Wednesday, July 18, 2012

No Call

Dear insansapinas,
I was expecting the visiting nurse yesterday. She did not come. I called the agency and the person who responded informed me that the nurse is sick. Biglang taas ang BP ko. So I asked why she did not bother to call and inform me.Excuses, excuses, excuses. I said next time, a day before coming, they have to call me to confirm. Tchp 

Nursing registry and home health care agency are the two businesses that I helped put up in California with friends. We were very particular with the schedules of the nurses and other staff assigned to our patient/clients. We checked if they are available and if there are substitutes if they are not. When we were beginning, we even offered them rides so that we were assured that they would be in the patient's place on time. We also did not allow the staff to change their schedules with the patients. Whatever changes were made, we had it done in the office for coordination and information purposes. Dito sa agency na ito, nagpapalit ng sked yong nurse, cnas at 
therapists thru patients. 

 Kaya yong office, di nila alam kung sino ang nakaassign sa patients. 

Wala akong balak turuan sila. Ano ko baliw? Hindi naman ako consultant nila. Mawawala na lang ang mga pasyente nila. Binigyan ko na sila ng warning na pag walang dumating, at hindi tumawag, good bye sila.  Che.

Lie low  na sana ako sa mga pakikialam sa mga businesses na hindi nagpafunction ng mahusay. "Retired" na ako. Force of habit. Pero kahit doon sa pinagrehab ko ng isang buwan, kinausap ko rin yong isang manager. Mali ang inilalagay na mga nasa menu. Nag-apologize siya. 


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