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    Phelps County Regional Medical Center
    Nurse's notes document that PCRMC, Phelps County Regional Medical Center, was informed patient was not to be given Benzodiazepines; however, Keppra would work. Nurses notes also show that patient was given said medication intraveneously against will. The effects of giving patient benzodiazepines were anger, aggression, confusion, irritability, memory impairment, etc. Patient became unreasonable, and left the hospital hoping to travel to the next hospital to get help. The patient was arrested and incarcerated for a month and continued to have medical situation ignored by officers, jailers, and court people. PCRMC refuses to address this situation claiming that those involved did not do anything wrong. Every person has the right to refuse treatment. PCRMC had the duty to withhold Benzodiazepines and check the medical information. PCRMC had an alternate drug option, Keppra, they ignored. Seizures leave the mind in stress. Sometimes it takes weeks to piece the timeline of actions back together in order. Now add to that a drug line that creates more memory impairment, confusion, irritability, aggression and then discharge the person. Phelps County Regional Medical Center's people are professionally trained for this type of situation. They knew they made a wrong decision and documented the incident in such a way that it seems innocuous. Remember, the patient refused the drugs that these people injected into his body intravenously so he had no control, no say so, and no physical way to stop them. Then PCRMC charges this patient over $20,000.00 for the several hours he was admitted. PCRMC's response when this situation was presented to them through their hospital notes was, to say that care and treatment received was clinically appropriate even though hospital was explicitly told benzodiazepines were not to be given.
    - Sarah C.
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