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23歲紐約美女自尋短見,難道她的家人不知道?

 

我們把死者的相片編輯了一下,以示尊重!希望她好好安息!

政府醫院求診的噩夢

2018年的8月某一天晚上,23歲的Jiawen Liu在曼哈頓31街的沃爾科特酒店附近徘徊,當時她的精神狀態很不穩定,她的家人把她帶到貝爾維尤醫院求醫,但沒有被立即接受處理,讓他們隔天早上再帶她過來診治,但很不幸地,Jiawen Liu 就在當天晚上從酒店跳下來身亡。

紐約市健康與醫院/貝爾維尤醫院中心成立於1736年3月31日,是美國最古老的公立醫院。貝爾維尤醫院位於紐約市曼哈頓基普斯灣附近的第一大道462號,也是FDNY EMS Station 08(原紐約市EMS Station 13)的所在地。

23歲的花樣年華竟選擇自殺,不要讓這種事發生在你家人身上!

在紐約的無證移民中,眾所周知的事實是,如果您生病了,您可以隨時去一些“無證移民的醫院”。

現實情況是,任何合法的移民/居民或公民,也是可以去選擇這些“醫院”接受治療。實際上,我的一位親戚(大約20年前是沒有合法身份的,就是在那醫院接受過甲狀腺癌的治療。)

我絕不是意圖去抹黑這些醫院中的任何一家。但是可以想像,如果紐約市或其周邊地區可能有多達一百萬人無證居住,如果他們有任何醫療緊急情況,這些醫院就是他們要尋求幫助的地方。

你能想像這些醫院中醫護人士的工作量嗎?許多人也不想選擇如此繁忙的環境就診。

我也有父母和孩子。如果我的孩子在這樣的環境中去世,那將是…

我唯一想傳達給你的信息是:如果您有任何形式的保險,無論是白卡Medicaid,紅藍卡Medicare還是其它保險,就盡量不要選擇這些醫院了。

盡可能把這些資源留給無證人士。如果您沒有合法身份,現在你知道生死攸關的情況下該去哪裡求助了。

但如果你沒有醫療保險的話,可能就只可以選擇這些公立醫院了,其實好的健康保險計劃也沒有大家想象中貴!就如每月保費低至$175的Cigna PPO計劃,也是覆蓋美國最好的癌症醫院

包括著名的MD 安德森癌症中心 M.D. Anderson Cancer Center和纪念斯隆-凯特琳癌症中心 Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital等有名醫院

立即致電

以下列舉幾家政府醫院給大家參考:

BRONX

BROOKLYN

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

 

報道原文:

She didn’t have to die.

A young Brooklyn woman jumped to her death from a Midtown hotel because a city hospital failed to give her the care she needed, her parents charged in a lawsuit.

Jiawen Liu, 23, had been acting “erratically” near the Wolcott hotel on East 31st Street one night in August 2018, and was brought to Bellevue Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, her family said in the legal filing against the city and the hospital.

Concerned friends showed up to check on Liu, but were allegedly turned away by Bellevue staff who urged the pals to leave their contact information and “come back in the morning” because Liu was going to be evaluated, according to court papers.

Instead, the hospital’s “premature discharge” led to tragedy, her family alleges. Just a couple of hours after Liu was released, she was found dead on the second-floor balcony of the Wolcott.

The hospital let Liu leave “without notice to any caregiver, friend or family member,” even though she was “at risk for self-harm and suicide,” the family claimed.

“This all could have been avoided if they cared,” fumed attorney Robert Fellows, who is representing Liu’s parents, the petitioning co-administrators of her estate. “They didn’t care. All they had to do was admit this woman, stabilize her and give her the psychiatric help she needed.”

“It was goodbye and they discharged her,” Fellows said.

After she was released from Bellevue, Liu Ubered to the Wolcott at 5:20 a.m. and went to the rooftop where she carried out her death wish.

Liu’s suicide “arose from the medical negligence” of the city hospital, the Manhattan Supreme Court suit alleges.

“She didn’t receive care consistent with good and acceptable emergency medicine and psychiatric care,” Fellows said. “You just don’t show someone the door. This could have been avoided by a simple phone call.”

The attorney said the “fashion-oriented, artistic” Liu, who hailed from China, had been supervising exchange students from her native land who came to New York City to study film.

An HHC spokeswoman declined to comment, citing patient confidentiality laws.

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