At Delta, we have the unique ability to help individuals manage substance addictions and any medical concerns resulting from substance usage. We operate a behavioral health treatment center within a major medical hospital to provide comprehensive care. Our treatment approach is holistic, addressing not only the symptoms of substance addiction but the overall well-being of our patients. We consider ourselves a pillar of support in the community, guiding adults battling mental illnesses and substance addiction to emerge victorious. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to restore hope and equip individuals with the necessary skills for long-lasting sobriety.
ABOUT DELTA MEDICAL CENTER
Delta Medical Center, located in Memphis, Tenn., offers residential care, partial hospitalization (PHP), and outpatient care to individuals aged 17 and above seeking treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. On-site detoxification services are available.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Delta Medical Center begins treatment with a series of medical and psychiatric evaluations to develop an individualized treatment plan. If needed, patients undergo medically monitored detoxification.
Treatment includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), family sessions, nutritional and wellness counseling, therapeutic and recreational activities, and spiritual guidance. Group therapy is the primary modality of treatment.
In addition to counseling, educational activities are provided to teach patients about addiction and coping skills. These skills form the foundation of aftercare practices for each patient.
Clients engage in recreational and spiritual guidance activities to foster habits development and physical rehabilitation. Spiritual leaders are available to address the spiritual concerns of patients in a treatment-conducive manner. Family involvement is encouraged throughout treatment, with regular access to family members and opportunities for counseling sessions to rebuild family dynamics.
The treatment team at Delta Medical Center consists of nurses, physicians, counselors, and specialized substance abuse rehab staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Delta Medical Center does not disclose detailed information about residential facilities. As Delta is a hospital, the environment can be expected to have a clinical nature. Alumni, loved ones, and staff members surveyed by Best-rehabs.com provided medium to low ratings for accommodations, averaging 1.4 out of five stars. One anonymous family member described Delta as having a “very depressing atmosphere.”
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Alumni feedback on Delta Medical Center from three surveys conducted by Best-rehabs.com has been largely negative. Ratings for treatment effectiveness, holistic treatment offerings, and counseling options ranged from one to three out of five stars. The main complaints centered around accommodations and treatment ineffectiveness. Suboxone treatment was noted as a strength, but alumni felt ill-prepared for the real world after treatment due to overprescription of unnecessary medications and underprescription of necessary ones.
On Google, Delta Medical Center has an average rating of two out of five stars from 47 reviewers. There were ten positive reviews, five mixed reviews, and 32 negative reviews. The most common complaints relate to poor treatment from staff, misdiagnoses, and inadequate accommodations. One reviewer specifically mentioned verbal abuse to patients, lack of patient privacy/confidentiality, and incompetence among therapists.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Four loved ones provided negative reviews for Delta Medical Center. In Best-rehabs.com surveys, treatment effectiveness was rated an average of two out of five stars, accommodations were rated 1.7 out of five stars, and meals and nutrition received two stars. Holistic treatment offerings and family involvement were both rated 1.5 stars. Specific complaints included lack of family involvement and poor communication.
WHAT STAFF SAY
Two former employees polled by Best-rehabs.com gave Delta Medical Center poor ratings. One employee described incompetent management and poor collaboration with care staff, while the other complained about being let go and alleged laziness among other employees.
Delta Medical Center accepts private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. Financial counseling and assistance are available as needed.