Risperdal Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Risperidone, sold under the brand name Risperdal among others, is an atypical antipsychotic. It is used to treat schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and irritability associated with autism. It is taken either by mouth or by injection into a muscle. The injectable version is long-acting and lasts for about two weeks.Common side effects include movement problems, sleepiness, dizziness, trouble seeing,
A schizophrenic patient warns, "“Please avoid this medication [Risperidone] at all cost, it is impossible to get off of. I have tried twice and ended up in total disaster. The first time I tried to get off it I ended up completely constipated and three years later I am still badly constipated. It changed some mechanism responsible for that during withdrawal. The second time I ended up with Anhedonia which is an inability to enjoy things, when I look at food now it's like looking at a rock, no reaction. These drugs cause total dependency, completely change the brain and cause brain damage and are not the answer.”
Team Member (Current Employee) says"Work-life balance"
Take patients to room and prepare them for the physician (Current Employee) says"They not worth a review dont go there or take ur family there . They treat u bad and lie. They under pay there staff. They allow you u to work in unsafe environment"
Medical Office Administrator (Former Employee) says"After being there for a short while the facility is located in a neighborhood where there are people living in the surrounding areas are close by and some are not close by Cons: it has been there for a long time"
Telemetry Monitor Technician (Current Employee) says"a typical day at work there is filled with frustration. No one should not want to come to work and/or feel that way at any time. Its just a constant struggle trying to get people to do their jobs! Very frustrating!"
Driver (Former Employee) says"really stressful, poor management, manager was rude and not educated would speak down to all employees, we didn't get breaks and if we did they were not on time, our work was not appreciated, worked more than 8 hrs daily , no benefits."
Certified Phlebotomist (Former Employee) says"I loved working here gain all of my experience here. loved the emergency room department so much I learned from the hospital Cons: very long hours"
CMA (Former Employee) says"Ok they don't like for you to miss often even though you have hours for sick leave or vacation leave hours and don't appreciate the hard work you do and is all favoritism."
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) says"There is no room for advancement within this establishment. Human Resources does not assist employees properly and they are very unorganized and rude."
Registered Nurse, Charge RN (Former Employee) says"There is a major issue with bullying from management and several patient safety issues. When concerns were brought to they attention of upper management they were swept under the rug for months until more serious notification was necessary."
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says"Don't do it!!! Don't do it!!! Don't do it!!! Don't do it!!! Don't do it!!! If you are not working in the SNF unit then you're better off finding another place to work. NO JOB SECURITY!"
Grill Cook (Former Employee) says"Its just a bad place to work everyone always yelling and fussing back and foward it was just crazy I will never go back there they want let u grow I like to work places I can grow in"
Charge Analyst/Follow up Biller/Collections (Former Employee) says"Always work to do, never a dull day. I loved the challengeThat they provided everyday."
Telecommunications Command Center Operator (Current Employee) says"I am a great worker. I learned a lot on the job I have be on my job for 26 years. Management has its ups and down. The workplace work is okay. M.0/y job was not hard at all to me. I enjoyed my job the 26 years there was great."
Staff Nurse-Emergency Department (Former Employee) says"I found the overall working conditions to be terrible.VERY short staffed. Nurses by and large were good & worked very hard but it was like flying without a net . No management support. No orderlies so nurses had to take over all duties normally performed by orderlies: transporting patients,taking samples to lab,getting meds from pharmacy as needed. No relief for meals or breaks. No help if one or more patients in your assigned area needed one-to-one care, Cons: as above"
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says"Upper Management is untrustworthy and they can't separate the personal from professional and you never get pay increases morale is low needs new entire Administrator from CEO CFO and the Patient Access Director and management team. I would never work for this Organization again."
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says"First job in medical field stayed there for two years, learned about the day to day process of a medical office"
Emergency Room Technician (Former Employee) says"It was a very busy place to work ,but mangement was very disorganized. Management wouldn't pitch in to help Every person who was in charged was over worked. staff hardly come to work. Cons: non"
Human Resources (Former Employee) says"Too much to type. My overall experience was just okay. Poor leadership, unorganized, no accountability. A hospital needs to run private and not by DC. The hiring pool comes from different areas. Some times, you never knew who would show up, because some were hired through DC and other folks were hired directly through the hospital. There was no diversity in nurses so one group of people felt like they overpowered the other.. Just too much."
Staff Registered Nurse, RN-ICU (Current Employee) says"Unsafe nursing practice . Do not give raises when waranted. Giving three patients in the icu managers do not make staffing is adequate manger do not cal Cons: Unsafe nursing practice"
Utility Worker (Former Employee) says"work days were stessful co workers weren't team oriented ."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Sanders Phillips Grossman full-time Cons: HIGH turnover. Micromanagement by supervisors who are too busy to help but have plenty of time to criticize. Redundancy of work. Lack of contact with upper management."
Former Employee - Paralegal says"I worked at Sanders Phillips Grossman full-time for more than a year Cons: Management and lead attorney made the work environment very miserable. All staff did great work but there was extreme pressure from upper management and a lot of micromanaging from supervisors over nonessential issues"
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