In real life good doctors listen to the wishes and concerns of their patients’ families. But what I witnessed in the Oregon mental health department is massive corruption involving opioid abuses so that corporations and organizations can earn inflatable profits.
Good doctors do their jobs to protect their patients while bad doctors listen to hospital management to generate profits for opioids. Patients are at the mercy of their hospital CEO and pharmaceutical CEOs and I’m accusing them of changing a patient's meds.
And they can do it because they know the state government gives them the green light to falsify treatment, and to abuse and neglect my wife in the last seven years while I try to protect her health.
Oregon and Multnomah County health authorities are responsible for abusing and neglecting my wife for the sake of their hedge-fund corruption.
JACK O. ROMOLOR