Melrose Center: For Health Care Professionals: Referring a patient

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You can also have your patient call that number directly (referrals are not required). This number is answered Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may fax your patient’s information to Melrose Center at 952-993-6685.

When you refer a patient to Melrose Center, you can be confident we will partner closely with you, communicate openly and return patients to your care.

A Care Manager is the first person you’ll talk to at Melrose Center
When you call our dedicated provider referral line, you will talk to a knowledgeable Care Manager about the signs, symptoms and concerns you have for your patient. They can also guide you and your patient through the Initial Assessment process and schedule that first appointment. The pictures and bios below are our care managers who will most likely answer your call.

Stacie Frandrup, BA, Lead Care Manager
Working as a care manager at the Melrose Center is a very rewarding job. I have been a team member at the Melrose Center since 2005. I especially enjoy working with new patients and families in our Initial Assessment Center, answering questions about our program and coordinating admissions with referring facilities. In my downtime, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and getting outside as much as possible!

Jessica Marx, MA, Care Manager
I started at the Melrose Center as an intern while completing my MA in Counseling Psychology in 2010. After completing my internship, I worked as a Health Educator for our inpatient program before becoming a Care Manager in the Initial Assessment Center. I thoroughly enjoy working in the initial assessment center and helping patients get into treatment at Melrose.

Molly Rogers, BA, Care Manager
I became a part of the Melrose team 10 years ago. I have worked as a Health Educator for our inpatient program, a Care Manager in outpatient care and am currently a Care Manager for our Initial Assessment Center. I enjoy working with patients and families as they begin treatment at Melrose and working with the intake team to ensure a patient receives the best care possible. The most rewarding part of my job is knowing I may have been the first step in helping a patient on their journey to recovery.

Jessica Eastman, AAS, MA, Care Manager
I have been working at Melrose Center for a total of eight years in various roles. I enjoy working as a Care Manager with the intake team. I like being able to support the patient, support people and referring providers as they reach out for their first step to eating disorder treatment.