Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Woman kept from dying wife gets apology from nurses

When you have no rights, people, the government and very large corporations can do anything they want to you and get away with it. But people of good conscience do exist. Thank God some of them are nurses.

From Queerty.com:
The apologies might be nearly two years late, and never remedy what happened, but Janice Langbehn — who was refused hospital visitation with her dying partner — has received apologies from nurses at the Florida hospital where Lisa Pond died after suffering a brain aneurysm in February 2007.
At a town hall meeting at a Miami church, Washington State's Langbehn was addressed by nurse Martha Baker: "We certainly are sorry for the pain and suffering she felt." And Norberto Molina: "I can't imagine what you went through." And a handful of others, sorry their employer kept the two loved ones apart.
A nice gesture. But Langbehn wants the management of Jackson Memorial Hospital — who successfully had a discrimination lawsuit dismissed — to apologize after a social worker kept her from Pond's death bed. So far, it's an unanswered request.
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