Butler Hospital is a major brain science research and teaching hospital focusing on brain health. Southeastern New England's leading private, nonprofit brain and behavioral health hospital, Butler provides assessment and treatment for all major psychiatric illnesses, substance abuse disorders, and neurological disorders, including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. Butler is focused on advancing the understanding of brain-based illnesses and on developing innovative treatments to improve the lives of people who suffer from them. The hospital has earned a reputation as the leading provider of psychiatric treatments in the region.
Worldwide, Butler is recognized as a pioneer in conducting cutting-edge research and is the flagship hospital for The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University's department of psychiatry, which has been recognized by its peers as one of the top ten in the United States.
The brain is the epicenter of the human body, and Butler Hospital is at the forefront of research and treatment. Understanding how the brain functions is a major focus of Butler Hospital's Research Studies. Watch our research video to learn more about how Butler Hospital's researchers are advancing brain health everyday.