2019-10-05 03:59:45 via Google
I recently spent 6 days in one unit. I have mixed feelings about this hospital. While most of the staff was kind to me, some of the staff were rude at times. The beds are not the most comfortable, and sometimes the staff would talk loudly overnight. This made sleeping difficult. The unit was near capacity during my stay, and they did not have a lot of staff on duty. All my interactions with the doctors were brief, and some didn’t seem to really care. The unit sometimes was quite dirty. While some of the groups were very useful, they use a one-size-fits-all approach by making all the groups large groups. I personally thought they didn’t really want to know me as a person, but rather as a number. On some positive notes, the food was good. In the unit, they had plenty of snacks available. Most meals were yummy in the cafeteria. They allow visiting once a day for an hour, which was a nice break. The outdoor areas were also quite nice.
2019-07-27 02:52:34 via Google
I have a loved one at centennial peaks and just wanted to point out nurse andrew. YOU ARE A PERFECT CANDIDATE TO BE A NURSE IN LIKE AN ALLERGY CLINIC or something but not this place. These people come in from the worst needing shelter and support. Just because some nurse has a little tick doesn’t give him an excuse to be rude over the phone to anyone or be impatient with clients. These are tense situations even though it’s his everyday job. Be open and helpful to the patients instead of rude and putting up a wall and not responding when somebody directly asks you a question. When you’re spoken to it’s polite to respond instead of arrogantly standing there silently. From what I heard this is what happened to my loved one in there. Not cool Andy, good thing I don’t work in there with ya, be bad news for you.
2018-04-17 16:13:03 via Yelp
I have been in many psych hospitals. I was at Centennial Peaks a few years ago and it was awful. I was stunned by the changes they have made. I was on two...