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Nedrow, NY

#81 Jan 28, 2012
its "dumb"
watching you

Ithaca, NY

#82 Jan 28, 2012
How can someone be so fucking stupid to risk their career like that!! Now she wont get a job anywhere except flipping burgers at MCD's. Thats even if they will take her. If you have a drug problem then she should of went and got help like any normal person. Wow some people amaze me!
ya ok

Ithaca, NY

#83 Jan 28, 2012
She is not a scumbag. Most RN's are not scumbags, they make really good money and they earned it!!Don't judge please. She is a great nurse. Everyone has issues, some have more than others. Addiction is a disease and is too easy to fall into.
scumbag

New York, NY

#84 Jan 28, 2012
ya ok wrote:
She is not a scumbag. Most RN's are not scumbags, they make really good money and they earned it!!Don't judge please. She is a great nurse. Everyone has issues, some have more than others. Addiction is a disease and is too easy to fall into.
Sure hear that word tossed around a lot. Ya we all have issues. But not all of us have other peoples lives in our hands as part of our job description. And not all of us have the key to the emergency room pharmacy hanging around our neck. And that part abour her being a great nurse. Change is to was.
thunderball

Saranac Lake, NY

#85 Jan 28, 2012
matthew wrote:
It's been estimated that as many as 25% of the people who work in hospitals are addicts, and get their fix from the left overs in a syringe or bottle. Havent you watched House? These people have degrees so their more creative when it comes to getting their fix
House is a tv show! Its a work of fiction!
Drug Addiction Problems

Saranac Lake, NY

#86 Jan 29, 2012
No excuse for this. Emergency patients normally go in to them because of serious of an illness or accident. Who needs a drug addicted nurse messing with your body? Come on now!
ya ok wrote:
She is not a scumbag. Most RN's are not scumbags, they make really good money and they earned it!!Don't judge please. She is a great nurse. Everyone has issues, some have more than others. Addiction is a disease and is too easy to fall into.
Drug Addiction Problems

Saranac Lake, NY

#87 Jan 29, 2012
This woman has probably caused people to die because of her mistakes in the er. No one at this point knows for sure. People who are under the influence of such drugs should not be driving or doing anything important let alone taking care of someone who is seriously ill or who has been in an accident. Don't you defenders get it? Do you do the drugs to?
R U Serious

Ithaca, NY

#88 Jan 29, 2012
April is a great person that made a mistake. I am glad that she is getting the help she needs. She will come back stronger then ever. She has help and support from her real friends and her family. April was a wonderful nurse and loves helping people. You should not be so quick to judge. But I guess when you all have nothing better to do then read crap on this site and cast your stones that is what makes you think you are better. Get over it. Addiction is an illness that is way to common. Everyone has one in their family may not be you but look close there is one in your family!!!!
WaZup

Ithaca, NY

#89 Jan 29, 2012
R U Serious, would you be so forgiving if April was your children's' bus driver? People put their lives in April Lamberton's hands on a daily basis. People put their loved ones in April Lamberton's care on a daily basis. Fact of the matter is that April only cares about April. She wanted David White and couldn't keep him. This tore her up inside. When he got married recently, that tore her up worse. I'm not Dr. Phil but a blithering idiot that knows even the slightest modicum about April can piece this one together...
Chuckles F Fraud II

Ithaca, NY

#90 Jan 29, 2012
WaZup you'd better keep your mouth shut as you obviosly dont know whats going on here. You think you do but you dont. Second of all dont be hatin on apeface, she isnt the only one......

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#91 Jan 29, 2012
R U Serious wrote:
April is a great person that made a mistake. I am glad that she is getting the help she needs. She will come back stronger then ever. She has help and support from her real friends and her family. April was a wonderful nurse and loves helping people. You should not be so quick to judge. But I guess when you all have nothing better to do then read crap on this site and cast your stones that is what makes you think you are better. Get over it. Addiction is an illness that is way to common. Everyone has one in their family may not be you but look close there is one in your family!!!!
The greatest misconception I see recurring through-out this thread is that addicts are "bad people" who are somehow trying to justify their actions by their addictions. This couldn't be farther from reality. Addicts are sick people suffering from an insidious disease. If this nurse made one great mistake, it could be that she failed to ask for help before she was caught. Addicts are not bad people trying to get "good," but rather they could be characterized as sick people trying to get well. Oftentimes they realize too late that they are trapped in the grip of an addiction far more powerful than their own personal wills. I buried two of my family members who were addicts. So I can say with a great deal of personal sorrow that I wish April the very best in her road ahead. It will not be an easy one and it is only a rod for those who want it, not for those who we may think might need it. But know that there are people you do not know who pray for you and your success this very day. If you make it, and not all addicts who try survive to go on; there are promises that are made to those who are faithful to the 12 Steps of Narcotics Anonymous. They may sound simple; but in their simple beauty is the freedom you will find if you are honest, willing, and loyal to your own deepest self. These are the promises many recovering addicts have found, and they are the promises I wish for you now as you face these dark days ahead, April. If you are painstaking about this early phase of your recovery, you will be amazed before you are even half way through. 1. You are going to know a new freedom and a new happiness. 2. You will not regret the past nor wish to shut the door on it. 3. You will comprehend the word serenity. 4. You will know peace. 5. No matter how far down the scale you have gone, you will see how your experience can benefit others. 6. That feeling of uselessness and self-pity will disappear. 7. You will lose interest in selfish things and gain interest in those around you. 8. Self-seeking will slip away. 9. Your whole attitude and outlook upon life will change. 10. Fear of people and of economic insecurity will leave you. 11. You will intuitively know how to handle situations which used to baffle you. 12. You will suddenly realize that God is doing for you what you could not do for yourself. These are not extravagant promises, April. But you must want them, and you must strive for them. And I pray that you will find each of them in your journey home. God bless you and keep you.
crazy1not

