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Hallowsgate Hospital,
1507 Slaughters Creek,
Cabin Creek, WV


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PostSubject: New Patient Welcome Package & Information   Fri Sep 16, 2011 4:50 pm


All patients admitted to Hallowsgate Hospital will undergo the same admissions protocols and receive the same gender appropriate Welcome Package. Upon admission and arrival to the facility, the patient will sign appropriate paperwork and contracts to assure they have received a copy of the handbook and understand the facility rules. If they are unable to sign, a guardian must sign for them.

After paperwork is processed, they will say goodbye to their friends and loved ones in the waiting area, and will be taken through reception to have their personal belongings and person searched for prohibited items. This does not include a cavity search, and is performed only by a member of staff of the same gender as the patient. Any prohibited items will be confiscated and filed, and the patient will then be taken around the central block by a member of staff, for a tour of the pertinent facility locations. They will be informed of who their therapist is, and provided with a therapy, schooling and activities schedule. Once the tour is completed, they will be escorted to their assigned dormitory and be allowed to unpack and settle in. At the next available meal time, they will be escorted to the dining hall and then back to their room.

Once this routine has been completed, the patient will be left to their own devices save for scheduled class, therapy or activities.

Welcome Packages

Female patients will receive:
A Hallowsgate Network Log-in
Patient Handbook & Prohibited Items List (Below)
Therapy, Class & Activities Schedule
Identification Bracelet (Mandatory)
And the following:

Male patients will receive:
A Hallowsgate Network Log-in
Patient Handbook & Prohibited Items List (below)
Therapy, Class & Activities Schedule
Identification Bracelet (Mandatory)
And the following:

All other toiletries, such as feminine products and razors must be obtained from a member of staff on duty. All shaving activities are monitored by staff members.

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PostSubject: Patient Handbook   Thu May 24, 2012 9:42 pm

Codes of Conduct

Code of Conduct:
All residents of Hallowsgate Hospital are expected to conduct themselves in a mature and orderly fashion. All residents are expected to obey all staff requests without question or argument. Harassment of any nature, to staff or other residents, is a punishable offense. Types of harassment include, but are not limited to: Sexual Harassment, Racial Harassment and General Harassment that Causes Conflict or Unhappiness of Any Kind. Residents breaching this or any other rule at Hallowsgate maybe be reprimanded accordingly.

Intimate Relations:
Residents at Hallowsgate are not permitted to engage in intimate sexual acts with members of staff or other residents. We at Hallowsgate feel that residents will benefit far better from our program if other distractions are removed. Men and Women are allocated to separate rooms, and are not to be found in a room belonging to their opposite gender at any time. This is also for the safety and security of our residents at Hallowsgate.

Controlled Substances:
Residents at Hallowsgate are not permitted to purchase, sell, possess or imbibe controlled substances of any nature. Residents flagged as high risk for substance abuse will be tested for drugs randomly and without warning. Residents found taking controlled substances, including but not limited to: alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, or prescription painkillers, will be relocated to the medical building to detox.

Drug Screening:
All patients admitted to Hallowsgate are expected to undergo routine drug screening at specified or unspecified times. Patients suspected of infringement of controlled substances rules may be tested without prior warning or patient consent.

Dress Code:
Residents of Hallowsgate are permitted to wear their own clothing so long as the following rules are observed:
  • Skirts and Shorts shall not show the underwear or the buttocks.
  • Shirts must cover the midriff and must have at least short sleeves. Shirts must also cover the bust. No spaghetti straps.
  • Accessories that are metallic, sharp or potentially hazardous in any way are not permitted. These include but are not limited to: Thick Chains, Large Earrings, Studded Belts or Jewellery of Any Kind, Large and/or Heavy or Ostentatious Rings, Pendants or Bracelets, Hair Sticks or Otherwise Sharp or Metallic Hair Accessories.
  • Clothing must not be offensive or suggestive in nature.
  • Shoes must not be heavy or sharp. Stilettos are not permitted.

Failure to adhere to clothing regulations will result in the confiscation of all patient personal clothing, and the patient will be supplied with Hallowsgate issue patient scrubs only.

Free Hours and Schedules:
Residents of Hallowsgate are permitted to move about as they wish so long as they are not scheduled for the requisite physical activity, classes, therapy, or recreational periods. Residents are to report to their assigned rooms before lights-out, and are not permitted to leave until morning roll-call is sounded. Residents found skipping scheduled activities or therapy, or found outside of their rooms after lights-out, will be reprimanded.

Personal and Group Therapy
All patients at Hallowsgate are expected to attend scheduled therapy sessions overseen by our competent staff and registered doctors of psychiatry. Upon admission, all patients will be assigned group and personal therapy sessions based on their specific needs. All information on these sessions is posted at the nurses' station of each ward. All questions on personal and group therapy are to be raised with the patient's primary therapist during scheduled individual therapy hours.

Communal Dining and Activity Areas:
All patients possessing communal activity privileges are expected to conduct themselves in a pleasant and friendly manner during communal hours and at all times. Patients found causing emotional distress to themselves or other patients may lose these privileges for a probational period. Repeat offenders may be posted to the isolation wards for a period of time to be determined by the patient's primary therapist or the facility administrator.

Prohibited Items

Our state of the art psychiatric and rehabilitation facility observes a strict guideline for acceptable and prohibited personal effects and substances. Below you will find a comprehensive list of the things that we do not allow on-site unless otherwise specified by facility heads of staff. A search of all persons admitted to our facilities is mandatory, and items that violate guidelines will be confiscated.

Drugs and Alcohol: We do not allow any controlled substances, medications not prescribed to a resident or patient, aerosols, other substances that may be used in an inappropriate manner, or alcohol on-site at any of our facilities. These may include, but are not limited to such things as solvents and glues, aerosol products not for personal hygiene purposes, organic compounds of a mind-altering or psychedelic nature, narcotics and opiates not prescribed to the patient, or any other substances that may be abused. Prescription medications will be kept by facility staff and administered at the discretion of the nurses or doctors on duty.

Clothing or Items of a Suggestive Nature: Items of clothing, or personal effects comprised of images that are suggestive in nature are not permitted at our facilities. This includes drug paraphernalia or iconography, sexually suggestive or explicit imagery or sculpture, offensive images or language and violent imagery.

Weapons: Our facilities do not allow weaponry of any kind, or objects that may be considered as weapons or used against another person with the intention of causing physical harm. These include but are not limited to: Knives and other blades, firearms, metallic objects with sharp points or edges, chains, heavy objects that may be used to bludgeon, such as paper weights and ashtrays, glass bottles, jars, flatware or ornaments, construction tools of any kind, sports paraphernalia such at bats and rackets, and ignition devices such as cigarette lighters and matches.

Personal Electronics: Personal electronics must be earned by each resident or patient through outstanding behaviour, and may be revoked thereafter at any time should behaviour decline. This includes cell phones, MP3 players, laptops and personal gaming devices.

Miscellaneous: Items that could be used for harming oneself or others, such as scarves, belts, shoelaces, headphone cords, or other cords. Medicines of any kind. Prescription medications will be administered by the staff at the nurse's station along with daily medications, or upon request and staff approval. Musical instruments. Breakable objects, such as sheet plastic and plastic silverware that can be used to harm someone or oneself. All cafeteria silverware is to be accounted for before patients may leave the dining hall.
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