You have to have damages and you have to have a provable violation of the medical standard of care to have a medical malpractice suit. Your post suggest you have neither.
Without knowing all the details we are left to speculation here online.
See a local lawyer in New York. I am in Chicago.
Good luck and God bless you.
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I am not licensed in NY and can offer you only general advice. However, in claims involving medical negligence you must prove that a deviation from the standard of care caused significant and permanent damages. The only way to meet your burden of proof is through expert medical testimony. This means that you must retain and pay a doctor for his time. That can be a very expensive endeavor. That is the reason that you must have damages that are near catastrophic.
You may consider reporting the hospital or nurses to the state medical association or agency for healthcare administration. While this will not give you monetary compensation, it may bring the care to the attention of the right individuals. If you decide to pursue a claim, you may end up spending more than you could recover.
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