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Re: “Mold Grievance

Parasites....That is a very interesting word in deed! These are all young, healthy people who have developed a bazaar set of symptoms, . They all have families, and children. They want nothing more than to be well enough to see their life responsibilities be met. They want to be well enough to play and care for their young children. Well enough to see them to adult hood and hopefully meet their grandchildren some day. The only common thread being their place of employment. As for the doctors prescribing these tests....They are all different. Mostly these peoples primary care doctors, due to the fact that they can't even get the hospitals work comp doc to listen to word they have to say. In fact, if you read his reports you'll find he just makes it up as he goes along. Which, sense he refuses these people witnesses in his exam room, isn't that difficult, leaving him free to make up what ever he wants, and he does. He's a liar, the hospital's employee health nurse is a liar, and has been known for it for years. Those two are the reason the nurses aren't getting the treatment and care the need, no one else. Those two are the rotten apples in the barrel. The doctor lies in his reports and the employee health nurse, by her own admission, lies to the work comp company, stating "there is no mold in the hospital"
Administration is aware, and have directed her to rectify her actions. I just hope they have followed up on that, because God knows that woman has ZERO moral conscience!

Posted by Hopeful on 05/24/2011 at 9:13 AM

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