- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
CDR Usameddac, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Fort Benning, Georgia. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at CDR Usameddac aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Fort Benning, Georgia. This, amongst other reasons, is why CDR Usameddac offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment options are available to 18+ and CDR Usameddac accepts specific insurances, such as: Most Insurances.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with CDR Usameddac by visiting their website at www.martin.amedd.army.mil/index.html to get started.
3.0 3 months ago
The ER isn't that good I agree, but the podiatry people are amazing! When I broke my foot almost two years ago they were very nice and I made a few friends. A great hospital better than the first one.
3.0 4 months ago
I have had both good and bad experiences. The bad was the first PCM I was assigned. The lady didn't know her a** from a hole in the ground. She was careless with my health care. I now have a new PCM and she is fantastic. The emergency department is mediocre. Pharmacy is mediocre sometimes and awful at others. I once waited 2 hours for prescriptions just to be told to wait some more.
3.0 4 months ago
My delivery and RNs were nice, but the pediatrics has lost my son's immunization records 3 times!!!! Then accused me of never bringing them, even though they transcribed them onto GA forms so I could enroll him in hourly care. Ridiculous.
5.0 8 months ago
Throughout the last two years, I have had a baby delivered at Martin Army, I was re-admitted a week later due to worsening pre-eclampsia, my husband had shoulder surgery, and we had an ER trip with our six-month-old son. All were extremely positive experiences. I was in the midwife program, and loved all of the midwives. My birth experience was perfect! They did everything they could to keep my blood pressure low so that I wouldn't need a magnesium drip during labor. When I had to be re-admitted a week later, they worked to re-admit me back into Labor and Delivery so that my husband could stay with me and our newborn. We loved all but one of the nurses that we had during both visits. During our ER visit, the nurses and doctors were very sweet and helpful, and after a few hours of monitoring and tests we were sent home with a full arsenal to help us with our sick child. My husband's shoulder surgery was successful, they gave him enough Percocet to last him a few days and then refused to give him more (which, although it sucked that he had a hard time sleeping for a few nights, I was impressed due to always having heard that military hospitals are notorious for aiding drug addiction. This was absolutely not our experience). Overall, if you're looking for negatives, you'll find them. But our experiences have been overall very positive and we are extremely happy Martin Army patients!
5.0 10 months ago
My son collapsed during training and suffered extreme heat stroke. He was rushed by ambulance to Martin. He was moved from the ER to the ICU. Every staff member that I came in contact with were amazing!! The hospital Commander can even be seen walking the floors and when my son was alone without family and scared in the ER waking up in pain and hooked to machines, the hospital Commander himself took the time to talk to him. When we arrived, he was in the ICU and you would not have asked for better patient care. Every Doctor, Resident, and RN that stepped foot into his room were great!!! I am forever thankful to everyone who had a part in my son's care. I know that when his life was on the line they took the necessary measures to make sure my son was taken care of.
5.0 1 year ago
ER is great! They thoroughly checked my wife and did multiple tests on her both times we were there. We actually saw a Dr. vs clinics in Atl where they spent minimum time and analysis before misdiagnosing her. I had shoulder surgery here and they did a good job all around.
4.0 4 years ago
Martin Army Community Hospital, commonly abbreviated on post as MACH, is an outdated medical facility constructed in 1958. However old, MACH has rather high standards for patients, and as much as I frequent the hospital, the staff are very cordial and understanding. ER waiting time is horrendous; however, this should be remedied with the construction of the new Martin Army Community Hospital, scheduled to open in November 2014.
5.0 4 years ago
I love my job!
5.0 4 years ago
I was born there July 13 1986.