I brought my father there six months ago in pretty good condition considering he was an amputee. A week later, he was in ICU on a ventilator.
Six months later before I left town for a week, I asked the nurse, Keri, three times one night to have a dr see him the next day and that I thought he had an infection. She was extremely rude always to him and on this day to me. She kept arguing with me he was normal. I insisted he was not and she needed to have a Dr look at him. She neglected to ask for any medical care for him. He's now dead. I told her he acted weird like the two times he had sepsis
They called me twice in one day throwing a fit over him using an unapproved hair conditioner. I still have the ridiculous voicemail. But said they couldn't call when they thought he needed to be hospitalized because he was "self care".
However, a few days after I told the nurse I thought he had sepsis, they felt no need to call me and tell me they felt he needed hospitalized. He was septic and didn't have the correct mindframe while being septic to make the choice to refuse to go. They waited two more days to take him to the hospital. This was right after I'd asked for medical care for him from Nurse Keri. If I would have been called, he'd probably be alive today.
He died from sepsis after a three week hospital stay.
They couldn't find any of his belongings for a week besides his wallet. It's now a month later and each week they tell me they found a few more items. These items missing include checkbooks and a brand new watch. I've called at least 20 times and the administrator refuses to return my calls. Now the head security guy remembers putting Dad's checkbooks and glasses in his own office for safe keeping. That's after I said I may need to file a police report. However, they refuse to send them to me and the brand new watch is still missing.
I'll never forgive myself for not taking my dad to the hospital that night rather than trusting that nurse.