So my grandma went to the hospital last weekend. She lost her hearing in one ear and her right side went numb. My grandpa and uncle had to lift her to go to the bathroom and the third time they decided to call 911. When they got to my grandma's house there was 6 of them in her room( the fire house is down the street so they bring the ambulance and the fire truck at the same time). They kept asking her all sorts of question which she didn't mind except the room started spinning and she had a hard time to answer them then they kept asking her to get up and walk to the ambulance! She tried to tell them she could not get up! They kept pushing her to get up and when she stood up she says the next thing she remembers is that she was on the floor vomiting she blacked out afterwards! Is this really how they are suppose to treat someone?! I mean her house is single level and the hallway is wide why didn't they bring in a stretcher to take her to the ambulance?! Do you think she should make a complaint? She is a little better now she has to walk with a walker and she still gets dizzy when she stands up. Her hearing may never come back in one ear. Her doctor is unsure what happen to her and they want her to see a specialist a month from now.
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