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Re: “The Whistleblower

I have worked at Mad River Hospital from 1988 to 2008 in all dept. Med Surg, Discharge planning,home health,utilization review and administrative nursing supervisor.Administration never questioned
me when going out of my way to provide
patients and families with help at the hospitals expense.I made a fair wage and was always compensated for my time.All doctors I worked with were exceptional
Working at Mad River was one of my best nursing jobs.I would leave my job and feel that I had accomplished much and helped someone in need.It is very sad to read such a one sided article by what appears to be a very angry,unhappy professional.
No need to tear down your colleagues.
Just pack your bags and move on
Keep going Mad River Hospital the community needs you and congratulations on remaining
independent.
Jo Borchardt_ Smith RN. Seattle, Wa.

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Posted by Jo Borchardt Smith RN on 01/19/2020 at 12:47 AM

Re: “The Whistleblower

Each experience I’ve had at Madriver has been subpar-granted I’ve lived Memphis and Houston so I will say Humboldt county’s medical care needs improvement.

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Posted by S. Harmon on 01/18/2020 at 8:05 AM

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