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  1. by   juan de la cruz
    Quote from Carebear77
    I agree with you where just because you don't have a "beaumont" doctor like the commercial says, means you get horrible treatment, so not true.
    To be honest I really don't like beaumont and how some of my family and friends have been treated, where as other hospitals gave amazing care.
    All my doctors are out of St. Joe Oakland, I love the hospital and the doctors.


    Also, not to say anything about where you work,and I don't know what department at Detroit recieving you work in; but my brother in law was in a motor cycle accident and was in the hospital there (for 3 days) and they were HORRIBLE. They never gave a CT scan(he later had to go to another hospital and got one there, and thank god because his brain was bleeding), the nurses were literally screaming at him when he was telling them he was in pain, I could go on and on. Which I'm dissapointed with this because I will be having some of my clinical rotations there and if this is how they treat patients I don't know if I want to learn from them.
    I know I'm sure there are at least 1 bad story from every hospital someone could tell. But I just wanted to ad that.
    Sorry to hijack the thread
    Those are strong allegations questioning whether a specific hospital followed the standard of care for a patient admitted after a motorcycle accident. I suggest you do not bring up such issues in this forum (refer to this website's terms of service). If indeed this happened, there are avenues for reporting such incidences.
  2. by   Carebear77
    Quote from pinoyNP
    Those are strong allegations questioning whether a specific hospital followed the standard of care for a patient admitted after a motorcycle accident. I suggest you do not bring up such issues in this forum (refer to this website's terms of service). If indeed this happened, there are avenues for reporting such incidences.
    I was making a comment and something I witnessed, I dont see why it was prob.
  3. by   juan de la cruz
    Quote from Carebear77
    I was making a comment and something I witnessed, I dont see why it was prob.
    Please refer to this post: http://allnurses.com/forums/f154/ple...ng-234493.html
  4. by   MUNewgrad
    Quote from pinoyNP

    FYI, there is a typo in the post that is referenced above. It states that those things "should be posted here". I think you were going for "should not be".:spin:
  5. by   juan de la cruz
    "no potentially libelous information about specific schools, instructors, or health care facilities/entities should be posted in these forums"

    ...i don't suppose there was a typo in this statement. i think siri was pretty clear about it.
  6. by   MUNewgrad
    Quote from pinoynp
    "no potentially libelous information about specific schools, instructors, or health care facilities/entities should be posted in these forums"

    ...i don't suppose there was a typo in this statement. i think siri was pretty clear about it.

    my apologies. you are correct. i totally missed that! sorry
  7. by   medic2crna
    Actually, if her brother in fact did not receive a c-scan, than she is not and cannot be called libelous. Libel is when you make statements that you know were not true. I feel that there was no error here. Facts are facts.

    Rob
  8. by   juan de la cruz
    Quote from medic2crna
    Actually, if her brother in fact did not receive a c-scan, than she is not and cannot be called libelous. Libel is when you make statements that you know were not true. I feel that there was no error here. Facts are facts.

    Rob
    Not to beat a dead horse but how do you know without any amount of reasonable doubt that this is the FACT? There are always two sides to a story. One is innocent until proven guilty and merely taking one's word without due investigation is not how the law works. The problem with posting potentially defamatory messages in forums like this is that you don't know who are reading these. Hospital reps can be reading these posts and one is not completely anonymous on the internet. People can track you down and what you write can have potentially damaging consequences. As nurses, or would be nurses, we need to be careful with what we claim to be true. Allegations tend to interest a lot of people but in the end, is it productive or is it merely spreading gossip? At any rate, if there was truly a mistake or wrongdoing in the above case, allnurses is not the avenue to discuss this. Any lawyer can tell you that. That's why the owners of this site are careful about what posts are allowed by the moderators.
  9. by   Carebear77
    I thought this topic was dead. But in my own defense, I NEVER said the name of the hospital or names of any persons, so in all honesty it does not matter. Thank You to the other poster who backed me up

    Quote from pinoyNP
    Not to beat a dead horse but how do you know without any amount of reasonable doubt that this is the FACT? There are always two sides to a story. One is innocent until proven guilty and merely taking one's word without due investigation is not how the law works. The problem with posting potentially defamatory messages in forums like this is that you don't know who are reading these. Hospital reps can be reading these posts and one is not completely anonymous on the internet. People can track you down and what you write can have potentially damaging consequences. As nurses, or would be nurses, we need to be careful with what we claim to be true. Allegations tend to interest a lot of people but in the end, is it productive or is it merely spreading gossip? At any rate, if there was truly a mistake or wrongdoing in the above case, allnurses is not the avenue to discuss this. Any lawyer can tell you that. That's why the owners of this site are careful about what posts are allowed by the moderators.

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