Barnett says hospital plans nearly finalised an agreement with the patient’s family for the payment. “At the time we were trying to secure the deal but then we had issues related to온라인 바카라 the family being notified.”
She says she will continue working to find additional funds for the facility, which has struggled to cope with the high numbers of patients, many from HIV, who are in hospitals or other emergency units.
Meanwhile, the patient says the pain, discomfort and loss of sleep have pushed her to the brink.
“When I came in the hospital I was very angry. I’d been seeing my GP a few times but I never asked him about the pain, but he told me h트럼프 카지노e needed someone to be with me and it was very uncomfortable,” she says.
“There was nothing he could say in my defence.
“I don’t know how long this will last. I know I’m not going to be able to afford this.”
The doctor has not yet started her own case as a result of the legal proceedings, and was unavailable for comment.
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