University Hospital offers a variety of behavioral health services including inpatient psychiatric services, psychiatric emergency services and mobile crisis. Inpatient psychiatric services include general adult units and, a psychobiology research unit where patients may have an opportunity to participate in studies of psychiatric medications. Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) is open 24 hours a day, located adjacent to the medical emergency department at University Hospital and is offered for individuals in crisis, including those experiencing suicidal and/or homicidal feelings. In addition, a mobile crisis team is available through PES to respond to emergency situations in the community 24 hours a day.
Todd Grogan - RN, BC, BSN is the clinical director of psychiatry services for the Health Alliance at University Hospital. Todd has worked in the field of psychiatry for more than 15 years. Throughout his career, he has worked in several areas of mental health, including child and family, adult and geriatric psychiatry. Todd received his diploma in nursing from the Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing. He is board certified in psychiatric/mental health nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. He received his bachelor of science in nursing from The University of Cincinnati and is currently working on a master’s degree in organization leadership.
Jan Toler - RN, BSN is a clinical manager in inpatient psychiatry at University Hospital. Jan has worked in the field of psychiatry for 16 years with experience in: adolescent psychiatry, adult acute inpatient hospitalization and adult and child MR/DD services while in Cleveland. She has worked at University Hospital in several capacities including: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse on inpatient psychiatry and as a manager. Jan received her Associates Degree in nursing at Cincinnati State Technical College and her bachelor of science in nursing at the University of Cincinnati and is presently considering her MBA.
Margaret Clark (Picture not available) - RN, BC, BSN is a clinical manager in inpatient psychiatry at University Hospital. Margie has over 16 years of psychiatric experience in a variety of mental health settings. She has worked in civil and forensic inpatient psychiatry, outpatient psychiatry and the emergency room. Margie received her BSN from the University of Purdue and is board certified in psychiatric/mental health nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree from Loyola University.
Andrew Winters - LISW is the administrative manager for Psychiatric Emergency Services and the behavior management specialists at University Hospital. He earned his bachelors degree from The University of Georgia and completed his masters work at The University of Cincinnati earning a certificate in Specialized Mental Health. He has worked in Georgia, Tennessee, and Ohio in inpatient and outpatient mental health for more than 12 years and has been with University Hospital since 2002.
Janie M. Mynatt - MSSW, LISW is the social work manager for the Mobile Crisis Team, the Center for Emergency Care, inpatient psychiatry and the chemical dependency specialist at University Hospital. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Northern Kentucky University and graduate degree in social work administration from Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville. Ms. Mynatt joined University Hospital in February of 2000. She has several years experience working in Northern Kentucky serving the homeless population and was chair of the Northern Kentucky Housing and Homeless Coalition. Ms. Mynatt has experience in both psychiatric and medical social work.
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