Holy Cross Hospital
This was forwarded to us by a couple of concerned people:
- To the nurse that was working last night (6/13/16) in the ER at Holy Cross Hospital around 9:00pm, who refused treatment to my husband (right to his face) because he was a COP- shame on you! Not only is that illegal in your line of work BUT it shows the type of person you are deep inside which is straight up UGLY. You should be ashamed and embarrassed of your actions. I pray you or your family NEVER are in need of protection or service from ANY law enforcement.
Thankfully it was not a dire emergency but unfortunately for you, I will be finding out your name and writing a letter to the President of the medical staff at Holy Cross. Not only do you deserve to be reprimanded and called out, but you don't deserve the right to call yourself a nurse; one who is there to help and care for people no matter what! Like all professions, it only takes one bad apple to make a bad name for all but I am way too intelligent and know far too many hard working, dedicated, caring nurses out there to have YOU change my thoughts and feelings about them.
As for the nurse that DID treat my husband, I THANK YOU! I will also be finding out your name a writing a letter of encouragement and praise to have more people like you on their staff! Even though it wasn't a life or death situation (Thank the Lord) my family thanks you for being there to DO YOUR JOB no matter who walked through your ER doors.
There is certainly some sort of licensing board for nurses and this should be brought to their attention immediately. Also, the FOP should be notified along with the Superintendent to see who can start some sort of formal proceedings against the hospital for employing someone who acts this way. A lawsuit shouldn't be out of the question either.