Involuntary discharge from dialysis: A health care practice like no other

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 | By arlene | 2 Comments

Involuntary discharge from dialysis — a life-sustaining treatment — is a uniquely American phenomenon.

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2 Comments to Involuntary discharge from dialysis: A health care practice like no other

  1. January 11, 2017, by Tarren Delaney

    My daughter was given the wrong bath by a nurse we went right to the hospital, he refused to call the Doctor when asked. The k was 8 they didn’t fire the nurse the said my daughter assaulted a tech which is a lie, she couldn’t go back

  2. January 11, 2017, by arlene

    contact us on the website. It is posted as contact. Your not alone and this has and is happening all over.
    One must wonder why this is continually allowed and patients have no rights to be safe when complaining when promised by CMS to complain free from retaliation.
    email me at arlene-mullin@dialysisadvocates.com

    No charge ever and your not alone.

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