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Virginia Hospitals Now Able to Withdraw and Deny Care at Will or Whim

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Yolanda Bell

Manassas, VA

Apr 30, 2018 — (The picture is an X-ray of Anastasia’s hip/femur that was broken by Dulles Health and Rehab Center in Herndon, VA)

Last month the Virginia General Assembly (sponsored by healthcare pawn Delegate Stolle) passed a bill and Governor Northam signed into law legislation that now allows Virginia hospitals (Inova) to withdraw and deny care their doctors deem unethical or inappropriate (i.e not profitable for hospital). The law gives a family that disagrees with a hospital treatment decision 14 days to find another doctor at another hospital to agree to take their family member or the hospital may withdraw all care including life saving care already being provided. In other words they can removed oxygen, ventilators, tubefeedings, fluids, etc and let you die, or more accurately put kill you. This law becomes effective on July 1, 2018. Strangely or not so strangely this is one of the only laws passed in this session that has Not been boasted about or published.

Medicare and Medicaid patients and anyone without platinum health insurance needs to be very wary of dealing with hospitals in Virginia now because if my sisters story shows anything it is Inova hospitals have absolutely no qualms about putting out or killing off patients they do not value and deem unprofitable. In fact I believe it is the outing of Inova and what they did to my sister that brought about this bill.

Lastly Medicare patients have certain federally protected rights when it comes to this type of situation which this law appears to go against (and is why Inova ran to have their buddies in Fairfax circuit court hand over my sister before the Medicare decision was rendered). Federal law trumps state law.

PETITION UPDATE

VIRGINIA HOUSE AND SENATE SEEK TO PASS BILL TO DENY AND WITHDRAW CARE…

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Yolanda Bell

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Yolanda Bell

Manassas, VA

Jan 31, 2018 — The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, both the House and the Senate, are seeking to pass Bills to allow hospitals to deny and withdraw care they the doctors deem unnecessary or unethical. In instances where families disagree with the doctors or hospital on needed care the respective bills will allow the doctors to cease providing medical care… period.

The House bill is HB 226 which at last look was up for debate in committee tomorrow, Feb 1, 2018 at 5:00pm (this could have changed).
http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?181+sum+hb406

The Senate Bill SB222 passed committee today and is linked below. Both these bills need to be killed. These bills are a direct result of Inova and RHC and what Anastasia went through. VIRGINIA RESIDENTS CALL AND CONTACT YOUR DELEGATES AND SENATORS TODAY AND TELL THEM TO VOTE NO ON THESE BILLS WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENTS TO PROTECT THE VULNERABLE.

Bill to give doctors way out of providing medically unethical treatment passes first committee

A bill that would create a process by which a physician can cease treatment they deem to be medically unnecessary or inappropriate for…

http://www.richmond.com

INOVA GATE Part 2: The Case Management Meeting

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Published on Nov 3, 2017

This trailer delves into a local well known hospital using guardianships to remove medicare and medicaid patients from their hospital. It also speaks to the Abduction of my sister Anastasia Adams by the same hospital in Northern Virginia.

 

 

INOVA GATE: The Abduction of Anastasia Adams

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Day 258 – More Weight Loss & New Trailers on INOVA GATE

Yolanda Bell

Nov 4, 2017 — It has been 258 days since my sister Anastasia was abducted by Inova Fairfax hospital and their two designated guardians; 258 days since she has known the comfort and security of her family and her own bed.

Anastasia has lost still more weight.  She did not have any extra weight to lose.  She was rail thin before, now her hands and shoulders are skeletal.  You can see and count the vertebra of her spine.  The past couple of visits she has been panting as she breathes.  Anastasia watches my every move as I sit next to her and hardly takes her eyes off me.  It is as if she is trying to memorize my face.  Today she would briefly close her eyes and then quickly open them again to make sure I was still sitting next to her.  She was constantly looking me in the eye.  If I lowered my head as I took notes she would moan softly.  It breaks my heart.  She wants to come home.

Anastasia was also burning up today.  You could feel the heat coming off her from 6 inches away.  She also appeared somewhat dehydrated again.  I mentioned it to the nurse after they brought her out to the lobby for our one hour visit.  The nurse took her back to her room for 15-20 minutes and when she brought her back said she did not have a fever that she was hot because it was warm in the building and outside.  Based on Anastasia’s appearance and her demeanor I’d put money on it that she was in fact running a fever.  How can I tell?  This is one of those things that I am not at liberty to discuss, but suffice it to say it is almost a sure bet.

I miss my sister terribly and want her home where she will be safe and well cared for, where her life will be valued.

Prayers, prayers, and more prayers.

There are two new trailers out for Inova Gate, a short version 8:18 minutes and extended version 12:36 minutes. Please watch and distribute widely. I can only link one video so will link the extended and post the link to the Short Version:

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Virginia Thumbs Nose at ObamaCare

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CCHC Health Care News

Citizens’ Council on Health Care
www.healthcarefreedom.us

Yesterday, according to The Washington Post, the Virginia General Assembly passed a bill to make it illegal for the government to require individuals to purchase health insurance. This is a direct assault against ObamaCare. President Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi concede that the individual mandate—forcing all citizens to buy health insurance, and then only insurance approved by the government—is THE key to achieving their goals for ObamaCare. If everyone is not required to purchase health insurance, then the federal government will not have the money to pay for all the subsidies, special deals, and special interest handouts in the bill.

The Virginia Senate passed the bill last month and Governor Robert McDonnell said Wednesday that he intends to sign it. Every state of the Union should follow in this effort to assert, claim, and retain the Constitutional rights of citizens.

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