Centennial Peaks Hospital

Centennial Peaks Hospital
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Friday, December 25, 2015

MORE SCARY REVIEWS ABOUT CPH


FROM THESE REVIEWS LOCATED ON THIS WEBSITE  YOU CAN SEE THERE IS CLEARLY AN ENDEMIC PROBLEM.

Editorial review from Citysearch 2/17/2015

This hospital is very poorly functioning. I've been here a total of four times, and all of my expeirences had been great until my last one. My doctor was absolutely rude and insulting. My social worker was constantly threatening me to send me to the State Hospital, despite her knowledge of there being no open beds there. The charge nurse turned everything into a power struggle. I'm not saying that I was perfect in this situation, because I wasnt. I was in a very tough place in my life and I'm certain that I was difficult to handle. However, if you are going to choose to work in a PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL with ADOLECENTS, please please please, learn some common courtesy. While here, I was put on a ""desk program"" in which, I had to sit at a table, doing packets while everyone else was in group. Not only is isolation a trigger, but I voiced this several times. My doctor didn't seem to care too much and would not change my medication, despite my suicidal thinking getting worse. She seemed to think everything was a joke. And don't get me wrong, a few of the staff were actually very nice, but a majority of the staff members made my stay a living hell. I left here feeling worse than I did before admission. As far as the three previous hospitalizations here, they gradually got worse, however, Dr.Carlson is amazing and helped me greatly. more


Editorial review from Citysearch 1/27/2015

This place is awful. Don't go there if you know what's up. more


Editorial review from Citysearch 1/7/2015

I'm considering going for detox....should I not it sounds bad there more


Editorial review from Citysearch 9/12/2014

This facility is scary. It is horrific in every way you can imagine. If you or your loved one is considering a mental health facility, I would recommend going somewhere else. The doctors are cold and callous and do not care about the betterment of the patients. They are concerned only with getting patients in and out in order to make money. I would stay away, period! more


Editorial review from Citysearch 11/16/2013

Minus 10 Stars! This place uses unethical tactics with medication and food combinations that induce panic attacks for use in screening for those who do not have a panic response. The air conditioning in this facility is flat out torturous. All of the reviews that tell you to stay away from here line up exactly with my experience here. This place is horrible!! more


TERRIBLE 9/20/2013

It was just like "One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest..." Is there a review system that goes lower than 1?? These people were apathetic for the most part, withe exception of a few. My loved one was very ill while there, but staff continually said she was lying. This caused us to simply to BEG THEM to take her to a REAL medical establishment. She was very ill and had to get medical intervention in an ER after CPH simply dropped her off at the ER up the road, then said she was discharged for good from CP. They overtly tried to hurt my loved one's reputation amongst staff, and they obliterated trust. Centennial Peaks could have remedied this themselves had they treated my wife 4 days earlier when she told them she was ill. HOW can you NOT believe a person when she tells you she is sick and not treat her or at least find someone who can and will??!! Their rate is flat, so if someone needs extra medical attention, they are shamed and told they are asking too much (or simply told NO-- We will NOT more


Editorial review from Citysearch 9/20/2013

As a family member, going in there was just like ""One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest..."" Is there a review system that goes lower than 1?? These people were apathetic for the most part, withe exception of a few. My loved one was very ill while there, but staff continually said she was lying. This caused us to simply to BEG THEM to take her to a REAL medical establishment. She was very ill and had to get medical intervention in an ER after CPH simply dropped her off at the ER up the road, then said she was discharged for good from CP. They overtly tried to hurt my loved one's reputation among staff, and they obliterated trust. Centennial Peaks could have remedied this themselves had they treated my wife 4 days earlier when she told them she was ill. HOW can you NOT believe a person when she tells you she is sick and not treat her or at least find someone who can and will??!! Their rate is flat, so if someone needs extra medical attention, they are shamed and told they are asking too much (or simply told NO-- We will NOT get treatment for you. Other review sites as well as DORA need to hear about this atrocious place more


