Staff that can’t bother to help anyone, basically probably hate their lives and jobs
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Best facility made me feel comfortable during a tough time in my life. Staff was genuine and food was good. They don't push groups which I liked- bayridge helped me regroup and made me feel like I'm back in control of my life. I would recommend to friends and family.
I recently volunteered to self admit myself to an intake hospital for help. I had always suffered depression and anxiety, but found a med that work like a charm until, I had a ruptured aneurysm which happened in my temporal lobe. This controls emotions among other things, l was back to square one. I thought I could find something faster there and if I had an attack they will be able to help me without going to the erMay of 2015, one of my son/s threatened commit suicide over a girl. he hit a tree and his head shattered though the windshield.. Since then, I spent my entire summer in the er with severe panic attacks. One of the doctors suggested I go back on the Lorazapam 1mg 2 x a day if needed. The next week, When I ended there again.. I was so fed up with running back and forth so I desired to admit myself in an intake program. The hospital that had an open bed was Baybridge. I felt we could try meds and if I had an attacks they would be there to help me through it.. Any way, I tried a couple of meds the next day and they didn't work so after while, I went into a full fledged panic attack..no one would help me and the doctors said no to my Lorazapm. I told them that I had a order from the er doctor and they said no. I went down the other wing and sat on a chair in tears and no body came to talk to me excepted other patients. Anyway, I had several attacks and the doctor threatened to keep me there till they thought I was well enough.. Still wouldn't help me get though my panic attacks. One time they said no, I heard a KID ask for his Adavan.. I also had some problems with a few nurses. Once I was given a different med and went to sleep..When I woke I could't move, I felt like my legs were licorices.. no nurses so I walked down the corridor myself and collapsed another time a nurse spoke to me like I was a 5 yr old and had problems with 2 other nurses.. wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.. I left there worse that when I went in,.
Somebody from this hospital told me they would call me everyday and then didn't. Thanks so much, John.
Recently I was a patient at Bayridge Hospital. While there I witnessed the staff put patients in restraints in the quiet room who were neither of harm to themselves or others. Obviously this was an easy way out for them. I also saw the staff chemically restrain patients, which is to overmedicate them on purpose with Thorazine or other meds to the point in which they can barely walk or talk. I've worked at psychiatric facilities. Never have seen this kind of treatment. I was appalled. In this day in age this shouldn't be happening. There have been complaints against the hospital with the Mass. Dept. of Mental Health (DMH). Nothing has been done. Probably because they're understaffed. I would never go to this facility again. Nor would I recommend it to anyone! S
I spent 4 days there for detox by the 3rd day I was dope sick & I told the Dr I was sick. He told me that's the protocol, so they discharged me the next day but unfortunately for me I was not fully detoxed I should of just stayed home & kicked in my own bed because that's what I'm doing anyway. They have no clue how to detox people off of opiates or benzodiazepines. I gave them 2 stars only because the nurses & direct care staff are awesome they really care but the Drs. have no clue. If you want to get clean go somewhere else.