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Peninsula Village / Re: Getting Records From PV - URGENT
« on: September 01, 2009, 07:54:34 PM »
I just got an email back from PV.

Hello Mr. XXXXXX I had a request for records from you forwarded to me via our online messaging. I am inclosing 2 release attachments that would need to be filled out and signed. There is a fee for making personal copies of records. If the request is for follow up care to another provider we would send those to your provider as a professional courtesy you just make the release out to send to them.

The fee will be $.75 for the first 50 pages, $.50 for the next 50 to 199 pages and then $.25 for the each page after that.

Please feel free to call me at 865-970-3255- opt 1 and opt2.

Thank you.


Debra Montooth


Peninsula Village Medical Records

PO Box 100, Jones Bend Rd

Louisville, TN 37777


865-970-3255, option 1, option 2

1-800-255-8336, optionn 1, option 2

fax: 865-970-1812

I sent an email back requesting the total number of pages. I will attempt to have the records sent to the facility that I currently work at since I can likely get our clinician to sign a HIPPA release for me. Either way, its easy to see that these records could end up being very costly for a patient that had a long stay.

Peninsula Village / Re: PV Staff Laugh While Restraining A Crying Baby!
« on: September 01, 2009, 03:47:22 AM »
Quote from: "MaxW"
That place doesnt look bad at all.  Everyone looks happy and genuinely enjoying themselves, not brainwashed and fake.  I have been to places where the kids are not treated well.  This is not one of them.

I supposed you didn't see the picture of, what I only assume is staff member, with a smiling face pressed against the inside glass of the 8 inch by 8 inch restraint room window. That is a peice of glass over an inch thick that is set into a solid metal door with a sliding bolt lock on the outside. That room is generally where they place children AFTER they have been engaged in a PCI, and AFTER they have been shot full of either Thorazine or Haldol. The room has no interior lighting, no furnishings, measures about 4 x 4, and has only a roughly tiled floor. Kids that are thrown into this room are usually dressed in hospital gowns and are left for upwards of 4 hours with no light other than whatever rays of fluorescent that pass through the tiny window. Usually the patients press their face against the glass and occasionally a staff member will walk by and smack the glass to get them to sit back down. I know this because I spent time in that room.

As for the pictures....yes all those photos of the outdoor program look pretty nice. I suggest you try to find pictures of STU and see how "happy" the kids in there look.

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