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They have cared for me and my family on several occasions and are second to none
Rob Cross, 1 year ago
I went there for a total of 6 days, and it was pretty good, but they are pretty strict about a lot of things.
Domo Jam, 1 year ago
My therapist recently suggested that I go inpatient at Rolling Hills Hospital. She called that evening from her office, and they said I could come on in. I didn't get there until 1am but they still welcomed me. Once on the detox unit, they did ask a lot of personal questions, some that had indeed already been answered for insurance acceptance, but I consider that a plus. They needed to know these things for my proper treatment. I saw a caring, down to earth psychiatrist everyday, and had an option to see a medical doctor daily as well. Rolling Hills has a music therapist, art therapist and other staff that hold groups encouraging development of new coping skills and positive feedback concerning how to deal with all aspects of life that could lead to negative thoughts and actions on my part. There are rules that might not make sense at the time, but you have to imagine, they're there for a reason. We, as a society, have made it a habit to blame others for our negative actions and thoughts. This hospital is extremely proactive, using past occurrences to make necessary steps to ensure the safety of its patients. I would like to personally thank the nursing staff and techs for the understanding and patience you all had with me. Thank you for loving your job and what you do. I am a life that has changed with all of your help. I strongly recommend Rolling Hills Hospital as a primary tool to step into recovery.
Stacie Sherrill, 2 years ago
I was a patient here and thet treated me so kindly! Everyone was nice and i had no restricted diet like at Skyline! Please go here, they are amazing people!!!
Toasty Roaster, 2 years ago
I went here in high school and I have to say it changed my life completely — for the best. I would recommend anybody living with mental illness to go here. As a teenager I didn’t see the importance of my parents bringing me here — I honestly hated it at first but I’m sure glad they did that for me.
Jocelyn Silvera, 2 years ago
I was treated very good here. Out of all my inpatient stays, this one did the best for me. I learned a lot from the counselors and the Dr in charge of my care. The Dr was very patient with me and actually listened to me. We worked together to find the best medicine regiment for me. You learn in the day classes and take notes. The nurses are very caring. I sometimes became very bored in the evenings in the community room with only coloring to do. But over all, if I have issues again, I hope to be able to return here for treatment.
susan somnitz, 2 years ago
I personally had a great experience here, despite my initial resistance to being there (as many do). Dr. Ferri was very straightforward with me, which I appreciated very much. The staff was amazing, compassionate, interpersonal, while maintaining professionalism. All the nurses and techs I interacted with were very friendly. Jordan, Peyton, and Angela are the ones that come to mind right now; I would like to thank them personally for being so accommodating and kind to me. The outpatient programs are where I had the most authentic interactions with other people. The therapists, nurses, and Dr. Moturi are extremely helpful and caring. They really go above and beyond to make sure you, as an individual, feel worthwhile. Overall, if you or a loved one wants to seek help, this would be the place to go to. The only thing I could encourage others to keep in mind is that the nurses only interact with you in a certain way because that is the protocol they must follow, otherwise they will treat you very well. Finally, make sure you or your loved one gives the appropriate information to people "on the outside," otherwise they will not be able to reach you (due to the hospital's rules and regulations for the patient's safety).
Cody, 2 years ago
I suffer from head pains and couldn’t get in to see a specialist for several months. My parent told me about this facility and that they could prescribe medicine. I ended up staying overnight for six days. I learn several amazing coping skills and felt great on exiting the program. The nursing and doctors took time and listened to my situation. They did more in six days than Vanderbilt ER, neurologists and my PcP have done in years. This is a great facility.
