lagmcg 
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Re: “Transport to nowhere

I found it really interesting that on October 18th, 2011, the El Paso Board of Commissions granted this company a new license. The last I heard, as of February 2011, this case was forwarded to the city attorney. My husband nor I have ever heard of the findings. We were never even given a chance to appeal any decisions of the findings since El Paso County never contacted us again. Does anyone else no of any relevant information regarding Rocky Mountain Mobile Medical?? Please contact me.

Posted by lagmcg on 11/08/2011 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Transport to nowhere

We are not surprised that you have taken defense to this article. It is very unsettling when others know that mistakes are made, and that the public is made aware of those same mistakes. We cannot sympathize with someone who passes the buck and is being slanderous herself (slander:charge falsely or with malicious intent) by attacking the victim(s) in this situation. We are sure there have been many times that you have done a great job, but it was not in this situation. That event has made my husband and I question every medical decision and medical personnel's credentials and abilities since spending an hour in the freezing, cold in your care. Manuel spent nights waking up shaking thinking he was out in the cold from this incident. Speaking from a first hand account, everyone from Rocky Mountain Mobile Medical did a horrible, unprofessional and illegal job in this scenario. Beyond the fact that the ambulance was dead, my husband and I called into question your and your co-worker's abilities based off the job that was performed. I think you better take a long look at that medical report you wrote. You did not even know the last name of your patient. How can you spend an hour with someone and not know their last name? If how you wrote that report is the standard for care in your professional opinion, you should not be anyone's caretaker. Your company could not even bill us since you did not collect adequate health or pertinent billing information. It is indescribable how the administration of RMMM treated us after the fact. If you quit your job as a medic because of this, then the world of EMT's is better off. We hold you, your partner, and the Rocky Mountain Mobile Medical Company responsible for making a 5 minute ride to the hospital an hour long with no protection from the cold of the night, delay of care, less that standard care while under your supervision, and the shock that Manuel went into as result of your delay of care. If that leaves your conscience clear, then by all means lady, sleep well at night.

The Gallardo's

Posted by lagmcg on 03/03/2011 at 3:40 PM

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