Called to take a Mandatory DOT Drug test, got transferred in circles, spoke to 5 different people, even talked to several people twice, and was refused, because no one knew what was going on, or even wanted... more to help. Several of the people I spoke to were horribly rude. Glad I didn't call because I was sick or dying!
Spoke with two practitioners that advised an ER visit to the nearest hospital, so I call ahead and to clay county medical. They agree that it would be best to come in. Waited for two hours in the ER, (the... more only patients in the ER waiting room) and then when I was finally able to speak with the APRN, she refused to do any testing and implied that I did not have a "real illness" by telling me that she just released four people with a "real illness." Meanwhile, I'm presenting with a rash, fatigue, nausea, and had a fever earlier in the day. This is all a couple days after finding and removing at least four ticks.
Your job is not to send patients to different hospitals if they don't show each and every textbook symptom or if you can't figure out what is wrong. Your job is to listen to your patients. We are coming to you for help. It makes me even more nauseous to realize that in my father's final hours he came to this very hospital and was treated exactly like this. The only difference was, he died. By the time he was flown to a competent medical center, it was too late. Extremely disappointed, Clay County Medical Center, extremely disappointed.
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