Thursday, February 13, 2020

Rising Body Count At Johnson County Hospital Sparks Serious Questions

Scary surgery postscript and newsie follow-up . . . Read more:

Two Patients Died After Surgery At An Overland Park Hospital - Their Families Want Answers

On Feb. 6, 2018, Travis Claussen had his right hip replaced at Blue Valley Hospital in Overland Park. The 40-year-old resident of Lawson, Missouri, had been experiencing severe back pain for years. Before then, he'd been a physical fitness buff who was into off-road motorcycle racing.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Select Medical Specialty had a number of recovering patients die, some in O.P. area - suddenly and right after their heart monitoring equipment was removed so no alarms sounded at the nurses stations. Chuck Grassley opened a congressional investigation on them. In my opinion, if you want a patient to die - put them in Select Medical Specialty, a private hospital that was "family owned".

Anonymous said...

Why do you hate Capitalism?