaluation, psychological testing and a psycho-social history and evaluation. Our ultimate goal is to provide a solid foundation of support and clinical expertise in the safest environment possible before transitioning patients back into the community as they pursue the next phase of their recovery, healing and overall wellness in an outpatient setting of their choice.
Oakwood Hospital opened its doors in 1987 in Windsor, Missouri, with 41 beds.
Under new ownership and a complete restructuring of management and clinical ideology, it became Royal Oaks Hospital in October 1992.
On July 1, 2004, the hospital became a part of the Compass Health Network, allowing the organization to provide a continuum of care to the people and communities we serve.