Special clinics in the outpatient service include eating disorders, anxiety disorders, stress and trauma related disorders, psychogeriatrics, resistant psychosis, and bipolar disorders. In addition, the division runs a special psychiatric project sponsored by the Ministry of Defense, providing mental health services to some 600 psychiatrically disabled military veterans.
The division staff includes 14 senior physicians, 7 residents, 29 psychologists, 17 social-workers, 7 occupational, art and other therapists, and 18 nurses.
In addition to its clinical activities, the Psychiatry and Mental Health Division participates actively and vigorously in research and teaching of medical students, residents, nursing staff, and paramedical students.
The division has a wide range of ongoing funded research projects ranging from basic and translational research to clinical and epidemiological areas related to psychiatry.