They murdered him and we found out later through the mortician that the others in the same ICU there with my dad also died. Their protocol kills.
Pure hell on earth experience!!!
Isolated From Family
“They said his phone was off the hook because he was getting too many phone calls.”
Aug 2021 my dad was admitted to Roane Medical Center for covid. Roane Medical Center
Harriman, TN 37748. He was put into ICU but got better and was put into a regular room. I got there on the third or fourth day of my dad being there. I wasn't allowed to go in to see him because he was on the covid floor but I spoke to him on the phone and a nurse took my phone into him so we could use messenger to see him. He was doing really well and he had eaten some food that day.
The next day I couldn't get him on the phone. I tried again in a few hours and still no answer. I called the nurses desk and she said that she couldn't tell me anything because my step mom said not to. They said his phone was off the hook because he was getting too many phone calls. I spoke to my stepmother and she said he was coming home in a few days. I tried again to call and no answer so I let the hospital know that my dad and step mom were no longer legally married and I'm the oldest child and I want to know what's going on with my dad. We had started back home to West Virginia when later that day I got a phone call from a doctor at the hospital telling me that my dad taken a turn for the worse and was now in IUC and that I needed to make a decision about whether or not to put him on a ventilator. I was in total shock!!!
“She told me that he had problems breathing and they had given him a treatment that didn't agree with him and he got worse.”
We went back and I got there late in the evening to the hospital. I went straight to IUC and asked to see my dad. When I got into his room he was on a bipap and was drugged up. I told the nurse that I want to talk to my dad and to stop giving him the medicine. She said that she couldn't do that because he wouldn't be able to breathe. My dad was trying to get the bipap off and was grunting like he wanted to tell me something. They wouldn't take it off and kept giving him the medicine. One of the doctors told me that my dad said upon arrival to the hospital that he didn't want to go on a ventilator and didn't want to be resuscitated. Because he tried many times to get the bipap off they tied his hands down. They allowed my two brothers and my husband to come in to see my dad as well.
By the end of the second day in the ICU he had no fight left in him. I came out of his room crying and a nurse asked me what was wrong. I said that I hate seeing him like that and that he didn't want that thing on his face and that there was no fight left in him. The nurse said that we could take off the bipap if we put him on palliative care. The nurse said he wasn't going to recover. My sister and I agreed to do it because he was lifeless after the long fight to take off the bipap and whatever medication they kept giving him. He died the next morning. A nurse that had taken care of him on the regular floor came into the ICU room while I was there. I asked her why his phone was off the hook and she told me that he had problems breathing and they had given him a treatment that didn't agree with him and he got worse SO THEY HAD LIED ABOUT WHY THE PHONE WAS OFF THE HOOK!
There was a lot of confusion going on and we didn't know our rights. We didn't understand what was happening right before our eyes! It was horrific! Helplessness and feeling pressured to do what we did. Myself, husband, one brother and stepmother all got covid. I don't have hospital pictures because I didn't want to remember him like that. Pure hell on earth experience!!! They murdered him and we found out later through the mortician that the others in the same ICU there with my dad also died. Their protocol kills.