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What a hassle!

Friday, January 04, 2019

Since Araujo left now things have changed drastically. The one I dislike has taken over and I had a procedure today that normally goes off with a hitch when Araujo was in charge. Now that Dr. Stasi is in charge everything is in different. I have a device that controls my bladder and they were arguing over it. Which made me all uptight. I felt like walking out of the procedure area and letting them have it from the higher ups. I am still pretty steamed about it. No one told me I needed my remote control for it! Rita dropped the ball on this one. I feel like screaming. I plan on writing this out in my journal tonight since this is a big issue for me. I mean cmon get your heads on straight and tell a patient when they need to bring something to a procedure and don't leave them hanging and wondering what's going on either. After Dr. Mike talked to him he spoke with me and gave me options and i chose the 2nd option and therefore with that option it enabled me to have my procedure and see Dr. Mike at work on me. I am sore from it but otherwise am doing well outside of upset.
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    Sounds familiar. I had to reschedule a test because no one mentioned not taking calcium. Could use better communication and not assume the patient should know—because we don’t unless they tell us. At least you were able to have plan B and have your procedure. Feel better soon. I would appreciate your prayers. I’m not well and may go to ER tomorrow.
    281 days ago
    My goodness--seems communication gets forgotten at times … So important
    to give the information needed in your care. Sorry this happened and hope
    things improve for you.
    285 days ago
    285 days ago
    So sorry things didn't go smoothly for you. NOT what you needed.

    HUGS and do hope you feel better quickly.
    287 days ago
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