Other conditions

Mental health conditions are wide ranging. People can experience different mental health challenges at different times in their lives or following different life experiences.

A number of Ramsay Mental Health services offer a general mental health ward, to care for patients experiencing general mental health issues and mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression.

Inpatient Programs

Ramsay Clinic Beleura provides specialist inpatient programs for patients aged 18 years and over requiring psychiatric intervention for a range of mental health concerns including;

  • Post-Traumatic Stress disorders
  • Mood disorders, Depression, Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorders
  • Psychoses
  • Personality disorders
  • Difficult medication changes
  • Self-harm behaviours
  • Alcohol addiction problems

Patients experience tailored and holistic treatment to ensure the best possible outcome. They are supported by a highly professional and passionate mental health team including psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, allied health professionals and general medical staff.

How to make a referral

Patients who would like to access the inpatient program will require a GP referral to our Intake Service. If you prefer to choose your own Psychiatrist, please use our specialist directory tool to find and contact a Psychiatrist and request a referral through your GP.

To make a GP referral contact the Intake Service directly on 03 5976 0840.

On admission, the admitting nurse and patient will identify goals of admission which then assists the team and patient to identify which groups would meet their individual needs.

Accessing the program

We recommend potential patients verify their eligibility with their private health insurance and ensure they have the appropriate level of cover.

General Enquiries

For all general enquiries regarding Beleura Mental Health services call 03 5974 0660.

Day Programs

Outpatient treatment options are suited to patients who are no longer in acute crisis but who need further support to recover.

The diverse collection of tailored therapeutic programs available at Beleura Private Hospital can assist patients during the transition period following discharge from a hospital admission, during times of crisis or episodes of heightened stress and anxiety, or as ongoing support to maintain mental health and wellbeing.

Our day programs are group based and teach individuals’ effective strategies to manage their mental health. They also offer a forum to share with others in a similar situation, providing an opportunity to feel connected and reduce sense of isolation. The programs we offer include;

  • Pushing away your poison
  • Managing Mood Disorders
  • Support, Strategies & Sobriety
  • Managing Anxiety Disorders
  • Expression through Art & Journaling
  • Staying on Track for Women
  • 1825 Young Peoples Group

How to make a referral

Patients who would like to access the day programs will require a GP referral to our Intake Service. If you prefer to choose your own Psychiatrist, please use our specialist directory tool to find and contact a Psychiatrist and request a referral through your GP.

GPs wishing to make a referral please contact 03 5976 0840.

The patient will then be allocated to one of our admitting Psychiatrists who will complete a one-off assessment before beginning their relevant Day Program.

Accessing the program

We recommend potential patients verify their eligibility with their private health insurance and ensure they have the appropriate level of cover. Please contact us if you are interested in self-funded rates, health fund rebates and work cover funding.

General Enquiries

For all general enquiries regarding Beleura Mental Health services call 03 5974 0660.



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