I think this is the most paranoid hospital about opioid abuse that I've ever seen. I have chronic kidney stones. I knew I was passing a kidney stone. I had some pain pills that were not helping so I went into the hospital for help. I was in so much pain, yet they thought I was seeking help for pain. of course I was. I was in extreme pain. There was blood in my urine and I was throwing up in their bathrooms, signs that I was currently passing a stone. But they would not treat the pain. They did a CT scan, wasted my money to prove what I already knew, that I had kidney stones. They gave me a pain pill (I already had some as I told them when I came in) and sent me on my way. They did nothing to help the ease the pain, just made sure nothing else was wrong even though I obviously needed something stronger than a pill because the stone was passing and I couldn't handle the pain. Hospitals are supposed to make you feel better. I only left feeling like someone who they thought should be locked up or something. It was a horrible experience. They treated me terribly. I would drive to Roosevelt before going back there again!