Tri City Medical Ctr

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  • 3927 Waring Rd

    Oceanside, CA 92056

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  • 760-806-1459

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My uncle 87, came to ER which was GREAT. But they passed him over to a doctor that no one paid attention to, As soon as my uncle was submitted to ICU they planned to let my uncle die. I came in unnoticed late at night to sit by his bed. The orderlies were playing Russian roulette betting on the time he would die that night. They had a large piece of paper taped next to his wall clock which had several numbers/time written in large black ink so my uncle could see it. Orderly, janked it off the wall as soon as he saw me and said they were just checking on him that closely.Out of ICU: The head cardiologist had me spoon feed my uncle and asked me to make sure he swallowed correctly so he would not aspirate.Of course he did aspirate and almost died. So after my uncle barley surrvived the cardiologist asked that I feed him again. Fortunately I spoke to a family doctor who wondered why he was not given a bactrium test.The doctor we were given at the hospital was only in for his rounds and allowed the cardilogist to run the care.(The cardilogist was superior over our hospital doctor.) When I requested this test it upset the cardiologist who said he had to since I demanded the test - I only asked because it seemed to me that my uncle would have the same reaction and I was afraid to feed him. Well my uncle was given the bactrium test and he immediately aspirated. He was weaking and if I kept feeding him he would eventually die. He now got the feeding tube. The nurse that gave him the feeding tube through his nose was not competent and was not able to get the machine to work. The doctor we were given had read that what the nurse wrote that my uncle refused the feeding tube. Had I not been there to tell him that was not true the doctor was going to stop feeding him with the tube as pulling the tube out would cause my uncle problems. But then my uncle would not have any nurishment at all. Fortunately, the doctor believed me and we kept the feeding tube until he was given the stomach feeding tube. I stayed with my uncle at all times to make sure the orderlies would not drop him as they moved him gruffly. Then I am so sorry that I had not written to the hospital authories about all of this: but when I was sitting in the ICU late at night and no one watching (oh, the camera's in their rooms were off) the orderlies were laughing up how the private care/retirement homes allowed them to walk in any time they wanted and they had access to anyone they wanted. That's why I did not say anything as he was going to a care home. I did tell a women who was watching over her 90 year old father. But she could not quite believe it could be that bad, although she was sleeping there by her dad every night as several times the nurse would have administered the wrong medication to her dad that was to go to another patient. One medication he was allergic to. There was white board infront of the ICU doors. A week before me there was a note saying the ICU was awful and a nurse came out to wipe it off saying they are doing it again. Well I too wrote they try to kill you in ICU.

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My uncle 87, came to ER which was GREAT. But they passed him over to a doctor that no one paid attention to, As soon as my uncle was submitted to ICU they planned to let my uncle die. I came in unnoticed late at night to sit by his bed. The orderlies were playing Russian roulette betting on the time he would die that night. They had a large piece of paper taped next to his wall clock which had several numbers/time written in large black ink so my uncle could see it. Orderly, janked it off the wall as soon as he saw me and said they were just checking on him that closely.Out of ICU: The head cardiologist had me spoon feed my uncle and asked me to make sure he swallowed correctly so he would not aspirate.Of course he did aspirate and almost died. So after my uncle barley surrvived the cardiologist asked that I feed him again. Fortunately I spoke to a family doctor who wondered why he was not given a bactrium test.The doctor we were given at the hospital was only in for his rounds and allowed the cardilogist to run the care.(The cardilogist was superior over our hospital doctor.) When I requested this test it upset the cardiologist who said he had to since I demanded the test - I only asked because it seemed to me that my uncle would have the same reaction and I was afraid to feed him. Well my uncle was given the bactrium test and he immediately aspirated. He was weaking and if I kept feeding him he would eventually die. He now got the feeding tube. The nurse that gave him the feeding tube through his nose was not competent and was not able to get the machine to work. The doctor we were given had read that what the nurse wrote that my uncle refused the feeding tube. Had I not been there to tell him that was not true the doctor was going to stop feeding him with the tube as pulling the tube out would cause my uncle problems. But then my uncle would not have any nurishment at all. Fortunately, the doctor believed me and we kept the feeding tube until he was given the stomach feeding tube. I stayed with my uncle at all times to make sure the orderlies would not drop him as they moved him gruffly. Then I am so sorry that I had not written to the hospital authories about all of this: but when I was sitting in the ICU late at night and no one watching (oh, the camera's in their rooms were off) the orderlies were laughing up how the private care/retirement homes allowed them to walk in any time they wanted and they had access to anyone they wanted. That's why I did not say anything as he was going to a care home. I did tell a women who was watching over her 90 year old father. But she could not quite believe it could be that bad, although she was sleeping there by her dad every night as several times the nurse would have administered the wrong medication to her dad that was to go to another patient. One medication he was allergic to. There was white board infront of the ICU doors. A week before me there was a note saying the ICU was awful and a nurse came out to wipe it off saying they are doing it again. Well I too wrote they try to kill you in ICU.

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