Bobby Blevins, 2 years ago
First, inpatient. In the hospital, I spent 7 days. I was admitted by my therapist. Everything that staff and nurses did for me was with caution. They kept aware that I was not in my best mind when I was admitted. The nurses were very caring. They really tried to connect with us (one even watched TV with us and would have normal conversations with us during commercials, the connection was beautiful), they tried to make sure they understood what was happening, and they treated me with utmost respect. The group therapists were also amazing. They do monitor every 15 minutes. Even when asleep. However, for me, this was not a problem. I was in the hospital to be kept safe, and to be treated. The staff know what they're doing. I always received my medicine on time. The rules were really not that bad. Some of the things that the nurses and staff have to do made sense to me every time, because it is their job to ensure safety. (Also, for a hospital, the food was fantastic, and the people who worked in the cafeteria were also very friendly and caring.) Secondly, Partial and Outpatient. This was the best part of my hospital stay. This last for about two months (depending on the situation), and it's every weekday from 9-2, then step down to 9-12 when they believe it is time.This is completely optional, but it's HEAVILY RECOMMENDED. Group therapy was the part that helped me get on my feet so much easily than expected. I learned how to make it in the world, how to change my mindsets, how to improve my relationships, and how to be a better person in general. I, and everyone I was with, learned so much. The support from the whole team is so encouraging and beautiful. I left feeling like a brand new person, with real life smarts and knowledge that some few people even know. I recommend this hospital to everyone. It changed my life, and I believe it would change anyone's life who really pays attention, and works very hard on the work. It is hard, but this hospital made me believe it is possible.
Lauren Ashleigh, 3 years ago
Thank you, Jim and team, for the outstanding hospitality during my visit. I came away excited about the work you're doing in the area of mental health. I appreciate your professionalism and the compassion you show your patients.
Zander Jones, 3 years ago
The staff was very nice sweet helpful non judgmental Dr Carl was amazing I definitely recoperated and comfortably the food was awesome but breakfast could use alot of help ....Eggs biscuits gravy
Tiffany Wilson, 3 years ago
I loved this place so much, i went back a second time. Facility was clean. Food was good. Nurses and doctors were empathetic. I had a wonderful experience, both times, and recommend this hospital to anyone in need of substance abuse detox. Dr Carl was awesome. Andrew the nurse was sweet as could be.
Danielle Williams, 3 years ago
I had a great experience with Rolling Hills and their IOP program. The physicians, staff and nurses are very nice and accommodating. Both the Hospital and after-care staff did a great job. I would highly recommend their IOP program to anyone looking to better themselves. I learned a lot and left feeling extremely motivated.
Jason H, 3 years ago
Dr. Ferri out of 99/100
Marilyn Woodward, 3 years ago
I went in for adolescent inpatient treatment. The staff treated me with respect, the group therapy was super helpful, the food was great, and I got to see my psych every day. The MHS there were great people who really wanted everyone to get better.
Natalie Wolf, 4 years ago
2014 Quail Hollow Circle, Franklin, Tennessee 37067
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Rolling Hills Hospital is a reputable and accredited addiction treatment facility in Franklin, Tennessee. The goal of Rolling Hills Hospital is to change the life of an addict for the better by giving the proper guidance and treatment methods required for a successful recovery.
Treating addictions, whether to drugs or alcohol, requires conducting a thorough patient assessment in order to determine what sort of treatment program will benefit the patient the most. Constructing a future that is free of alcohol and drug use begins with a solid foundation and that foundation can be found at Rolling Hills Hospital.
After meeting with an addiction counselor, the patient will get a customized treatment plan just for them and their unique case.
By developing coping mechanisms throughout treatment, patients can reenter society feeling confident and assured which is essential when wanting to maintain long-lasting sobriety. Accomplishing the end goal of obtaining sustained sobriety is possible with the help of professional treatment.
The disease of addiction is a serious one and one that requires intense treatment in order to overcome. By providing the support and guidance needed as well as providing comprehensive treatment, patients will have the opportunity to begin a new more promising life path. There is a life beyond substance abuse, but it takes the help of professional addiction treatment in order to discover that new life.
It’s never too late to attend treatment. Whether the patient has been an addict for one year or five years, the addiction counselors at Rolling Hills Hospital can help. With innovative treatment options available to patients, the chances of recovering from drug and alcohol addiction are likely, but it also requires the dedication and positive mindset of the individual in order to obtain long-lasting recovery.
At Rolling Hills Hospital, quality treatment is never compromised. With the guidance and support of compassionate staff members, patients will feel content when they enter treatment at Rolling Hills Hospital.It’s time to take control of the life being lived and seeking treatment is the best decision to take.