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  • Admissions

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  • Administration Wing

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  • Reception


    Where every new patient begins their life at St. Matilda's Patient admissions begin here, before the personal search and confiscation of prohibited items.
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  • Staff Offices


    The offices of St. Matilda's Administrators and Psychiatric Staff are located here.
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  • Records


    This is where all patient and staff files are kept under lock and key. Only members of staff are allowed access to patient files, and only administrative staff are allowed access to staff files.
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  • Staff Lounge


    A small oasis of peace and relaxation... If you're lucky. The staff lounge provides catered breakfast, lunch and dinner to St. Matilda's staff, and comes equipped with the obligatory coffee machines, microwaves and other likely sundries.
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  • The Spine

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  • Individual Therapy Offices


    Just as described, these offices, belonging to members of the psychiatric staff, are where individual therapy sessions are hosted.
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  • Group Therapy Rooms


    The group therapy rooms are host to many communal actives, as well as group therapy sessions of course. Art, dance, exercise, education and music therapies are also hosted here.
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  • The Spine Recreation Room


    The recreation room in the spine is a popular hang-out spot, located adjacent to the dining hall. it boasts a television set and a number of archaic arcade games, such as pinball and old Namco gaming systems. Board games and card games may also be found here. The windows of this room overlook the side yard.
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  • The Dining Hall


    Somewhat of a central hub, the dining hall is where all patients report for breakfast, lunch and dinner, unless otherwise specified by their therapists. Snacks and drinks may also be procured here during the day, and the hall often serves as a social meeting point.
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  • Restrooms


    The Spine's Male and Female restrooms. All restrooms undergo checks by orderly and nursing staff every twenty minutes.
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  • Hallways


    Many hallways map the spine, between therapy rooms and recreation rooms, not to mention the dining hall and restrooms. These hallways, as all St. Matilda's hallways, can seem rather labyrinthine if you don't know your way around.
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  • Main Building Outdoor Areas

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  • The Courtyard


    Located in the crook of The Spine and Ward G, The Courtyard is a bleak space of asphalt, and a popular hangout amongst the smokers, being one of limited designated smoking areas.
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  • The Side Yard


    The side yard leads out toward the pool, the gardens, the pavilion and the badminton courts. It is a quiet spot providing benches for relaxation and reading, or just hanging out.
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  • The Terrace Gardens


    The Terrace Gardens are meticulously sculpted gardens, flower beds and walkways set on varying landscaped levels, and flanking the pavilion.
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  • The Pavilion


    The pavilion is a large outdoor gazebo located just within the all-access grounds and bordered by the terrace gardens. In the summer, the pavilion is host to picnics and other social events.
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  • The Outdoor Pool


    The Outdoor Pool is closed for business from mid-Autumn to late spring, due to inclement weather and the fact that it is not self-heated. The pool is under heavy surveillance at all times.
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  • The Badminton Courts


    Just as you would expect, the badminton courts are used for badminton and tennis from late spring into mid-autumn. They are not utilised during months of inclement weather.
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  • Ward A - High Security

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  • Patient Dormitories 1-20


    The female dormitories of Ward A, housing two patients to a room.
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  • Patient Dormitories 21-40


    The male dormitories of Ward A, housing two patients to a room.
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  • Single Patient Dormitories 41-50


    Just as described, these dormitories house one patient at a time, of either sex, and are subject to more rigorous security and surveillance.
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  • Ward A Security Nurses' Station


    The central hub of Ward A. Patients on this ward report here for their scheduled medications, and security runs their rounds from this location.
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  • East Wing Recreation Room


    A high security recreation room for all patients of the main building. Smoking is not permitted in this recreation room, and objects that may be used to cause harm to self or others may not be brought in.
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  • Ward B - Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

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  • Patient Dormitories 51-70


    The female dormitories of Ward B, housing two patients to a room.
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  • Patient Dormitories 71-90


    The male dormitories of Ward B, housing two patients to a room.
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  • Rehabilitation Wing Recreation


    A designated smoking area, Ward B recreation is a haven away from the bustle and chaos of the other wings, and is equipped with a radio and a television, as well as card games and board games.
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  • Substance Rehabilitation Counselling Offices


    These are the offices of St. Matilda's Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Counsellors, utilised for individual and group therapy of patients resident on Ward B
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  • Ward C - Female

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  • Patient Dormitories 91-110


    Female patient dormitories, housing four patients to a room.
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  • Female Showerhouse


    The female showerhouse and restrooms. Shower times are monitored by staff outside of the shower house. Any and all shaving activities are supervised by an orderly or nurse on duty.
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  • Convenience Store


    A small store located inside of the main building, where approved personal items, groceries and sundries may be purchased by patients should their therapist permit them access.
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  • Ward D - Outpatient Suites

