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We can’t say enough good things about this hospital. The care on the second floor North was wonderful. The nurses Lynn, Annette, Arlene, Julian, Juanita, Diane, Marcia and others ( so sorry if I forgot your names) were awesome and provided my brother ( room #206) with excellent care!!!❤️ A big thank you to Kathryn P, nurse manager, who went out of her way accommodating us.
I’m glad we found doctors ( Ryan & Christopher) and nurses who are devoted to excellent patient care.
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Top notch nurses & support staff in the Labor and delivery area. Everyone works hard for the patient and even family/visitors are treated well. We were very lucky to have one of the bigger rooms at the hospital and the view was amazing. We also enjoyed the gift shop store, it was a little pricey but overall good. The cafeteria/restaurant “Au Bon Pain” was amazing and everything on the menu was very delicious and yes we did have a taste of it all considering we had a long stay here.
If I can give them 0 star i will they just be walking around or seating down talking about everything expect take care people . Been here for 3 hours and nothing a lady out of the room in a bed with pain for almost 2 hours and nothing
One of the worst hospitals in this state. The racist staff don't care that medicinal cannabis is legal in Connecticut, or that the 1930's are over. They're still afraid of jazz musicians and Mexicans. There was no "conspiracy against white people", and prehistoric medicinal herb still saves lives. The medical necessity won't be driven to extinction because irrational doctors don't like it.
The 1930's are over, and the tide has turned. Now that the populace finally realizes medicinal cannabis saves lives, the pharmaceutical industry is losing customers. This will continue. Medicinal herb will knock down the other dominoes and pave the way for repopularizing psychedelic therapy. There won't be any freak outs in a therapuetic setting.
The staff should give up and grow up. They won't win their war on medical necessity. They're already losing.
To this day, prehistoric medicinal herb still prevents paranoia because it's still relaxing. Dr. Michael Edward Balkunas thinks medical necessity "makes people lazy" because of the stereotype about Mexicans. His claim is backwards. Anybody who's motivated isn't "lazy'. Medicinal cannabis is how I concentrate.
I was kept inside for months, deprived of medical necessity to concentrate or reduce the nightmares.
I'm finally recovering, very gradually. The misdisgnosis remains in the record years after being deferred. I'm constantly reminded of my traumatic past.
Dr. Christopher Yergen claims his traumatized prisoners are "more than just a little bit paranoid" because of his own insecurities projected upon others. If he wasn't ashamed of himself, he wouldn't resort to bullying.
Beware of discrimination called mentalism or sanism. Those labelled "mentally ill" are more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators, the vast majority of them are never violent; and anybody can be misdiagnoed so drugs are pushed. I'm not necessarily against all psychiatry, I'm unimpressed by anything prone to misuse. There's political abuse of psychiatry, and there's also abuse without politics.
Unqualified staff never heard of an autistic genius or savant syndrome. They thought I couldn't be autistic since I'm not low functioning. I was a prodigy in elementary school, before being forced into "special education" because I couldn't tolerate bullying.
I was coerced to take drugs causing drowsiness, thrown in detention for sleeping in class, and forced to witness seclusion and restraint.
In states where medicinal cannabis has been relegalized, many unqualified doctors are still around. Their archaic ignorance is disasterous. The laws target people, not drugs. Said hate mongering has more to do with classism than racism, they just won't admit it. Without any medical reason to criminalize medical necessity, the jazz musicians and Mexican immigrants were among the targets.
European bigots influenced their American counterparts. Medical necessity was already banned throughout Europe before the United States.
Prehistoric medicinal herb still prevents paranoia because it's still relaxing. The pharmaceutical industry is losing customers. Medicinal cannabis will knock down the other dominoes, paving the way for repopularizing psychedelic therapy; the won't be freak outs in a therapuetic setting.
The junky staff at detox wards say, "do as we say, not as we do", pretending to be opiophobic so they can keep drugs for themselves, am eat in front of the patients only allowed hospital food. At Bristol Hospital, Dr. Nachiyappan Manoharan threatened forced injections of Zyprexa.
Dr. Christopher Yergen is a bully at New Britain General Hospital. He claims trauma victims are "more than just a little bit paranoid", as if the witnesses are liars. What happened to "trauma informed care"?
Dr. Michael Edward Balkunas is a sadist at New Britain General Hospital. The probate judge allows perjury, Balkunas wasn't asked to provide any evidence when he lied under oath, not once did the judge care about burden of proof.
Dr. Jeffrey Shelton is reprehensible.
Over and over, he forces patients through the revolving door via "Physicians Emergency Certificates" when there's no emergency. Dr. Shelton scoffed at me when I told him medicinal cannabis is how I concentrate.
Susanne Wargo pretends medical necessity "causes brain damage" while pushing Xanax without concern about brain damage or deadly withdrawal symptoms.
Medicinal cannabis saves lives. People who smoke are motivated, not "apathethic and lazy"; that's borrowed from a stereotype about Mexicans.
Dr. Fred Reindell claims mellow people are "the classic case of bipolar with psychotic tendencies".
Dr. John A. Nazarian of Community Mental Health Affiliates claims mellow people are "schizoaffective, bipolar" because of falsified medical records.
Sara Carlson Allwood misquoted me in the Intake Assessment. I described my traumatic past during the intake, made it clear I have PTSD, and said medicinal herb helps. This wasn't mentioned. I was falsely accused of "abusing alcohol" when I said I don't drink, not even occasionally.
Margaret Pienezak harassed me to cause anxiety attacks. Joanna Haffner unlawfully evicted me. I was thrown to the streets without warning.
The Department of Public Health allows violations. Alice Martinez despises medicinal herb, and claims CMHA's only violation was not coercing me to not discontinue use. The treatment plan didn't reflect my goals, so that's a violation; hence didn't sign it.
I'm rising above the abuse. I write about my experience to provide examples. It's about more than any particular person or facility. The people mentioned could be replaced. It'll take a lot to make a difference. I'm working on it.