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Interview with PJ, Katherine, Jimmy, Baldy, Max, Karen, Richard and Danielle

JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
PJ: n/a
Katherine: NO its the worst place ever to get medical attention. If you had an emergency...and told the nurse when she finally came around, they dont care they would tell you to fill out a sick call request and it would take days for you to get the treatment you needed.
Jimmy: sometimes
Baldy: no, Im on psychiatric pills that help me with my schizophrenia, and they dont give those to me.
Max: no
Karen: no as a matter of fact I went in there with some and they took it from me and refused to give it to me
Richard: yes the medical staff is pretty decent
Danielle: i am diabetic and high blood pressure so i had my meds. but you had to wait 2 days to get tylenol for a headache

JM: How did you get your medications?
PJ: n/a
Katherine: The nurse would come with a cart 2 times a day. Once in the early morning and once after dinner.
Jimmy: dont really know didnt complain if i had a headache and didnt need any prescritions
Baldy: the nurse gives me my other meds.
Max: they refused to give me mine
Karen: I guess you see the nurse
Richard: at a cell door from a nurse or someone else from medical staff when they come around at med time
Danielle: the nurse came 2x a day to give meds and then she would come during the day to do nurse call.

JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
PJ: loss of privileges
Katherine: They will send you to the box and you will get another outside charge added onto the ones you have.
Jimmy: time in the box
Baldy: im in jail aint I ?
Karen: n/a
Richard: i dont know because the med staff watches you as you injest your meds right in front of them at that time
Danielle: you went to lock. i saw it everyday.people selling there meds for food because they didnt feed us enough. or people bring in street drugs

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