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A discussion with the Wife of patient that after complaining of his level of care and the workers in the clinic, he was terminated for what appears to be trumped up reasons. He has since been blackballed from other clinics in his area; with no clinic to go to he has been forced into HOSPICE.
This appears to be an ongoing problem with DCI, Fresenius and Davita. This patient was a Davita patient. Dialysis Advocates went to their Legal Department and Javier Rodriguez the CEO of Davita. It appears that no one cares at the CEO level; we’ve asked him and the Legal Department to help with this patient. Nothing came from our request to CMS to help this patient who had no appeal and is not allowed to face his accuser.
This is happening much too often in too many clinics where complaining about care or workers leads to retaliation. What if any investigation is done at the clinic level is often poorly done and biased in favor of the worker or clinic. Patients are not allowed to see the results of an investigation nor are they allowed to face their accuser. A patient it appears has to go to legal to clean up a record they are not allowed to see.
We are having too many patients with the same situation Nationwide. One even having to strip down naked before getting dialysis.
Call in and ask questions and our website has other cases in the News Portion. www.dialysisadvocates.com
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Join the #SundayDinnerCrew b/k/a #HolliewoodAndFriends (Hollie Wood, Venor and Miss Juddy) tonight at 8pm EST as they give you the latest #HotInTheBlogs topics as only they can!
Kanye West vs. Amber Rose vs. Kim Kardashian. What he said, what she said and what you think of it all.
"You are NOT the father!" (or are you?) Jay-Z pulled into a paternity test scandal.
Comedian/Actress Mo'Nique says she's been Blacklisted by Hollywood.
Geraldo Rivera: "Hip-Hop has hurt black people more than racism in the last 10 years" Agree? Disagree? Share your thoughts.
and a whole lot MORE!
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Listen to the "Ice Cream Convos Morning Show" as we discuss Mo'Nique's interview with The Hollywood Reporter where she opens up about being blackballed after her Oscar win in 2010.
We'll also give you the scoop on Kanye West's recent interview with "The Breakfast Club" where he fires shots at Amber Rose and confirms Tyga is dating 17-year-old Kylie Jenner.
Nina Simone and Mohammed Ali are the inspiration for this show. Their activism, beliefs and convictions put their careers in jeopardy.Ms. Simone was blackballed and suffered mentally from her strong beliefs and statements regarding the treatment of Black people in America. Because Mohammed Ali refused to fight in the Vietnam War, he was stripped of his title. They both stood strong. Hae musicians, artists, actors and writers in our community lost the plot? Hip-Hop used to be message music and now it's anything but. Are we as artists obligated to speak to the times? Does our music, do our books and plays provoke thoughtful dialogue or controversy? Where is the activism today? Join me and my guests, Eloise Laws of the iconic Laws Family, Roz Ayers-Williams, playwright, Rita Graham, vocalist and author, Joan Cartwright, entertainer, activist and founder of Women in Jazz South Florida, as well as others who are calling in to hear their thoughts on the state of our art today.
I'M ON AT 8 TONIGHT AS I TALK THE KENTUCKY WOMAN WHO WAS JAILED FOR WHAT SHE WAS TAUGHT WAS RIGHT AND REFUSED TO ISSUE SAME SEX MARRIAGE LICENSES. AND A FORMER NBA PLAYER WAS BLACKBALLED FOR SPEAKING UP?? CALL IN LIVE AND FIND UP WHO AND WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT? CALL 646-787-1787
On tonight's episode of TRU SPORTS TALK we go right back into some of the controversial topics that are happening today in the world of sports. We also take a historical look into the factors that have shaped the perception of mainstream sports with a goal of providing insight and clarity to the listeners. The goal of the program is to help parents, coaches, and administrators see a different perspective on the world of sports and entertainment.
Sports Gambling and the outcome of professional games
The lack of black players in MLB
Is the Hall of Fame Voting in MLB and NFL biased?
Athletes and violence (an alarming trend)
How strong are the sports unions?
Ray Rice blackballed?
Are today's athletes socially conscious?
What is the Michael Jordan legacy?
Join us as we answer these questions and more.
Hulk Hogan blackballed out of WWE, John Cena's nose, SummerSlam bumped up to 4 hours, The Wyatt Family to add a new member? TNA still taping more TV, Tough Enough, Paige to podcast with Steve Austin, and tons more! All LIVE on TNT!
Jennifer Kemple Born and Raised in the PacificNorthwest. Started singing at a very early age, was Raised in the church. her father played bass and sang as well, her Mom was a nurse and a singer also, her oldest brother started the whole thing. She Was in Star Fire Express I. 1975-79. Played funk. her influences are Vast. And Range from Etta James to Twisted Insane and Everything in between." By the time I was 14.. I was blackballed from talent shows. At age 16 I became the singer for a band Called Mr Lucky. at18. Sang for a Reggae Band Called Raggs and Bush Doktor. Was discovered at Chan's dragon inn.. By Rhonda Mongee.. And Michael Mentzer, I Became the Singer of Big Mumbo blues Band. Played for The Staple singers at the 2010 Winthrop Blues festival. 2008.2009.2010.." says Jennifer Kemple In 2014 Sept 27th, she was inducted into the national blues hall of fame. April 2012.. Won the X factor pass Contest . Went to N.C. for an Audition for the x factor. Made it to the producers Round. 2013 Went to Seattle for the AGT auditions. Made it to the producers Round. 2012 Flew to New Orleans. Played With Gaynielle Neville. Of The Legendary Neville Family. 2012. Met Rittz. Started working with Twisted Insane and Brainsick. Began Working with the Firing Squad. Became close with Tech 9 and Rittz. 2014 opened for Rittz on The OD Tour...
My guest tonight is “MT” from Washington State. He was a school teacher for many years and always worked for the state wildlife services before he was fired for coming forward with his encounter. He says “I made the mistake of telling some of my co-workers about my encounter, I was fired afterwards without any reason and was blackballed from the industry” MT goes on to explain what he saw, “When I had my close up sighting of the bigfoot that was over 11 feet tall up near Mt. Rainier National Park, just west of Ashford, Washington, you could see the muscles bulging beneath the short fur covering as the creature reached up to move the branch from in front of its face as it walked into the woods… also, that the creature was truly of gigantic stature. If you saw the movie Prometheus with the gigantic humanoid aliens, my Bigfoot was about the same build. It was nothing but muscle and hair.
I tell people that it resembled a silver back gorilla crossed with an Olympic athlete (summer track events), crossed with a giant. It looked like a tall person crossing the road… and the arms were not down almost to the knees like a lot of people say… it had the perfect human proportions a tall athletic man… except for the huge hump of muscles across the shoulders behind the head, and that the ear seemed to be in the wrong location on the side of the head for a human and looked more like where it would be on a big silver back gorilla.”
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Willie Mays Aikens' addiction to cocaine first landed him in jail when he played for the Kansas City Royals and, he believes, eventually blackballed him from the sport that he loved. On this episode of The QTI Power Hour the former KC Royals first basemen shares his story of baseball, drug addiction and the road to recovery, He discusses his book, "Safe at Home" with hosts Jason Loftin and Steve Kucharski. Jason Lofton is President and CEO of QTI, a diversified player in all aspects of construction throughout the Midwest. To learn more about the hosts, go online: http://www.qti5.com