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Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders offers inpatient care at our licensed Behavioral Health In-Patient Facility.
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Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment
Rosewood Ranch®, the main campus location of Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders, provides acute care for male and female adults.
Rosewood is located in Wickenburg, AZ on 13 beautiful acres high in the Sonora desert with breathtaking views of the Bradshaw mountains. Rosewood Ranch offers a state-of-the-art facility that is very secluded and private, providing the perfect atmosphere for treatment and healing from eating disorders.
We provide comprehensive treatment offered by a group of dedicated and caring professionals who work together on all aspects of our residents’ care. Our multidisciplinary team of experts includes psychiatrists, physicians, masters level therapists, addiction specialists, registered dietitians and nursing staff. Meeting several times throughout the week, the team creates and reviews each resident’s personalized treatment plan, which is based on a series of medical, psychiatric, psychological and nutrition assessments.
Acute Care at Licensed HospitalRosewood Ranch is licensed as an inpatient hospital which enables us to treat medically complicated cases. We are equipped to treat the most severe eating disorder cases. The inpatient facility can accommodate those that are too medically compromised to be accepted into traditional inpatient eating disorder treatment facilities. We are the only program to offer these services in a full and seamless continuum of care.
Locally Grown FoodThe majority of food served at Rosewood is made in-house by Le Cordon Belu Chef, Rachel Tibby. The menu includes locally grown, fresh produce, and meals that are designed to create a wholesome, engaging dining experience.
We Are Equipped to Help:
Males and females, age 12 or older, with severe anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or other eating disorders
Residents less than 70% of their ideal body weight
Residents with severe electrolyte or fluid problems
Residents who require nasogastric feeding
Residents who cannot seek care in a traditional inpatient eating disorder centers due to the severity of their conditions
Acute Care Includes:
24 -hour medical supervision
IV’s for rehydration and electrolyte balancing, if needed
Electrocardiographic Monitoring (EKG)
Feeding Tube Placements, if needed
Medically supervised Detoxification
Our Additional Adult Program Features
Males and females 18 years of age or older
Ability to treat extreme cases of medically compromised residents
Integrated addictions track
Comprehensive nutrition program
Trauma recovery work
Body Image programming
Expressive arts programming
Intensive 5-day Family Program
Full-time, on-site psychiatrists
Individual sessions with multidisciplinary team members
Daily schedule that includes process groups, experiential activities and psycho-educational programming, alumni support program and aftercare follow-up
I have had my ED for almost 20 years. …my doctors gave me an ultimatum, go to an ED hospital or die. I came to Rosewood Ranch in August of 2013. I struggled greatly because I was detoxing there. However, I had a wonderful therapist who was always there if I needed to talk to her. Being able to go to NA and EDA meetings was wonderful and so was also the nutritional information I finally understood.
Eventually I went to Capri. Capri was a wonderful experience. I had the opportunity to fix my own meals, to talk to a great dietitian that helped me understand exchanges as well as the fact that not everything needs to count as an exchange. I was able to have leadership roles, teach some groups, which let me know I can be a leader. Primary group was probably my favorite, because that is where I learned about myself and my peers.
Being at Rosewood has kept me alive. I am so grateful to Rosewood for their love and support. Thank you. ~ Emily T.