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Old April 22nd 05, 09:38 AM
Chookie
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Default OK, NOW I'm cranky...

MKPers may remember that I ranted a while back about my problems as a person
getting antenatal care locally, while being expected to deliver at a larger
hospital.

I went to the Big Hospital today for what was supposed to be an interview
regarding labour management. Surprise, surprise, my records haven't been
transferred, and despite two separate rounds of phone calls to this hospital,
the correct procedure (at least according to today's midwife) has not been
followed by *anyone*. What is this, Bush Week?

On the plus side, most of my questions and concerns have been answered
satisfactorily, so I can rewrite my birth plan.

On the minus side, it looks like I'll be writing a formal letter of complaint
next week, and/or talking to the Patient Representative at my local hospital.
Someone needs a rocket put under them, and I suspect it's whoever organises
the medical records and related procedures.

Grrrrrrr... attack librarian on the loose!

--
Chookie -- Sydney, Australia
(Replace "foulspambegone" with "optushome" to reply)

"In Melbourne there is plenty of vigour and eagerness, but there is
nothing worth being eager or vigorous about."
Francis Adams, The Australians, 1893.
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Old April 22nd 05, 10:12 AM
Scott and Michelle Irvine
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Go get em.

Michelle

"Chookie" wrote in message
...
MKPers may remember that I ranted a while back about my problems as a

person
getting antenatal care locally, while being expected to deliver at a

larger
hospital.

I went to the Big Hospital today for what was supposed to be an interview
regarding labour management. Surprise, surprise, my records haven't been
transferred, and despite two separate rounds of phone calls to this

hospital,
the correct procedure (at least according to today's midwife) has not been
followed by *anyone*. What is this, Bush Week?

On the plus side, most of my questions and concerns have been answered
satisfactorily, so I can rewrite my birth plan.

On the minus side, it looks like I'll be writing a formal letter of

complaint
next week, and/or talking to the Patient Representative at my local

hospital.
Someone needs a rocket put under them, and I suspect it's whoever

organises
the medical records and related procedures.

Grrrrrrr... attack librarian on the loose!

--
Chookie -- Sydney, Australia
(Replace "foulspambegone" with "optushome" to reply)

"In Melbourne there is plenty of vigour and eagerness, but there is
nothing worth being eager or vigorous about."
Francis Adams, The Australians, 1893.



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Old April 22nd 05, 11:01 AM
A s s i l e m
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"Chookie" wrote in message
...
MKPers may remember that I ranted a while back about my problems as a

person
getting antenatal care locally, while being expected to deliver at a

larger
hospital.

I went to the Big Hospital today for what was supposed to be an interview
regarding labour management. Surprise, surprise, my records haven't been
transferred, and despite two separate rounds of phone calls to this

hospital,
the correct procedure (at least according to today's midwife) has not been
followed by *anyone*. What is this, Bush Week?

On the plus side, most of my questions and concerns have been answered
satisfactorily, so I can rewrite my birth plan.

On the minus side, it looks like I'll be writing a formal letter of

complaint
next week, and/or talking to the Patient Representative at my local

hospital.
Someone needs a rocket put under them, and I suspect it's whoever

organises
the medical records and related procedures.

Grrrrrrr... attack librarian on the loose!



What can I say to make you feel better? Idiots?

Melissa

--
Chookie -- Sydney, Australia
(Replace "foulspambegone" with "optushome" to reply)

"In Melbourne there is plenty of vigour and eagerness, but there is
nothing worth being eager or vigorous about."
Francis Adams, The Australians, 1893.



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Old April 22nd 05, 05:06 PM
CY
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Mwahahaha
"Chookie" wrote in message

What is this, Bush Week?



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Old April 22nd 05, 05:40 PM
eurekaoz
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What is this, Bush Week?


Sounds like Russel Coight is running the Hospitals Bush Week! grin

Go get em! Without formal complaints no system will ever change for the
better.


--
Chris

Dad of DS R (06-06-03)
Dad of DD J (15-04-05)


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--
Chookie -- Sydney, Australia
(Replace "foulspambegone" with "optushome" to reply)

"In Melbourne there is plenty of vigour and eagerness, but there is
nothing worth being eager or vigorous about."
Francis Adams, The Australians, 1893.



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Old April 22nd 05, 10:22 PM
A&G&K&H
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"Chookie" wrote in message
...
MKPers may remember that I ranted a while back about my problems as a

person
getting antenatal care locally, while being expected to deliver at a

larger
hospital.

I went to the Big Hospital today for what was supposed to be an interview
regarding labour management. Surprise, surprise, my records haven't been
transferred, and despite two separate rounds of phone calls to this

hospital,
the correct procedure (at least according to today's midwife) has not been
followed by *anyone*. What is this, Bush Week?

On the plus side, most of my questions and concerns have been answered
satisfactorily, so I can rewrite my birth plan.

On the minus side, it looks like I'll be writing a formal letter of

complaint
next week, and/or talking to the Patient Representative at my local

hospital.
Someone needs a rocket put under them, and I suspect it's whoever

organises
the medical records and related procedures.

Grrrrrrr... attack librarian on the loose!

You go sick 'em! Anyone that inconveniences a pregnant woman like that
deserves a full hormonal blast!
I hope they sort it out sooner rather than later.
Amanda



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Old April 22nd 05, 10:39 PM
emilymr
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"What is this, Bush Week?"

snicker

Em
mama to Micah, 11/14/04

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Old April 25th 05, 03:38 AM
slowly
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"Chookie" wrote in message
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Grrrrrrr... attack librarian on the loose!


lol! Hope it's all sorted soon.


 




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