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Behavioral Health at Tucker Pavilion

Tucker Pavilion is located at HCA Virginia’s Chippenham Hospital in Central Virginia. We offer a full range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services for children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. Additionally, we offer HCA Virginia’s outpatient, short-term partial hospitalization program (PHP).

Inpatient services

At Tucker Pavilion, we provide treatment for conditions such as psychosis, mood disorders and dual diagnoses (chemical dependency with a primary psychiatric disorder). Services include detoxification, education, coping skill enhancement, peer support and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) for all ages.

Tucker Pavilion history

Tucker Pavilion was founded in 1912 by Beverly Randolph Tucker, M.D., as The Neurological Sanatorium, a seven-bed hospital located on East Grace Street in Richmond. Today, Tucker Pavilion has grown into a 137-bed psychiatric hospital with a full range of behavioral health services for seniors, adults, adolescents and children. Known to many in Central Virginia simply as “Tucker,” we have maintained our reputation for excellence in behavioral health for over a century. We are dedicated to providing treatment which promotes emotional and behavioral wellness.

Community partnership

Tucker Pavilion proudly continues a long-standing tradition of providing behavioral health services to the community by using innovative therapeutic services with a personalized approach to care. We work closely with community partners such as The Jason Foundation, which is dedicated to the prevention of the “silent epidemic” of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators, youth workers and parents with the tools and resources needed to help identify and assist at-risk youth.