Baptist Health Medical Center-Stuttgart Welcomes Dr. Wylie With Meet-And-Greet In New Geriatric Behavioral Health Unit

STUTTGART, Ark. –In honor of Dr. Paul Wylie, the newest physician seeing geriatric psychiatric patients at Baptist Health Medical Center-Stuttgart, the hospital is hosting a drop-in community meet-and-greet on Wednesday, Jan. 25, from noon to 1 p.m.

Wylie, who has over 25 years of experience practicing medicine, is board certified in psychiatry and sleep medicine. He specializes in anxiety, insomnia, depression, depressive disorders, psychosis, neurocognitive changes, sleep disorders, and other behavioral problems in the elderly.

“Our hospital is not only proud to have Dr. Wylie on board to help care for our patients, but we’re pleased to be able to offer geriatric behavioral health inpatient services for the first time at our facility,” said Kevin Storey, BHMC-Stuttgart administrator. “Our Geriatric Behavioral Health Unit has been open for about a year now and has been very successful. Our goal is to help our elderly residents continue to live happy and full lives as they age.”

BHMC-Stuttgart’s Geriatric Behavioral Health Unit is an inpatient program for adults 55 and older that provides treatment for problems such as depression, dementia, and behavioral changes specific to seniors.

With more than 175 points of access, including nine hospitals, Baptist Health is the state’s most comprehensive healthcare system committed to delivering “All Our Best” to the people of Arkansas. For more information about Baptist Health’s geriatric behavioral health services, call Baptist Health HealthLine at 1-888-BAPTIST.