No voice

Went to the hospital to see the intensive care director. Expected to see a group of people but there was only the one doctor who made light there being very little extra of my record available. As for my having to drive a total of 6 hours to get to the hospital and back, or that my wife had to take the day off, or it’s been their mistakes that have caused me to appear almost dead twice at their door I expected more. But apparently their record system is known to be as bad as their communications and no one cares so the gist of the 5 minutes they could spare me was that I was lucky to be alive and to shut-up and let their heroics save me.

There’s no one for me to talk to about this so I’ll let them have medical system and cancell the surgery. I can’t let them have any more of me.

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