Dr. Zaki is currently the Director of Psychiatry here at Eagleville Hospital, coming to us from Kirkbride Hospital in Philadelphia where he worked as Medical Director for the Dual Diagnosis Unit. He has his Medical Degree from Cairo Degree in Egypt and completed his psychiatric residency at the Medical College in Philadelphia. Dr. Zaki completed an MBA/M.S. in Health Care Administration and Health Care Finance and a Master's of Human Resources Administration from Temple University School of Business.
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
As the only hospital in Pennsylvania specifically and solely licensed for the treatment of substance use disorders, Eagleville is a 308-bed non-profit service, prevention, research, education and training organization. As a pioneer in the treatment of substance use disorders, Eagleville offers a variety of hospital and non-hospital programs for men and women in need of treatment for substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and other behavioral health problems. Eagleville's programs incorporate the expertise of physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, addiction counselors and therapists. These specialists work together to design and monitor a treatment plan to meet the individual patient need.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
I worked there as a student nurse. The care was good.
I was unsatisfied with the care as I was being treated for alcohol abuse/alcoholism, during my entire stay I never attended an AA meeting. All meetings in the area where I was were Narcotics Anonymous...
Separates male females, Good meetings, Has things to keep busy. Food stinks.Too many people in a room. Don't check enough to see people breaking rules
Caring staff, not enough beds. Seems to be one of the better run facilities
dual diagnosis and handling different types of problems other than drugs and alcohol, excellent facility they really helped me out
Treatment in addiction was good but no WiFi useage. This is my #1 choice
Effective but depression was an issue for me
Organized, respectful, understanding, clean and easy admittance but unorganized, no free time. Eagleville was a rock for me at a disturbing time of my life. I continue to this day to use tools that I ...
Location and ease of admission was a strength but they didn't address all issues.
The facility's strengths are they have great programs of all sorts for any patient. The facility's weaknesses are they sometimes do not give enough encouragement to the patient on not giving up. I'd s...
Eagleville hospital is a joke, its Horrible, I wouldn\'t send my dog there, patients that go there beware, go to white deer run, so think before going to eagleville. hospital
I went to eagleville last year for detox. Stayed 5 days felt like a lifetime. And left with a huge black and blue from them taking my blood. Staff treated me like I was an inmate in prison. It was he...
One of my family members attended there and i visited him and the staff were horrible and rude, there were two nice nurses but everyone else were very rude. Not to mention the outside looks so nice bu...
It was helpful in all ways. It was a good facility if you need it.
Do not go here, I relapsed after 9 months after I went to a faith based program. Instead of gonna back to that place I went to Florida. They keep you busy during the day but offer no aftercare program...
Overall, highly recommended to all seeking treatment. The counseling, cleanliness, safety and treatment programming were all excellent.
I believe this facility is awesome and has great counselors that are ex addicts/alcoholics which in my opinion are better equipped to help other addicts and/or alcoholics. The counseling and 12-step i...
I never stayed there a close family member did and she hated it there! She signed her self out and went back to the drugs! The N/A meetings and the fact that it was open to the public was a benefit.
The facility could use improvement.
It is worthwhile.
I worked as a Certified Peer Specialist with people who have substance abuse and mental illness. Overall, I would rate this facility a B- . They have qualified doctors and staff. The patients have ma...
I've been in this industry for over ten years and have built three different types of facilities. This is by far the worst in terms of detox protocol especially for alcohol dependency or benzos... Gue...
The facility includes staff members who are themselves in recovery, which can be a vitally important aspect to a client’s treatment. Overall I would say that Eagleville is a well-balanced treatment ...
Case managers ... were wonderful in my daughter's discharge planning. [Staff member] especially was very knowledgable and empathetic. I have seen other facilities with posh surroundings, but posh surr...
Overall program was excellent. Staff was exceptionally competent and very empathetic. Medical treatment was superb. For an institution, food was very delicious, courteously served, nutritious and g...
This and many rehabs work if you stay long enough. We find this facility, like all rehabs, are expensive and don't treat addicts long enough. 90 days covered by insurance is the best way. It is big en...
No 12 step mtg. Disgusting living conditions. 3 people to a room and personal belongings every where. Broken mirrors, dirt and mold everywhere. Not enough counseling or life solutions discussed. No af...
I would recommend to others because they rock!
Worth the cost of stay....I'm still clean!
- Medical Detoxification
Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
- Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
Dr. Hani Zaki - Director, Psychiatry
Maureen King Pollock - Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Pollock is the Chief Executive Officer of Eagleville Hospital. Before coming to Eagleville Hospital as Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Pollock served as Director of Planning for Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital, planning analyst and consultant for Medicon, Inc. and a former Board Member of the Child Guidance Clinic of Delaware County. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from Widener University.
This Center is Known For...
- Gender Specific Groups
- Relapse Prevention
- Substance Abuse Education
- Yes Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- No Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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