The Department of Neurology, Psychiatry and Narcology is located on the basis of the Center for Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation of War Veterans of the Luhansk Regional Narcological Dispensary. The medical institution has:
- Clinical-diagnostic and chemical-toxicological laboratory;
- General hospital unit;
- Organizational and methodological advisory department;
- Dispensary department;
- Day hospital;
- Physiotherapy department;
- Department of Resuscitation and Intensive Care;
- Center for Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation of War Veterans;
- Addiction Department № 1, 2, 3, 4.
The department performs planned research work 0116U008649 "Integrative approach to diagnosis, therapy, prevention and rehabilitation of persons with mental disorders in the area of anti-terrorist operation" (deadline - 08.2016-08.2021).
Employees of the department take part in the research of universities related to the specialty: "Clinical and pathogenetic features of the course and treatment of somatic and endocrine pathology in drug addicts" (state registration number 0114U001956) and "Integrated approaches to diagnosis, therapy, prevention, prevention and state registration 0114U000515, KhMAPO). The department cooperates with the Main Military Medical Department of the Ukrainian Military Medical Academy; National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, State Institution "Institute of Neurology, Psychiatry and Addiction of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine", Department of Health of Luhansk Regional State Administration.
Full-time teachers take part in conducting scientific research, conducting scientific, laboratory and diagnostic research. Due to the obtained results, the department regularly publishes articles and abstracts of reports in professional scientific journals.
Within the framework of the cathedral research was defended the candidate's dissertation of the applicant TM Radchenko on the topic "Clinical and pathogenetic, pathopsychological and immunological features of opioid dependence in women with comorbid pathology of the thyroid gland" (2017). Two candidate dissertations are performed at the department: the assistant of the department Budyonny PV on the topic "Affective disorders in close relatives of patients with paranoid schizophrenia who live in the area of anti-terrorist operation. Clinical, pathopsychological aspects, treatment ", as well as the assistant of the department Verbytsky E.Yu. on the topic "Post-traumatic stress disorder in IDPs from the anti-terrorist operation zone in Luhansk region."