Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Another Death in Texas.......................

Another life taken by the medical cartel in Texas. Carolee Gee, an Austin Texas model who died because an emergency room in Texas failed to deliver the basic standard of care. In Texas, the emergency rooms are not held liable for any thing they do, or not do, because tort reform exempts them from liability. The only way the emergency rooms can be held liable is if a health care worker gets on a stretcher, slits a patient's throat or shoots them point blank in front of witnesses. Carolee died November 2013. She left behind a six year old daughter. CM

4 comments:

Fortenbras said...

hindu 'doctor'? Texas is famous for them. Utterly worthless, un-trained, exceedingly stupid, and egotistical. If you see one of those dot-brained maggots about to 'treat' someone you care about, get him/her the hell to safety.

mawm said...

Unless you have worked in the fraught environment of medical emergencies surrounded by so many possibilities, bizarre presentations and every individual describing the same feeling differently you are in no position to judge. In retrospect it all seems to be simple and straight forward, but in the heat of the moment it is not.

I have worked with some extremely bright and competent "hindu" doctors and some appallingly useless American ones. It comes down to the individual and the training they have been through.

Mr. Bee said...

98000 people die each year from medical mistakes.

https://www.propublica.org/article/how-many-die-from-medical-mistakes-in-us-hospitals

All malpractice suits do is make it less profitable for the good doctors while lawyers pick up 2/3 of the proceeds.

Just wait until socialize medicine comes in, and it will. You'll be lucky to get out alive.

Fortenbras said...

I am in a very good 'position' to judge as I was cursed with the maggots for three long years. 3rd worlders at the very best and I never saw one rise that high. Here's a website of my experiences:

http://brainfungus3.blogspot.com/