That is profoundly saddening. You've got to be cold motherfucker to leave someone out on the street like that.
The fact that even after he called 911. They took her back to the same hospital blows my mind. Like some cruel hell.
They're going to fire the security guards when it is hospital policy....smh
It was Mahatma Ghandi who said “A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members.”
Nope...USA is not a shithole at all....
I saw a guy in stumbling in the street in front of NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center who told me the same thing. I thought he was exaggerating, but now I'm not so sure...
Wow, at first I was like "This gonna be somebody in a gown taking a dump on the sidewalk..."
Then I was like "OH NO THEY DI'NT!"
So, dude calls 911, and she's taken back to the *same* hospital. I would think they'd send her somewhere that didn't just dump her at a bus stop.
I thought hospital dumping was when your felon friend shoots your other felon friend in the foot and you can’t tell them what really happened so you kinda just dump them at the door and bounce... Like in Trailer Park Boys
Thank fuck for the NHS.
I'll never understand why so many Americans resist something similar.
Someone who works in the healthcare field's main priority is the safety and well-being of their patients. This kind of action disgusts me. Where I'm from, if a patient has nowhere to go after treatment, we call Social Services to get them set up with a shelter.