MA Special Needs Facilities
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Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH): State Hospitals and Community Mental Health Centers
- The DMH have their own police department, which handles all DMH Facilities with the exception of the following
- Kindred Hospital Springfield (Former Springfield Municipal Hospital, which still does long term care), which rents a 40 Bed unit out to the DMH as a replacement for Northampton State Hospital.
- DMH Facilities housed at DPH Facilities utilize the DPH Police. Bridgewater State Hospital utilizes the Department of Correction for security.
- This project of finding the frequencies started from work related meetings at some of these facilities. Most frequencies are simplex.
|Lemuel Shattuck Hospital DPH Police (Boston)||453.1500||R||151.4||DMH wards and DOC Prison Ward, Massachusetts Mental Health Center; Lemuel Shattuck started the gathering of vital statistics in Boston.||2013.05.19 ecps92|
|Lemuel Shattuck Hospital||464.9625||R||TRBO||Facility Operations||2011.12.11 N1BHH|
|Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) DMH Police||453.6875||R||136.5||DMH Police
Dr Solomon Carter Fuller was the first known black psychiatrist
|Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Community Mental Health Center (CMHC)||463.7250||R||?||Maint/Admin|
|Dr. Erich Lindemann Community (CMHC)/DMH Headquarters (AKA Lindemann Center) DMH Police||453.1625||R||D423||Dr. Erich Lindemann was a big influence on social psychiatry and the creation of community mental health centers, no inpatient beds here, all were moved to Fuller.||2012.04.28|
|Tewksbury Hospital DPH Police||453.1500||R||123.0|
|Taunton State Hospital DMH Police||453.8000||R||162.2|
|Westboro State Hospital DMH Police (Closed)||154.0250||S||146.2|
|Worcester State Hospital DMH Police||155.4000||S||79.7|
|Bridgewater State Hospital||DOC TRS||Forensic Only|
|Quincy CMHC DMH Police||158.7750||S||?|
|Pocasset CMHC (Bourne) DMH Police||158.7750||S||?|
|Dr. John C. Corrigan CMHC (Fall River) DMH Police||158.7750||S||?|
|Brockton Multi-Services Center DMH Police||158.7750||S||?|
|Dr. Harry C. Solomon CMHC (Lowell) DMH Police||453.8375||151.4||Dr. Harry C. Solomon: "Inspired a new generation of respect for the mentally ill"-Plaque in the lobby of the Lowell CMHC.|
|Boston State Hospital||Closed 1979|
|Danvers State Hospital||Closed 1992||Now Apartments|
|Foxboro State Hospital||Closed 1978||Now Foxboro Public Safety Complex and other uses|
|Gardner State Hospital||Closed 1975||Now DOC North Central Correctional Institution|
|Grafton State Hospital||Closed 1973||Now Tufts Veterinary School/Job Corps.|
|Medfield State Hospital||Closed 2003|
|Metropolitan State Hospital (Waltham)||Closed 1992|
|Northampton State Hospital||Closed 1993||2010 Major Redevelopment|
|Westboro State Hospital||Closed 2010||?|
Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) Hospitals
- No DPH Hospitals have emergency rooms. DPH hospitals provide specialized long term care. Lemuel Shattuck Hospital is a full service DPH hospital and has a operating room.
|Lemuel Shattuck Hospital (Boston) DPH Police||453.1500||R||151.4||2013.05.19 ecps92|
|Tewksbury Hospital DPH Police||453.1500||R||123.0|
|Western Mass Hospital (Westfield) DPH Police||154.5700||?||?|
|Rutland Heights State Hospital||Closed 1991|
|Cushing State Hospital (Framingham)||Closed 1991||Redeveloped into housing, chapel still stands|
|Lakeville State Hospital||Closed 1991|
|Pondville State Hospital (Norfolk)||Closed 1981||Was a State Run Cancer Hospital,Then became Southwood Hospital in 1982
(Complete with ER, a campus of Norwood Hospital) which closed in 2003
Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation (DMR) Regional/Developmental Centers
- These facilities are mostly long term care specialized group homes reserved for only the most severely developmentally disabled and who have special situations that would prevent them from living in community group homes. DMR has its own police force for its larger facilities.
|Dr. Walter E. Fernald Developmental Center (Waltham) DMR Police||154.8450||127.3||Dr. Walter E. Fernald was the first Superintendent (Closing)|
|Dr. Walter E. Fernald Developmental Center (Waltham) Ops/Maint||154.0850||S||127.3||Voice Paging||2011.02.28|
|Dr. Walter E. Fernald Developmental Center (Waltham) Alarms||151.6850||151.4||2011.09.14|
|Hogan Regional Center (Danvers)||?||?||DMR Police force was disbanded at this facility, might reappear with other facilities closing|
|Galvin Regional Center (Shrewsbury)||?||?||(Closing)|
|Monson Developmental Center DMR Police||155.3250||S||103.5||AKA Monson State Hospital (Closing)|
|Templeton Developmental Center DMR Police||?||?||(Closing)|
|Wrentham Developmental Center DMR Police||158.9550||?|
|Belchertown Developmental Center||Closed 1992|
|JT Berry Developmental Center (North Reading)||Closed 1996|
|Paul A Dever Developmental Center (Taunton)||Closed 2002|
Massachusetts Soldier's Homes
- Soldier's Homes located Holyoke and Chelsea provide long-term care, acute care, day surgery at Chelsea's Soldier's Home and numerous other programs to MA veterans.
|Holyoke Soldier's Home Police||453.1125 R or 168.525?||146.2|
|Chelsea Soldier's Home/Quigley Memorial Hospital Police||?||?|
Massachusetts Private inpatient psychiatric hospitals
- Stand a lone Psych hospitals usually use Simplex HTs in the business band and are usually unlicensed
- If the hospital is not attached to a general hospital it will be referred to as a "stand alone"
- Very little formal radio traffic in most of these stand alone hospitals with the exception of radio checks and psychiatric emergencies. Listening to them is not like listening to campus police departments. Most of the radio traffic is by the person's name . Most of the time you will here "Code ____" and thats the end of the radio traffic for that incident.
- A lot of General hospitals are points of entry for emergency psychiatric care (E.G. Section 12s, etc.)