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  • Outpatient Suites 1-30


    Outpatient suites range from one bedroom to three bedroom suites, and come complete with a living area and kitchenette with breakfast bar, and a bathroom. Suite doors are locked and may only be accessed by outpatients in possession of their suite key, and St. Matilda's staff.
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  • Outpatient Recreation Hall


    The outpatient recreation hall is for OUTPATIENTS ONLY. All other patients are not permitted access. It houses games, television sets, radios and other entertainments. Outpatient meetings and functions, such as parties, take place here.
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  • Outpatient Daycare


    Outpatient daycare is provided for outpatients with children, and run by approved outpatients themselves, under the supervision of St. Matilda's staff. Daycare is open from the hours of 7am to 7pm.
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  • Ward G - Resources

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  • The Library


    The Library houses an enormous array of books, though non that The Institution would find detrimental to the care and running of their patients of course. This rules out books on drugs and drug paraphernalia, violence and/or murders and books of a sexual or pornographic nature.
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  • The Computer Room


    This room houses the institute's personal computers. The outside internet may not be accessed from these machines, though they run in an intranet system. They are often used for Instant Messages between patients.
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  • The Phone Booths


    Incoming and outgoing patient telephone calls are all routed through these old fashioned, wooden telephone booths, for privacy. Or at least the illusion of privacy, because all calls made through these booths are monitored by the nursing or orderly staff on duty at the nurses station.
    Patient Phone Calls
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  • The Nurses Station


    This large station is where the residents of wards C and J report for their scheduled medications. This station is the main hub for all nurses not specifically assigned to wards A or B. Patient telephone calls are also routed through here.
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  • Ward H - Functions

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  • The Brideston Theatre


    Most often, The Brideston Theatre is host to motion picture showings on a large, roll-down white screen. However, from time to time special performances may be hosted here, often including patients and staff.
    Backstage, The Projection Room
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  • Westervelt Function Hall


    The function hall is host to many of the institute's social functions throughout the year, particularly during the winter months when the pavilion may not be utilised due to inclement weather. This hall dates back to the construction of the asylum in the late 1800s.
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  • The Function Hall Restrooms


    These restrooms are the only restrooms that may be utilised by patients attending a function or event in the function hall. They may be utilised regularly at all other times, and are subject to the same security rounds as all other restrooms on site.
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  • Ward I - Leisure & Isolation

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  • West Wing Recreation Room


    The west wing recreation room is the largest recreation room on site, and a designated smoking area during regular daytime operation hours. It boast many games, a standing piano (which is regularly locked) televisions and radios. It is often host to games tournaments for the entertainment of the patients.
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  • The Solarium


    The solarium is a brightly lit place of relaxation, flanked entirely on one side by large windows that offer a view of St. Matilda's front gardens and the wooded trails beyond. Many plants, some of which are rather old, flourish here, and the room offers old fashioned wicker seating for many patients. The solarium is to remain quiet, for the benefit of troubled patients seeking a peaceful atmosphere.
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  • Short-Term Isolation


    Short term isolation is to be used for no longer than two days at a time, and is most often used for restraint of violent or disruptive patients on an hourly basis. Isolation terms exceeding two days are served in seclusion on Sublevel II.
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  • Ward J - Male

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  • Patient Dormitories 111-130


    Male patient dormitories, housing four patients to a room.
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  • Male Showerhouse


    The male showerhouse and restrooms. Shower times are monitored by staff outside of the shower house. Any and all shaving activities are supervised by an orderly or nurse on duty.
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  • The Gymnasium


    Just as you'd expect, the gymnasium is used for sporting events and physical activity. All sessions are supervised by staff. Sports such as indoor tennis and badminton are hosted here during times of inclement weather, as well as others specific to the gymnasium.
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  • Sublevels I & II

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  • Sublevel Nurses Station


    This nurses station is the central hub of communication for the sublevels, and it is from here that medications and meals are delivered to patients in seclusion. Security and video surveillance of seclusion rooms are also routed through this station.
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  • Seclusion


    Located on Sublevel II, the seclusion rooms are for long term isolation. They are heavily monitored, and rooms contain only a bed and a toilet. Seclusion and isolation rooms are not padded unless otherwise specified or directed by the therapist on duty.
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  • Sublevel Showerhouse


    Located on Sublevel II, the sublevel showerhouse is utilised by patients in seclusion, only under heavy supervision by the ward nurses and orderlies. Access to the Sublevels may not be gained by any patients not resident there, nor patient visitors.
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  • Specialised Treatment Rooms


    The specialised treatment rooms are located on Sublevel I, and consist of such rooms as the hydrotherapy room and the ECT room, amongst others.
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  • Sublevel Therapy Offices


    The sublevel offices of St. Matilda's psychiatric staff, utilised for patients residing in seclusion. These rooms are rather Spartan and may be heavily monitored for the safety of the patient and therapist.
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  • Occupational Buildings

