Hospital Panamericano

The most completemental health systemof Puerto Rico

Why choose the panamericano hospital?

The most complete medical faculty combined with unsurpassed infrastructure and a world-class multidisciplinary work team. FIRST PANAMERICANO HOSPITAL undoubtedly promotes innovation and excellence in Mental Health in Puerto Rico. Our system offers access to most levels of mental health care and is available to provide high quality services near you in the geographic areas of the island


In October 1987, First Panamericano Hospital was founded in the beautiful mountains of Cidra, Puerto Rico, to be a psychiatric hospital with the mission of raising the quality of psychiatric services available up to that time on the Island.

Thinking about the needs and well-being of the patients, in October 1990, Panamericano opened its first partial hospitalization program, known as the Panamericano Access and Treatment Center in the Hato Rey area. We have evolved into the most complete mental health system in Puerto Rico, with integrated and varied services for adolescents, adults and the elderly; with seven (7) Outpatient Centers conveniently located throughout the Island and two additional hospital units: Panamericano Ponce and Panamericano San Juan.

Our organization is accredited by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Health Facilities (Joint Commission); by Medicare and the Puerto Rico Department of Health.


Our mission is to improve the quality of life in Puerto Rico by offering excellent mental health services with immediate access and security for our clients.


Our vision is to grow as a mental health system by increasing the chances of recovery of people facing an emotional condition, while maintaining the prestigious site in Puerto Rico.

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Señales de Alerta

  1. Aislarse de la sociedad y querer estar solo.
  2. Tener cambios de humor, como euforia un día y desazón profunda el siguiente.
  3. Sentirse atrapado o sin esperanzas a causa de alguna situación.
  4. Aumentar el consumo de drogas o bebidas alcohólicas.
  5. Cambiar la rutina normal, incluidos los patrones de alimentación y sueño.
  6. Manifestar cambios de personalidad o sentirse extremadamente ansioso o agitado, en especial cuando se tienen algunos de los signos de advertencia que se mencionaron con anterioridad.