Missing Livermore man found dazed near Lake Merritt Family grateful but may sue treatment facility By Roman Gokhman, STAFF WRITER 11/06/2007 mirrored here for historical purposes from: https://www.insidebayarea.com/argus/localnews/ci_7276086 [The company that operates Casa Phoenix under contract with Kaiser Permanente, Concord-based … Continue reading →
The Kaiser hospital in south Sacramento failed to follow state law when it discharged a brain-injured young man to the streets outside a closed homeless services program, a state investigation has concluded. The “deficiency” finding does not carry a fine, … Continue reading →
Carol Ann Reyes, 64, was discharged from Kaiser’s Bellflower hospital in March 2006 and dropped off by a taxi outside the Union Rescue Mission. She wandered around, apparently confused, for several minutes until mission staff took her in. City Attorney Rocky … Continue reading →
This story is located in the California news section at: Dawnelle Barris denied medical care
Theodore Winston, a senior citizen (age 87), and long term Kaiser patient suffered a small, non-terminal stroke. Kaiser immediately attempted to coerce the family into placing him into their hospice program. At one point the Kaiser system “patient dumped” Mr. … Continue reading →
A Preview – The Downey Industrial Plant: Hot Legs From A Cold War Please Note: The Photographs on this page are large so it is slow loading for slow Internet connections. Gail’s story is below. She has also … Continue reading →
Neglectful After-Surgery Care Caused Death, Action Alleges 3-25-2019 23:57:00 ROCKVILLE, Md. (CN) – A man who had surgery for kidney stones died from pressure ulcers due to neglect, according to a lawsuit filed by his family in the Circuit Court … Continue reading →
https://www.cjonline.com/stories/092103/pag_hospital.shtml Hospital shooting The Associated Press An elderly patient at a Baldwin Park, Calif., hospital shot and wounded a doctor, prompting a partial evacuation and law enforcement takeover of the facility, police said. Eugene Guevara, of El Monte, Calif., believed … Continue reading →
“This is for the long-term health of her knee,” Dr. Friedman said. “You can damage the cartilage of the knee if you don’t repair a torn ligament, and that’s more important in the long term. I know a lot of the doctors at Kaiser. They are quality doctors, quality guys, but it’s the system that gets them.
“It seems like this case just slipped through the cracks.”
I went to the doctor’s office at Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City, where Ebony and her aunt, Sheila Lair-Williams, had tried to arrange the surgery. Officials there had no comment and said they couldn’t release her medical information.
The doctors and nurses and empoyees of Kaiser Permanente are FIENDS FROM HELL!!! – The James Adams Story. http://groups.google.com/group/atl.general/msg/bc85143e42df3511?q=kaiser+permanente&start=20&hl=en&rnum=26 “One Spring morning in 1993 Lamona Adams took her six-month-old son, James, to a Kaiser Permanente medical office in suburban Atlanta. … Continue reading →