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  • The Cattle Sheds


    The thoroughfare point for St. Matilda's on-site cattle during the summer months, and the housing for the cattle during inclement weather. The cattle sheds include St. Matilda's dairy shed as well as the offices of St. Matilda's Agricultural Engineer & Supervisor and Secondary Supervisor of Livestock. Patients may be permitted to work here for a small wage, only by their therapist.
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  • The Grain Shed


    The grain shed houses the agricultural equipment used for tilling, seeding and harvesting of St. Matilda's farm lands, as well as serving for storage of harvested goods. An old fashioned canning centre is also located here, for preserving vegetables and fruits. The office of the Secondary Supervisor of Horticulture is here, and patients may be permitted to work here for a small wage by their therapist.
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  • The Laundry Facility


    The laundry facility is just as the name suggests. Patients may be permitted to work here during the day at the discretion of their personal therapists. A very small wage is paid in order to purchase items at the main building convenience store. The laundry facility washes and dries all linens and laundry from the main building.
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  • The Bakery


    The bakery is the sole supplier of bread and other baked goods on site, as no outside food imports are brought to St. Matilda's except in case of shortages. Patients may be permitted to work here by their therapists, for a small wage.
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  • The Repair Shop


    As well as repairing those mechanical or electrical items from the site that need repair, the repair shop also teaches automotive engineering and repair. Patients may be permitted to work here only by their therapist, and will receive a small wage.
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  • Privileged Grounds Access

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  • The Water Tower


    This water tower provides water and water pressure for all of St. Matilda's. It is fenced off to deter patients from climbing to the top, but serves as a quiet meeting point close to the main building and courtyard. Patients are only permitted on privileged grounds with a pass from their therapist.
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  • Wooded Trails


    St. Matilda's is located in Vermont forest land, and as such, there are many secluded and peaceful trails on-site for patients permitted access to them by their therapist. Horses may be checked out from the cattle shed only through the Agricultural Engineer & Supervisor or Secondary Supervisor of Livestock, and only after appropriate training.
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  • The Reservoir


    The reservoir provides St. Matilda's clean water supply, and is a serene spot located to the south-west of the main building. It has a beach and a dock, supervised at all times, and rowboats may be checked out through the member of staff on duty. Patients must have grounds privileges to visit this site.
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  • St. Matilda Anglican Chapel


    Church services are held here every morning, culminating in a larger service on Sunday mornings. Patients must have grounds access or express permission in order to attend. The chapel is overseen by St. Matilda's resident parish Vicar.
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  • Brideston-Crane Medical Building

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  • The Infirmary


    The infirmary consists of multiple short-term examination rooms catering to patients with typical ailments or medical complaints.
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  • Residential Medical Ward


    This ward houses patients who must stay at the medical building for extended periods of time, or must be kept overnight due to ailments or injuries that cannot be treated in the main building. Each room houses one patient, and room checks are performed regularly by nursing staff.
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  • Observation Rooms


    These are the padded isolation rooms of the medical building, used to house patients who have injured themselves or may be a threat to themselves. These rooms are attended by medical staff and ward orderlies.
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  • Laboratories


    The labs are used for many medical tests, as well as to observe the effects of new medications on St. Matilda's patients. Patients are not permitted access to this area under any circumstances.
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  • Medical Offices


    These are the offices of the medical administration staff, pharmacists, and lab technicians.
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  • The Pharmacy


    Lead by the St. Matilda's lead pharmacist, the pharmacy is responsible for prescribing non-psychiatric medications for medical ailments.
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  • Brideston-Crane Medical Cafeteria


    A place for staff and patients of the medical building to get breakfast, lunch and dinner. Catered by St. Matilda's dining hall staff.
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  • Staff Only Grounds

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  • Administrative Staff Apartments 1-10


    The staff apartments of St. Matilda's administrative staff, including psychiatric staff, lead medical staff, lead occupational staff, and site administrators.
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  • Staff Housing 11-30


    Staff apartments 1-20, located nearest to the Brideston-Crane Medical Building. Each apartment is fully equipped, and each ranges from one bedroom to three bedrooms, with a living room, dining room, full kitchen, and one bathroom or one and a half bathrooms.
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  • Staff Housing 31-50


    The staff housing block located to the far east of the grounds, closest to the main building.
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  • The General Store


    This store offers the few imports from the outside world that St. Matilda's has to offer, such as common grocery items, toiletries and other personal sundries. It also offers fresh produce and meat grown on site, as well as a few other trinkets such as children's toys and a small clothing department.
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  • Staff Recreation Hall


    The staff recreation hall hosts many staff social events, as well as after-school activities for children of St. Matilda's staff. It is compromised of four separate rooms and a larger reception room utilised for dances and cocktail socials.
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  • The School


    All children at St. Matilda's are required to attend school once they are of an appropriate age. This includes the children of outpatients and staff. The school caters to small classes of kindergarten through highschool seniors.
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