DOJ says patients at risk in Georgia ...

DOJ says patients at risk in Georgia mental hospitals

There are 1 comment on the Chattanooga Times Free Press story from Jan 29, 2010, titled DOJ says patients at risk in Georgia mental hospitals. In it, Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that:

ATLANTA a ' Federal officials said Friday they are taking action to protect people in seven Georgia psychiatric hospitals from harm to their lives, health and safety.

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Macon, GA

#1 Feb 11, 2010
DOJ is trying to fill their bank accounts and are not focusing on the care of the individuals. The majority of patients are well taken care of. Some incidents cant be prevented. The incidents that happened should fall upon the staff that was in charge not the hospital as a whole.

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