Please be advised that we will be closed from 12/23/17 through 12/25/17 for the Christmas holiday. We will re-open on 12/26/17.
Please also note that we will be closed from 12/30/17 through 1/1/18 for New Year's, re-opening on 1/2/18.
If you need to speak with our on-call physician about an urgent matter, please call 248-608-8800 and follow the instructions provided. If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday and a happy, healthy 2018!
Recent research out of Johns Hopkins has delved into Adderall misuse. RCBM takes medication misuse very seriously. Our response is detailed in the above press release.
Gun control has been a heated and divisive topic for our nation, but RCBM's views on this subject are unwavering. We believe that it is an unnecessary risk for individuals with mental illness to have access to guns.
Symptoms of mental illness vary from one individual to the next. We believe that access to guns is contraindicated in patients with a history of any of the following symptoms:
- -difficulty thinking clearly
- -impulse dyscontrol
- -suicidal ideation and/or a past suicide attempt
- -homicidal ideation
- -anger issues and/or violent tendencies
- -psychosis (hallucinations, delusions)
- -carrying a vendetta against another person or entity
We have heard tragic stories of individuals gaining access to guns thought to be secured, so it is our opinion that locking guns away is not enough.
Ultimately, it is up to patients and their families to have this conversation and make the appropriate decisions. We urge you to make SAFETY your highest priority.