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How Sarasota Memorial Hospital Can Best Support our Community
We are a local and online community with the goal of bringing COVID-rated truth and best practices to Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
1) Some community members shared the nightmare hospital experiences of themselves or their loved ones at the first Board meeting of the new term. (See Dr. Guffanti) They should be invited to a private session with the Board to have an opportunity to have all their questions answered. If their care was as horrific as they say it was, there needs to be a serious reckoning at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, and no one who intentionally withheld treatment should be allowed to remain and jeopardize the care for other patients. This meeting could also be open to the public if the HIPAA-protected patient / family member chooses. The public should receive an update with as much detail as possible for all cases, with protected health information shielded as required under HIPAA.
2) Sarasota Memorial Hospital should analyze all available information to determine if the COVID genetic vaccine is actually safe and effective. Multiple studies are appearing to reflect an increased risk of infection with each injection. As such, based on a review of research, Sarasota Memorial Hospital should:
A) Halt recommending the COVID vaccine for all ages if analysis reveals it is not safe and/or not effective.
B) Report all serious adverse events to the Board and to VAERS. Designated staff should be assigned to assist with this.
C) Assess the number of COVID genetic vaccine injections for each patient to allow for analysis of serious adverse events, on a voluntary basis. Vaccine status of individual patients should NOT be reported outside the hospital to protect patient privacy and prevent a backdoor vaccine passport. As Dr. Malone states: “Code Number Z28.310 listed above is not a code for an illness or diagnosis, but rather for non-compliance of a medical procedure. This is an invasion of our right to privacy. There must be choice and that choice must be private.”
3) Receive training on the most successful COVID, long haul, and vaccine injured treatment options based on best practices, including results comparison to current protocol. Invite Dr. Pierre Kory (treatment best practices), Dr. Ryan Cole (autopsy / pathology of COVID and vaccine damage), and Dr. Bruce Patterson (Long COVID and vaccine damage treatment) to present. Facilitate the inclusion of Ivermectin - based protocols if desired by patients.
4) Allow staff to submit anonymous paper surveys to the Board with 3 questions:
A) “How do you feel about the level of care at SMH. Do you have any recommendations?”
B) “How do you feel about working conditions at SMH. Do you have any recommendations?
C) “Is there anything else you’d like us to know?”
How we can bring COVID truth and better patient experiences to Sarasota Memorial Hospital:
As I’ve met with community members, I am impressed with how many of us want to help bring truth and excellence to SMH. Ways to help:
1) Attend Board meetings, ESPECIALLY THE NEXT ONE, Tuesday, February 21st at 2 pm, where the Board may decide to sweep everything under a rug and close their anemic, non-independent investigation.
2) Sign petitions to present to the Board
3) Share our stories, on this site or at Board meetings. Many local doctors, nurses, patients, moms, dads, grandmas, and grandpas have stories that shine a light on areas where improvement is needed.
4) Coordinate with each other to meet with Board members
5) Present vaccine facts to MOMS and MOPS groups
6) Host documentaries related to innovative cancer, COVID, etc. treatments to learn, share knowledge, and build our outreach.
7) Host Q&A forums for representatives
If you would like to get involved with any of the above items, please leave a comment.
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