Loebel Anthony Md

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This place is an absolute disgrace. I was sent to the Adolescent Pavilion, wrongly due to overbearing psychiatrists and miscomunication. I arrived there at two in the morning, completely exhausted and not at all happy. I thought the staff would be understanding and send me to bed, and we would work out things in the morning. Not a chance. I sat down in a chair and they began interrogating me, then yelled at me for putting my head down on the armrest of a chair. When I finally got to be around 3 in the morning, I was woken up 4 hours later by a loud obnoxious voice shouting "EVERYBODY UP. GET OUT OF BED. LAZINESS WILL NOT FLY HERE." I got out of bed and went into the hallway, and was immediately told to go back in my room to put on something more "decent." I was wearing a tank top and sweats. When i took a shower there, it lasted two minutes, in a public bathroom with a thin shower curtain. I was only allowed 15 minute phone calls at certain hours. I watched as a girl asked a staff member to unlock the bathroom door for her and be refused, simply because he was too "tired" to get up and wait outside the door for her. We were supposedly there for "treatment" but really all you do is sit around, watch tv, eat disgusting food not fit for dog, and wait anxiously for discharge. The so-called school was more like a day-care, with word searches and coloring book pages. Not to mention the fact that they lump all of these kids together in various forms of mental illness. Somone who has suicidal thoughts should not be in "group therapy" with someone who is severely retarded and rocks back and forth all day. The staff and nurses were unfriendly, rude and said completely inappropriate things about the patients in front of them. I cannot express how much of a nightmare being sent to this place was. I warn anyone not to send their children here for ANY amount of time. They will not be helped.

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This place is an absolute disgrace. I was sent to the Adolescent Pavilion, wrongly due to overbearing psychiatrists and miscomunication. I arrived there at two in the morning, completely exhausted and not at all happy. I thought the staff would be understanding and send me to bed, and we would work out things in the morning. Not a chance. I sat down in a chair and they began interrogating me, then yelled at me for putting my head down on the armrest of a chair. When I finally got to be around 3 in the morning, I was woken up 4 hours later by a loud obnoxious voice shouting "EVERYBODY UP. GET OUT OF BED. LAZINESS WILL NOT FLY HERE." I got out of bed and went into the hallway, and was immediately told to go back in my room to put on something more "decent." I was wearing a tank top and sweats. When i took a shower there, it lasted two minutes, in a public bathroom with a thin shower curtain. I was only allowed 15 minute phone calls at certain hours. I watched as a girl asked a staff member to unlock the bathroom door for her and be refused, simply because he was too "tired" to get up and wait outside the door for her. We were supposedly there for "treatment" but really all you do is sit around, watch tv, eat disgusting food not fit for dog, and wait anxiously for discharge. The so-called school was more like a day-care, with word searches and coloring book pages. Not to mention the fact that they lump all of these kids together in various forms of mental illness. Somone who has suicidal thoughts should not be in "group therapy" with someone who is severely retarded and rocks back and forth all day. The staff and nurses were unfriendly, rude and said completely inappropriate things about the patients in front of them. I cannot express how much of a nightmare being sent to this place was. I warn anyone not to send their children here for ANY amount of time. They will not be helped.

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My experience with the Adolescent Pavilion at LIJ was horrendous at best. In the ER, my mother was told that since I was a voluntary admit, I could begin to discharge at any time. The next day when I told my parents that I wanted to leave, they told us that my mother would have to write a letter and wait 72 hours until I could leave, even with another treatment plan already in place.
My bed moved every day that I was there, first I was in a double, then I had four other roommates and when one was discharging, i was given her bed before she had actually left. I was denied medication 4 times, and I had to wait 6 hours for tylenol.
When I had problems with the way I was being treated I was not allowed to call my parents if it was past calling hours. I did not find out until curfew that my melatonin supplement for sleeping had been discontinued. At this time my doctor had left and the night doctor would not permit the nurses to give me the supplement. I was not allowed to call my parents, I was not informed until the change was already made, and the change was made based on misinformation. I was treated worse than a prisoner. I was denied rights listed on the hospital's own website and covered by the law.
I was informed that I would be busy, but instead I often found myself sitting alone talking to others about how bored we were and how we could not wait to leave. The "school" included books I had read in third grade and coloring. I had no therapy during my stay.
From the Tuesday night that I got there until the Friday afternoon that I left, I was never outside of the building. Some were able to go to gym everyday for an hour, but that was the only exposure to sunlight. The windows were small and covered, and everywhere we were reminded that we were locked into this building. The building was dim and we had to spend about two hours of quiet time in our dark rooms.
I would not doubt that I came out worse than I went in. I cannot recommend this facility in any way.

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My experience with the Adolescent Pavilion at LIJ was horrendous at best. In the ER, my mother was told that since I was a voluntary admit, I could begin to discharge at any time. The next day when I told my parents that I wanted to leave, they told us that my mother would have to write a letter and wait 72 hours until I could leave, even with another treatment plan already in place.
My bed moved every day that I was there, first I was in a double, then I had four other roommates and when one was discharging, i was given her bed before she had actually left. I was denied medication 4 times, and I had to wait 6 hours for tylenol.
When I had problems with the way I was being treated I was not allowed to call my parents if it was past calling hours. I did not find out until curfew that my melatonin supplement for sleeping had been discontinued. At this time my doctor had left and the night doctor would not permit the nurses to give me the supplement. I was not allowed to call my parents, I was not informed until the change was already made, and the change was made based on misinformation. I was treated worse than a prisoner. I was denied rights listed on the hospital's own website and covered by the law.
I was informed that I would be busy, but instead I often found myself sitting alone talking to others about how bored we were and how we could not wait to leave. The "school" included books I had read in third grade and coloring. I had no therapy during my stay.
From the Tuesday night that I got there until the Friday afternoon that I left, I was never outside of the building. Some were able to go to gym everyday for an hour, but that was the only exposure to sunlight. The windows were small and covered, and everywhere we were reminded that we were locked into this building. The building was dim and we had to spend about two hours of quiet time in our dark rooms.
I would not doubt that I came out worse than I went in. I cannot recommend this facility in any way.

Pros: Once you get out you feel a whole lot better because you're not trapped anymore.

Cons: poor treatment, denial of rights, not helpful, feel trapped, nothing to do, discourteous staff.

 

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