What are some services offered by Moncton City Hospital?


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Moncton Hospital in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, provides critical care and Level 2 trauma care in addition to family medical care, neurosurgery, oncology, interventional radiology and women and children's services, including neonatal intensive care. Inpatient psychiatry, the provincial child and adolescent psychiatric unit and its cardiac rehabilitation program and heart function clinic are among the hospital's other services. As a Maritime referral hospital for acute and trauma cases, Moncton Hospital serves New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and northern Nova Scotia.

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Bone marrow biopsies, breathing function tests, endoscopies and cystoscopies are among the diagnostic and testing services available at Moncton Hospital. Magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, nuclear medicine and fluoroscopies are among the other diagnostic options provided by the hospital. The hospital's specialty clinics include its diabetic, geriatric assessment and healthy aging, family planning and eye clinics. Addiction services, such as a methadone treatment program, inpatient detoxification and a smoking cessation program, are also part of Moncton Hospital's services.

Services available through Moncton's emergency mental health program include mobile crisis response, on-call psychiatric consultations and inpatient admission. Inpatient psychiatric treatment is available to adults experiencing acute mental health episodes upon approval of the emergency on-call psychiatrist. The hospital also houses a youth wellness unit, which includes four inpatient psychiatric treatment beds for children under the age of 17.

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