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NorCa,

Would you please answer my question in the China thread.

Thanks.

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vabeach I would bring the LE in from second one and have them contact child protective services at the first hint or indication of any action that was not in the best interests of the child. The whole plan is about first responsibilities and then loyalties. First responsibility is to the patient and this type of open racism can not be allowed to have any impact on that patient or any other patient in the hospital. That baby is entitled to the best nursing available and I would have to believe that would be provided by those nurses who are, and have been, doing that work in that speciality. Moving nurses around a hospital will cause ripples that affect other patients and staff and not in good ways. My second responsibility is to my staff, cut and dried. I will not support them in or allow an illegal act but I will support them in every minute of them doing their job in all the right ways. My attitude about confrontational racism is that I will not and do not accept it or excuse it for any reason at any time. Period. My last responsibility in this is to the racist asshole dad and if he didn't like it he can move the child at his expense with the supervising of CPS and local LE. If he wants to make it a fight he can fight with them while the hospital staff gives the best treatment they can to his child. He will loose in the end, maybe even his child.

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What?

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Yes, on Fox. Like the Baldwin story being front page "news". I thought they don't care would celebs do.... Unless its Clint Eastwood or Regan....

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Yes, on Fox. Like the Baldwin story being front page "news". I thought they don't care would celebs do.... Unless its Clint Eastwood or Regan....

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I don't know what to think. I never had a male gyn for instance. Why? because I feel more comfortable with a woman. I would imagine many men feel more comfortable with a male urologist.

It's sticky for sure. But I believe that had the hospital chose option #1, there wouldn't be too many issues.

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If a black woman requested only black nurses would this even be a story?

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Well, in any case, your decision to keep the hospital staff *in general* away unless they are needed is not a discriminatory decision and I don't think it's really the same kind of case.

I also, however, see this as the hospital having an interest in protecting their staff from hostile environments by keeping them away from assholes.

Going a step further - patients request to be only visited by female or male nurses or doctors all the time for various reasons, and hospitals generally comply. Isn't this discriminatory in almost the same way?

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I brought my own medical team both times, my own doctor, a midwife a nurse.

Why go to the hospital?

#1- in case something goes wrong #2- so that you're never alone. Ever been next to a birthing woman in a maternity ward? if so, have you noticed just how much attention she's getting from the general nurse on duty?

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If you bring along your own medical team, why even go to a hospital?

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