Editorial review from Citysearch 12/4/2012

This place is an absolute insult to the mental health community. I knew a person who recieved services there, if that's what you want to call it, and she was treated with such disrespect and judement by so called staff, I don't even know why they are in this profession if all they are going to do is judge people, take away their basic civil rights, outright lying to not only my friend but wouldn't even let her have an extra blanket. They punish patients for not participating in group therapy sessions by making them stay an extra day, involuntarily, everytime they choose not to particiapte they get another day added, what kinda help is that, sounds like punishment to me!.Absolutely discussting treatment!!! I wouldn't send my dog here. This place denied my friend her basic rights for visitors, not recieving her mail, and very vindictive behavior by staff members who did not like her. What!! I thought mental health was suppose to be a non-judgemental environment, what a crock, this place should be shut down without a doubt. They treat patients as if they are in jail not a care facility. Basic things are taken away at the staff's leisure, that is a denial that is not their right to take away, absoutely appalling. Do not send your loved one's there if you want true help, this place is not it for sure. They do not treat people with dignity or respect, the very foundation that mental health care is suppose to be based on. My friends' doctor did not listen to her, put her on all kinds of drugs and did not addresss the very issue she was there for, severe depression, this place made her more depressed. After a 72 hr hold they put my friend on a 90 day hold and stripped her rights away. They would not allow her wife to have any info about her, even though she was on legal paperwork designating so, she was lied to countless times by various so called case workers, nurses, doctors, that her spouse would be contacted but never was and would not give her the patient number, which is clearly stated on their website, to allow her to have visitors, they would get mad at her everytime she asked about it and acted like they knew nothing about it and it's in their website, that's discrimination. I have read many reviews of this hospital and none of it is good. Wake up people this place is a jail not a place to get help!! more


Editorial review from Citysearch 10/18/2012

This facility is a TOTAL NIGHTMARE. Avoid it at all costs. I have to believe that anywhere would be a better choice than this facility. Rude, standoffish, generally unresponsive staff members run this facility utilizing threats and intimidation to force compliance on its patients. They have outright DENIED needed medication to patients without explanation, and get indignant when you as a family member want to question their methodology. more


Editorial review from Citysearch 9/21/2012

Awful, truly awful. At a time when I was angry and hurt, I needed compassion. What I got was rude, standoffish staff members who made empty threats in an effort to have compliance. If you need inpatient psychiatric care, go to West Pines or Porter Adventist. There, you will find a caring and engaged staff. There is not one positive thing I can think of for this place. more


MINUS 5 STARS 12/23/2011

If you have the resources and transportation to bring your loved one to another facility do it!!!! The headline on the brochure brags about being encouraging of family participation, but they only allow visiting for 1 hr of the day. You don't get to talk to a Dr unless you absolutely insist on it. Want to get a return phone call from a social worker-forget it! They had a blaring TV playing heavy metal music in the intensive treatment unit, pt urinating themselves and staff ignoring it, communication is non-existent, I could go on and on. After 14 yrs of working in health care as an RN this is by far the absolute worse care I've ever seen. I give them minus 5 stars. more


Terrible treatment and care 12/7/2011

Almost every professional I spoke with or encountered at this facility was rude. The doctors that I saw for a limited interview made a very extreme diagnosis that has sense been refuted by every mental health professional I've seen. I went in here for suicide watch and was treated like a piece of dirt. I've sense made it to a 12 step recovery program and am seeing mental health professionals for a more accurate diagnosis. People with addiction and suicide problems have enough experience feeling like crap, they don't need to receive rude an arrogant care by an extremely judgmental staff. After looking at the size of my bill for the 72 hours I was here, I'd say this place is a giant money scam. With little attention paid to what a patient has to say, sticking ridiculous diagnosis on everyone and charging way to much money for poor care, poor food and overall poor facility. I'm a great-full recovering addict, and this place has absolutely nothing to do with that process more


Intake Process was Terrible 3/6/2011

We had a very bad experience here at a time when help was needed. The evaluator was not paying attention, asked questions three times (simple things, like what is your regular doctor's name?) and made a determination based on a sitation that she made worse due to her impatience and general bad attitude. more


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