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Spotlight on behavioral health with Palomar Health

How to spot signs of anxiety, depression and trauma to help your child heal. Sponsored by: Palomar Health

SAN DIEGO — Palomar Health has been recognized nationally for providing top quality healthcare. And this year they are leading the way with advancements in technology, resources, even new facilities to serve San Diego County. Palomar CEO Diane Hansen joins our Laura Cavanaugh to share exciting new developments, including a new inpatient rehabilitation hospital and behavioral health hospital.

Palomar Health was recently honored with an award by Newsweek, landing on the list of World’s Best Hospitals.

“I am so incredibly proud. Our team of professionals have not only earned this award for this particular year, but we’ve earned it for the last three years in a row. What a terrific accomplishment,” said Hansen. “I’m so proud of our physicians, our nurses, and other clinicians, the entire Palomar Health family, for the tremendous work that they do every day.”

Throughout the pandemic, doctors reported seeing an uptick in depression, anxiety, even child suicide. It is more important than ever to recognize signs of trauma and depression to determine if your child may need help with getting the right support and treatment.

Palomar Health is currently working on a new stand-alone, 140-bed behavioral health hospital to serve North County’s most vulnerable population. Palomar’s team of behavioral health specialists can help transform patients’ stories of despair into stories of hope.

Palomar Health offers 20 locations and 200 primary and specialty care physicians. For high quality care wherever you are on your health journey, click here

Sponsored by Palomar Health