Carly Walden is a pre-med student. She duel majored and has a BS in psychology, with a minor in Chemistry.
It is now over a year since Mrs. Jackie McGiboney, Carly’s grandmother was rescued from hospice and today she is alive and very well. If not for her family’s vigilance, perseverance and timely action she would not have survived. The family had been tricked – lied to – intentionally mis-led into believing that hospice was a program to provide rest for a patient who will later be released to home. They were not told that hospice is a place where people go to die and where often they are outright killed. Mrs. McGiboney had been mis-diagnosed by physicians. The doctors were wrong and she was never any where near terminal, does not have dementia, and a host of other fabricated in medical records problems.
Carly will be telling us all about this experience, and some ways to avoid the situation.
Nurse Debbie Mulcahy tells us what not to believe about hospice. The program is not as advertised in most places in America. Nothing is held back in this interview.
You may download this interview in mp3 format at: 2016-01-22_Vickie_DebbieMulcahy_1
Taped JANUARY 23, 2016 – What Not To Believe About Hospice
EXPLOSIVE INTERVIEW – NOTHING HELD BACK
Debbie Mulcahy is a recently retired nurse who is very perceptive about pro-life issues. She has found with her own church that the topic is something people do not want to discuss. On the one hand churches do receive a lot of volunteer medical services to help people in their area but on the other they are afraid that those services will be cut off if they make a statement about how people are being prematurely killed.
Let them die and deplete the surplus population Charles Dickens wrote. Is that what they are doing today? Is that what society has come to? Deplete the surplus population and save money on corporate and government beneficent programs is sure what seems to be going on.
Today hospice is being used for means other than its intent. It was intended for people that were actually actively dying. Today it is being used for anything chronic or conditions that eventually, someday will be terminal. Dementia until recently would never have been considered something for hospice.
Once a patient has their bank accounts cleaned out by medical care costs, that person then becomes a target for hospice care. The end is near for that patient but not necessarily due to any illness, but definitely due to lack of money.
Did you know that in the US a head of hospice makes as much money as the average CEO of Health Insurance Companies? I wonder why they are always asking for donations?
Tune in for answers to these questions and learn What Not To Believe About Hospice.