I have had a problem in the past where I faint during having my blood drawn. However, never where I completely lost consciousness for 30 minutes. I was instructed to have my blood drawn for my job. At the work place medical facility, located on the property of the workplace, they drew my blood and I went completely unconscious. I woke up to fluids, an ekg, etc... I never asked or requested this medical treatment. They had me fill out a workers coop claim in their portal. Now, the workers coop insurance rep is questioning my benefits due my previous issues. It's a $2,000 bill that I didn't want, need or request. I was instructed by my workplace to do the blood work, or don't work. I work at a university medical center, and the medical facility is part of my workplace.
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