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Life in a Rural Hospital

It's sad and hard when a is . My helper's younger brother's youngest child 6 months old is sick. Was in a . The problem is the are not in with their . One says the is ok the other said positive with . A day ago the baby was ok. She was admitted for , lack of appetite and . In our town they were referred to a rural hospital in the next town. They did some works and IV fluids.

The baby improved a little but again last night they saw she was getting listless again and pale. The attending said she was ok but the other doctor said she had .

So now we are getting a doctor from her a to refer the baby to a hospital in the city, a private one.

So I guess rural hospitals are ok but sometimes when it is an infant you just need to get the best care.

Another thing money is also another factor so I have offered my help, Christmas comes every year but a life is more important.

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marialy18 wrote on December 16, 2014, 10:05 PM

We left our house in the rural when we transferred in the city.
Life was good there where we have wide areas and facade

paperdaisyflower7 wrote on December 17, 2014, 1:32 AM

living in a rural area is nice and clean but only lacking in medical supplies and doctors

scheng1 wrote on December 17, 2014, 3:59 AM

Unless there is a specialized children hospital in the rural area.

paigea wrote on December 30, 2014, 1:01 PM

Here as well, some services are just not the same in rural hospitals. But they are good at what they do have