Horrific Experience at Princess Margaret Hospital
A grandmother told The Tribune newspaper of her harrowing experience seeking medical care for her two-month-old granddaughter. The woman said she was horrified by what could have been a fatal error on behalf of medical staff at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
62-year-old Vianna Pinder says she waited for more than five hours with her daughter and a sick infant Kyannah Bootle in a crowded Accident and Emergency room, overwhelmed by shooting and other violent crime victims – only to be turned away by health workers who allegedly found no sign of illness.
Read the entire article by Ava Turnquest in The Tribune.government, health, medicine