what

Canton, OH

#41 Jan 10, 2013
BGInsider wrote:
Has anyone seen that giant billboard on the By-Pass right to the right of the Medical Center adverting a malpractice lawyer???? You can see it clearly when you see the building as you approach from the Lousiville Road......tells you something, doesn't it?!?!?!?!?!
Please tell me the name of the attorney I have a case. thought i would have to go out of town to get one
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#42 Jan 10, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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There are a lot of people who are using the ER as a GP because if they don't have health insurance and are unemployed, they can file for assistance and most of the time can get the bill COMPLETELY written off.
It may be completely written off your account but the rest of us pay because the prices go up so we cover non paying expenses
BGInsider

Georgetown, IN

#43 Jan 10, 2013
what wrote:
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Please tell me the name of the attorney I have a case. thought i would have to go out of town to get one
The billboard was for one from Louisville, I think the number was 502-LAWYERS. For a local one, try Steve Hixon....he's the BEST here, and he HATES the Medical Center. I remember a few years ago a man lost his tally-whacker due to the negligence of a doctor....he sued and got over 2 mil for this guy (poor, poor guy!).....good luck!!
Beau Wilkins lover

New Albany, IN

#45 Jan 10, 2013
and Beau works in the ER!!!
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#46 Jan 10, 2013
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Its not a damn bit of your business what they use it for, what is your business because you WORK there is to do YOUR job and keep your damn mouth shut. Some kids that are in college and have dead beat dads that was suppose to keep insurance on them but they dropped the ball and the mom cant afford coverage. So shut your face and do your job.
You need to put down the crack, because I CERTAINLY don't work there, nor would I if I had the opportunity.

What do deadbeat dad's have to do with college kids? Support stops when they're 18 or graduate high school; whichever comes last.
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#47 Jan 10, 2013
and wrote:
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Its not a damn bit of your business what they use it for, what is your business because you WORK there is to do YOUR job and keep your damn mouth shut. Some kids that are in college and have dead beat dads that was suppose to keep insurance on them but they dropped the ball and the mom cant afford coverage. So shut your face and do your job.
It becomes our business when we are paying patients and have to pay more to cover there cost of those who don't pay
Pleazzzzzz

Alliance, OH

#48 Jan 10, 2013
whoaa wrote:
<quoted text>Not really a good point last time i was at the MC they took me into a waiting area before I was put into a room to see the doctor and there was a trash can with vomit still in it. Then when I was put in a room the sheet on the bed was wrinkled and had shoe prints on it so they didn't even changed the beding before putting me in the room. So as far as you thinking you know every f**king thing because your smart a** works there, think again. How about you stop judging people when every case is different and your hospital suxs rocks!! lol Not to meantion the staff. Doctors theere are GREAT and by staff I mean Smart A** RN that think they are F**king DOCTORS!!
What you said !!! I know that's true !!!
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#49 Jan 10, 2013
genevieve wrote:
<quoted text> It becomes our business when we are paying patients and have to pay more to cover there cost of those who don't pay
Agreed. Just like its our business when people who receive foodstamps/wellfare, and who live in Government housing and are still able to afford cigarettes, liquor/alcohol, tattoos, and lottery tickets.
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#50 Jan 10, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Agreed. Just like its our business when people who receive foodstamps/wellfare, and who live in Government housing and are still able to afford cigarettes, liquor/alcohol, tattoos, and lottery tickets.
AMEN!
Patient

Scottsville, KY

#51 Jan 10, 2013
I had never been to the hospital except years ago for children. One night late, I had a headache and honestly thought I was dying. When I entered the Medical Center ER, they immediately took my vitals, and my Blood pressure was so high, they took me straight back and started working on me. They got my ID out of my purse, called my next of kin and asked if I had insurance hours later. I was completely amazed at the care and concern they showed.
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#52 Jan 10, 2013
Anywhere wrote:
<quoted text> and yet med center is still the busiest of the two....yeah that does say something
It sure does. It says they have ONE dr. on duty at night on weekends for
the third largest town in KY. You only need 4 or 5 patients for one DR to be busy. If they had a full staff they would look "as "busy" as other hospitals who staff appropriately
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#53 Jan 10, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Agreed. Just like its our business when people who receive foodstamps/wellfare, and who live in Government housing and are still able to afford cigarettes, liquor/alcohol, tattoos, and lottery tickets.
Agree and it is only going to get worse with our current administration. They believe if you work hard and make money, you should be punished and they take it away and give to the lazy who don't could work but choose not to and live off the rest of us who are trying to provide for our family and are FORCED to provide for those who could but choose not to work.
This will gross u out

United States

#54 Jan 10, 2013
A few years ago, I was having bad urine retention problems and had to be cathed. First, the nurse tried to stick it into the urethra and missed, inserting it into my vagina. THEN, she drops THE SAME CATH, and tries to insert it again! Obviously, by compromising sterile procedures repeatedly, this caused me to get a massive bladder and kidney infection. I came in there with one kind of bacterial infection, but due to her incompetence, I ended up fighting and addional type of bacteria invading my body! Yes, I reported all of this, but it didnt help me much at that moment!
Unless you are actively dying, DO NOT go there!
Woot woot

Georgetown, IN

#55 Jan 10, 2013
I like hotties! Where???
Employee

Georgetown, IN

#56 Jan 10, 2013
I've worked at the ER for 2 years. We are only humans, doing our job the best we can. When patients coming in demanding, being rude or with an attitude....it's not our problem. If you are sick I will help you. If you are drug seeking, an asshole or just plan stupid, I can't help you. It's as simple as that.
Interested

United States

#57 Jan 11, 2013
Beau Wilkins lover wrote:
and Beau works in the ER!!!
Love him!
Pleazzzzzz

United States

#58 Jan 11, 2013
Employee wrote:
I've worked at the ER for 2 years. We are only humans, doing our job the best we can. When patients coming in demanding, being rude or with an attitude....it's not our problem. If you are sick I will help you. If you are drug seeking, an asshole or just plan stupid, I can't help you. It's as simple as that.
It is your JOB !!
genevieve

North Ridgeville, OH

#60 Jan 11, 2013
Employee wrote:
I've worked at the ER for 2 years. We are only humans, doing our job the best we can. When patients coming in demanding, being rude or with an attitude....it's not our problem. If you are sick I will help you. If you are drug seeking, an asshole or just plan stupid, I can't help you. It's as simple as that.
They are demanding and rude because they are SICK and they need to be be seen in less than 4 HOURS you are understaffed but that should NOT be the sick person's problem.
That is a staffing problem!! By the way, you must be a new nurse otherwise you would know that the majority of people who are in chonic pain are under treated. And No, i have not,nor my family members never been to the ER for chronic pain andd never have been drug seeking. I understand you
BGInsider

Georgetown, IN

#61 Jan 11, 2013
Employee wrote:
I've worked at the ER for 2 years. We are only humans, doing our job the best we can. When patients coming in demanding, being rude or with an attitude....it's not our problem. If you are sick I will help you. If you are drug seeking, an asshole or just plan stupid, I can't help you. It's as simple as that.
I like you attitude.....NOT!!! A'HOLE!!!
BGInsider

Georgetown, IN

#62 Jan 11, 2013
....oh, and go be a checkout clerk at Walmart, you're probably more suited for that anyway!!! LOL!!!

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