A woman died in a rest home after a nurse that worked there refused to give her CPR because it was against company policy.
Before too much longer, it's probably going to be against hospitals' and clinics' policies, as well, thanks to mandatory Medicaid not paying overhead costs much less enough to make payroll.
If CPR is against company policy at a retirement home, then the person who owns and runs it should be placed in their own business after they retire, and have to abide by the policies they set. And I hope they choke on a chicken bone, and are refused the Heimlich maneuver.
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