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I try to base most of my decisions on data. Number one, Stephanie nor Rolfe have yet to reach out to sit down with members of the NBRNow Blue Ribbon Commission but on more than one occasion both she and her boss have referenced the plans presented without the data to back it up.
So I had to ask myself, what is the reason for her to care? It makes sense for her to speak up for them. It is amazing that both Stephanie and her boss Rolfe decided to write about healthcare in north Baton Rouge from a limited perspective, yet they are considered credible.
Is it because they are white?
Is it because their officers are in south Baton Rouge? Is it because they are well connected? None of these things make them experts. One of the critical things that both Stephanie and Rolfe failed to mention in their editorials is that sending all the patients south helps make traffic worse in Baton Rouge.
Long we have over-burdened the hospitals in south Baton Rouge. I sat in a room full of hospital executives a few weeks ago. Those parishes have opened small facilities to help them treat patients in the same manner north Baton Rouge has suggested.
EMS needs more transport vehicles. As a result residents who live further away from emergency care are at a disadvantage. The critical point is, opening an ER in north Baton Rouge is in large part to relieve the pressure on the facilities in south Baton Rouge so that the quality of patient care improves.
Having an ER in north Baton Rouge to relieve the already fatigued doctors at the medical facilities in south Baton Rouge helps to increase the quality of care patients receive. This is about lives and helping human beings.
When I read the Business Report I question the humanity of its leadership often.
Rolfe questioned what healthcare experience I have. Well Rolfe, I was the supervisor of patient transport at Our Lady of the Lake right before they built the new tower. I helped oversee the restructure of the department to improve the quality of care patients received through the patient transport department.
My job was to supervise a staff of 75 people at Our Lady of the Lake daily to move patients from the ER to patient rooms upstairs.
To get patients from their rooms to testing and surgery.Stephanie Riegel Greater Baton Rouge Business Report Stephanie Riegel is a veteran print and broadcast journalist who, for the past three and a half years, has been editor of the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, where her primarily responsibilities revolve around developing content both for the magazine and its twice-daily online Daily Report.
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