An exploration into the health industry with particular focus on the men and women battling and saving lives in our ERs.
Numerous questions remain. If she received a prescription for narcotic pain relievers, as was reported, why else would she still be hanging around? As Jayar Jackson stated: "They drag her from the wheelchair on the floor of the hospital, drag her from there to the car, drag her from the car to the jail, and drag her to the prison cell, and leave her on the ground groaning. How much more faking can you possibly do?! Damn, these drugs must be really important to her!"It's a very serious matter when considering to have someone arrested for trespassing in a hospital waiting area. If that happened to me I'd likely never seek health care again, at least not at that facility. Locking a patient up in jail is an extremely trust-destroying thing to do, and there needs to be much more debate on when that is appropriate. There are numerous resources on "conflict resolution" where you can learn techniques of listening and mutual problem-solving short of invoking the prerogative of absolute power over another adult human being.