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What appears to be medical malpractice has been taking place for months at the Sunnydale University Hospital on Long Island, New York. Patients are not only sharing gurneys in the hallways and emergency entrance but sharing beds in most of the hospital rooms after being admitted as well as in the recovery room.
A hospital spokesperson said they have no choice with the overcrowded conditions and were going to double up patients on the same operating tables in the operating and emergency rooms. Fortunately, the hospital has managed so far not to initiate this potentially harmful practice.
While it is unusual to see patients in a hospital bed recovering from heart or brain surgery lying down in the same bed as a patient who just had a hip replacement or surgery to remove a cancerous tumor, these scenarios are deemed necessary and have received the Good House Keeping Seal of the AMA.
In one bizarre instance, a 25 year old aspiring female model recovering from breast enlargement surgery was not happy to be in the same bed as an elderly patient suffering from dementia who kept groping her. Her pleas to move him to another bed was to no avail. To make matters worse, this dirty old man was her great grandfather.
"Although such instances are rare ,they cannot be helped" was quoted by an attending physician on staff. Other doctors and nurses who were questioned on Sunnydale's seemingly immoral practices declined to comment when asked about them by news reporters. Instead they told the reporters they needed to sharpen their skills in the lounge area playing board games including "Pick up Stix" and "Operation."
posted on Dec 25, 2019 7:54 AM ()
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