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Had an adverse reaction to care received at hospital. Contacted risk management, arranged a meeting. Instead of voicing my complaint which I thought was the purpose of the meeting, I listened to a so-called "independent" doctor hired by risk management (but employed by the hospital) criticize me for the majority of the meeting for contacting my doctors following my adverse reaction asking for help, asking if they looked at all possibilities, he said that I was "harassing the doctors" that the "doctors felt they were under duress and that it was impacting their ability to doctor." They weren't even phone conversations- just email not even by phone (so they could easily just not click on my email if they so desired). So let me get this straight: they injured ME and the doctors a(continued)re saying they are the victims because of my desire to know "what's going on." Risk management did however say that I could take legal action if I wanted to, but if this meeting is a taste of how convoluted, twisted, and distorted the hospital's take on my care is, then formal legal action will be an exercise in futility-is this how it is? Even more disturbing is the fact that risk management had seemed sympathetic over thephone in the beginning, but as my symptoms continued to not get better, 4 months later- they were outright hostile and reversing with open guileless eyes many of the admissions they made just 4 months before.
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