Ithaca, NY

#92 Jan 29, 2012
april broke up with david weitz.....she did not want him or his sons....she is currently dating a great man who is a gainfully employed professional, and he is standing behind her. april has a loving family and many friends who are here to help her....everyone makes mistakes....watch out, you may be next!!!!!!!!!!
Chuckles F Fraud II

Ithaca, NY

#93 Jan 29, 2012
I agree, as a whole she is not a bad person. Unfortunatly she has made a critical error in judgement.
MMH ER Nurse

Saranac Lake, NY

#94 Jan 29, 2012
You have one short fat nurse with brown hair and glasses who is always talking and making fun of people with addictions. I seen it myself. What are you talking about? Now she has one of her own doing the same thing! How funny is this to her now?
R U Serious wrote:
April is a great person that made a mistake. I am glad that she is getting the help she needs. She will come back stronger then ever. She has help and support from her real friends and her family. April was a wonderful nurse and loves helping people. You should not be so quick to judge. But I guess when you all have nothing better to do then read crap on this site and cast your stones that is what makes you think you are better. Get over it. Addiction is an illness that is way to common. Everyone has one in their family may not be you but look close there is one in your family!!!!
Ouch

Ithaca, NY

#95 Jan 29, 2012
You guys are brutal. Im sorry but I do have a heart and I DO BELIEVE people deserve a second chance and to get some help. Those of you who don't...you better hope not one of you or your family members ever make a mistake because it will come back to haunt you. Enjoy your day and your conscience.
we get what we pay for

United States

#96 Jan 29, 2012
Charles Fahd $231,099
Brouillette, Mark P $114,468
Beaulieu, Sue $114,289
Tiernan, Kelly $127,507
Dorothy, Jonnie $76,463
North, Ralene $80,426
Ward, Kevin $72,853
Elsner, Robert $78,292
Mittiga, Mary $65,895
Fregoe, Eileen $78,803
Willer, Debra $68,476
Miller, Eric $123,165
Shatraw, Jackson $54,550
Premo, Carla $53,435
Zyzik, Julie $74,545
Curtin, Sean $72,039
Smith, Joyce $85,257
Wilkins, Karen $79,991
Grose, Jana $99,979
Corcoran, Tina $85,355
Dillabough, Dee $70,247

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Washington, DC

#97 Jan 29, 2012
ya ok wrote:
She is not a scumbag. Most RN's are not scumbags, they make really good money and they earned it!!Don't judge please. She is a great nurse. Everyone has issues, some have more than others. Addiction is a disease and is too easy to fall into.
Scum bag RN---> Alex Markel. Drug addict as well
Addie

Manteno, IL

#98 Jan 29, 2012
She is fortunate that she did not loose her life from her disguided thinking. As a nurse she knew what she was doing. What make matters worse is Im sure other nurse knew something, the signs are too obvious, someone was signing off her waste. At least she will have the best chance for survival with the ammount of oversight and hoops she will have to go through with the legal process and the BON. Many nurses die from senarios like this. People would be amazed at the number of nurses that go into confidential treatment every year, the numbers are actually stagering. April, Ill pray for you, be happy that now you will get help. The relapse rate of an Opiate addict is 95%. It is more deadly than most cancers. Hospitals need to employ random drug testing, this is a big problem, stealing waste medications. The AMA is against drug testing , something is very wrong with that kind of thinking.
pretty bad

Ithaca, NY

#99 Jan 29, 2012
I think she is a scumbag and I know my family will never go back to that hospital again.
mr facade

Ithaca, NY

#100 Jan 29, 2012
maybe the director of nurses, sue beaulieu, should be paid more for all the nurses she oversees..

also, the hospital could not operate if they drug tested...believe me

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