Horrible place!!!! Stay away and please for Godsakes do not let them perform ECT on you. You need to be in a real, certified hospital for this. My last visit all I heard were code blues from this unit. The nurses have been replaced by 10th grade educated techs. These techs are thugs, who are the ones who really run the place. The techs also do the groups because it's a lot cheaper for this physician owned hospital. You are generally banned from trying to get a hold of a nurse. The nurse station is more like a bunker and all the signs for the patients are to tell not ask for help at the station. Scary place and it is NOT a truly credentialed hospital...For all the addicts it's a great place because they are allowed smoke on hospital grounds. If your'e a junkie...this place is for you.
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