You Are So Much
More than a Label
At Bloom, conditions are simply a starting point in helping the whole individual.
A disorder that creates symptoms related to inattention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity that leads to difficulty focusing in both children and adults.
A disorder that causes changes in mood, behavior, energy and focus with phases of intense emotions and behavior changes.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
A disorder of repeating obsessions (thoughts) and compulsions (behaviors) that can’t be controlled with anxiety that urges toward action.
A mental health disorder characterized by feelings of worry, anxiety, or fear that are strong enough to interfere with daily activities.
A mood disorder that causes persistent sadness, fatigue, hopelessness, and loss of interest.
A distinct form of anxiety that causes individuals to change their behavior or feel anxious about future attacks.
Care Teams at Bloom
We practice a Care Team model at Bloom, so we can give patients access to all the support they need when they need it. Care teams comprise providers from multiple specialties all working together for the benefit of each individual.
What services do you provide?
We provide psychiatric and psychological evaluations, medication management, talk therapy, psychological and neuropsychological testing, as well as TMS therapy and esketamine (Spravato®) therapy.
Do you offer in-person appointments?
Yes. While most appointments are still delivered via telehealth, we believe in meeting patients where they are, and providing the flexibility to meet in-person as requested and appropriate. Please contact the Patient Care Center at our main number (1-667-668-2566) to discuss appointment options.
Do you have providers who speak other languages?
Yes! We have providers who speak multiple languages, including languages such as Spanish, Farsi, Urdu, Hindi, and Tagalog. Please contact the Patient Care Center at our main number (1-667-668-2566) if you’d like to inquire about a specific language.
Can you refill my medication before my next visit?
A prescriber at Bloom Health Centers will typically provide prescriptions to last until the next scheduled appointment. We urge you to schedule your follow-up appointment before you conclude your visit so that you do not run out of your medications. In situations where you must cancel your scheduled appointment for a valid reason, the prescriber may provide a bridge refill as a one-time courtesy. It may seem inconvenient, but best practice is to manage medications in person. We want to ensure that you are doing well, and you are getting the correct medications at the correct dose for your health condition. For routine and non-emergent schedule changes, please call the Patient Care Center at the main number (1-667-668-2566). For urgent requests, you are encouraged to contact your provider directly; however, for emergencies, please go to the nearest emergency room.
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