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Businiess name:  Centennial Peaks Hospital
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
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.

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