2725 Wind River Lane,  Denton, TX 76210
Tel:    (972) 434 8000
​Fax:   (972) 434-8001

Patients at Behavioral Health Hospitals require a History and Physical Examination and may require medical consults for acute or chronic conditions during their inpatient stay. Premier rounds 365 days a year to provide this care.
Internal Medicine Hospitalist Services

Atique Khan MD, Medical Director, University Behavioral Health Hospital:

"We [attending psychiatrists] do not have to spend a lot of time treating co-morbid medical issues. Very positive support... we appreciate them a lot"

Umar Latif MD, Medical Director, Freedom Care:

"Accessible, collaborative care... active participation has directly translated to improved quality of care and outcomes".

  • University Behavioral Health, Denton
  • Mayhill Hospital, Denton
  • Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute, Georgetown, TX

​We also care for patients of Compassus Hospice and Palliative Care

Psychiatric Admissions Telemedicine 

New admissions to Behavioral Health Hospitals must be evaluated to ensure medically stability.  In states where a physician is required to order the admission, Premier physicians are on call 24/7/365.

Specialists in Caring for Behavioral Health and Medical 

Inpatients Since 2006

Inpatient Psychiatric Medicine Services

Hospitalist Solutions

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Denton
  • The Heart Hospital Baylor Denton
  • Denton Regional Medical Center
  • Integrity Transitional Hospital
  • Select Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Longmeadow Healthcare Center



PCPs and Family practitioners in and around Denton Texas trust us with the Internal Medicine care of their patients while they are in hospital. We admit patients 24/7/365.

We Care for Patients at:

Why Our Focus on Behavioral Health?


There is more than an intuitive link between your physical and your mental health.  They are very much tied together, and more importantly, their influence on each other goes both ways.  This suggests 3 things:

  1. Individuals should care about and seek help for their mental wellbeing as much as they do their physical health and bodies.  While the stigma of mental illness has reduced in recent years, many patients are reticent to seek help, impacting not only their mental but physical health.
  2. Healthcare facilities need to better integrate - and simultaneously service - both aspects.
  3. Healthcare Insurance plans need to support their members by providing seamless coverage for easy interaction between the insured and the providers they need for both physical and mental help.


While general hospitals frequently boast behavioral health professionals on staff or facilities and wards as part of their infrastructure, many freestanding psychiatric facilities are lagging behind in providing the equivalent quality of medical care that would accelerate patient progress and reduce relapse and recidivism.


According to Mental Disorders and Medical Comorbidity issued by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (2011), "Comorbidity is the rule rather than the exception. When mental and medical conditions co-occur, the combination is associated with elevated symptom burden, functional impairment, decreased length and quality of life, and increased costs."