The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission in action

This is a heading from the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission’s website. In other words, it’s claiming to be committed to protecting public health and safety by the way in which it deals with complaints about health service providers.

It’s put in other words here:-

But what are the facts?

According to it’s own website, it received 9,159 complaints in 2022-23 – an average of just over 760 per month.

From this, you would think it would be safe to say it received at least 400 complaints per month about Doctors – with the rest being about miscellaneous other health care workers, nurses, Chinese Medical Practitioners and so on.

So, out of the 800 or so complaints about Doctors it received in October and November 2023, in how many instances, would you think, it was agreed that the Doctor’s care of his patient had been sub-standard? – ONE!!!!!!!!!!! 

And this will make you laugh – in this instance it was found that, with a chin implant he was about to insert into a patient, he dropped it on the floor, and he just picked it up and continued to insert it into the patient!

One Doctor was found guilty of misconduct in relation to drugs, two were found guilty of what amounted to sexual misconduct, and one guilty in relation to medical benefits claims. As we said, IN JUST ONE CASE OUT OF 800! was it agreed that the Doctor’s care of his patient had been substandard.

In other words, 99.9% of the NSW people who took the considerable time and trouble to make a complaint to the HCCC about a Doctor, were told they were STUPID – that they really had no basis to complain.

And the situation has been becoming worse and worse and worse for years, to the point where it’s hard to imagine how it could get any worse.

AND YOU DON’T CARE DO YOU?

And our Premiers don’t care, our Health Ministers don’t care, our Shadow Health Ministers don’t care, and our Health Care Complaints Commissioner, Sue Dawson, whose now been holding her position for more than 9 years, doesn’t care.

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The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission in action

This is a heading from the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission’s website. In other words, it’s claiming to be committed to protecting public health and safety by the way in which it deals with complaints about health service providers.

It’s put in these words elsewhere:-

But what are the facts?

According to it’s own website, it received 9,159 complaints in 2022-23 – an average of just over 760 per month.

From this, you would think it would be safe to say it received at least 400 complaints per month about Doctors, with the rest being about miscellaneous other health care workers, nurses, Chinese Medical Practitioners and so on.

So, out of the 800 or so complaints it received in October and November 2023, in how many instances, do you think, was it agreed that the Doctor’s care of his patient had been sub-standard, to start with? – ONE!!!!!!!!!!! 

(And this will make you laugh – in this instance it was found that, with a chin implant he was about to insert into a patient, he dropped it on the floor, and he just picked it up and continued to insert it into the patient!)

One Doctor was found guilty of misconduct in relation to drugs, two were found guilty of what amounted to sexual misconduct, and one guilty in relation to medical benefits claims. As we said, IN JUST CASE OUT OF 800! was it agreed that the Doctor’s care of their patient had been substandard.

In other words, 99.9% of the NSW people who took the considerable time and trouble to make a complaint to the HCCC about a Doctor, were told they were STUPID – that they really had no basis to complain.

And the situation has been becoming worse and worse and worse for years, to the point where it’s hard to imagine how it could get any worse.

And YOU DON’T CARE DO YOU?

 

And our Premiers don’t care, our Health Ministers don’t care, our Shadow Health Ministers don’t care, and our Health Care Complaints Commissioner, Sue Dawson, whose now been holding her position for more than 9 years, doesn’t care.

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The Camden & Campbelltown Government Hospitals – dealing with 1

The moment we received this last email, we felt like jumping to our feet and saluting and calling out, “Heil Hitler!” We began to have grave conerns when we read this sentence in A/Prof. Prahalath’s Tue. 24 Aug. 21, email – “The booking into public ante-natal care in a NSW Public Hospital is actually based on the family home geographical location, RATHER THAN A CHOICE!” And now this – if your family home geographical location dictates that the only NSW Public Hospital you can go to is either the one in Camden or the one in Campbelltown, the best the people in them can come up with is that a midwife will be available to support your partner during the birth of your child, in normal circumstances, but if circumstances aren’t normal, there may be no one available to help, (and they may as well have added, “and, as consequence, your baby dies,) these things happen. As they say, in the words of the old saying, “That’s how the cookie crumbles.”

So there you have it, readers, couples having no choice as to which hospital they can go to for help in having their baby, it being compulsory, as in a Police State, and if they have to go to either the Camden or Campbelltown hospitals, the people in them being decidedly casual about whether they would get it or not. But that’s how it is in New South Wales under the Berejiklian Government, and no one cares! And if you don’t believe us, you just see – if we send a copy of this post to (1) Secretary, NSW Health, Elizabeth Koff, or (2) NSW Minister for Health, Brad Hazzard, or (3)  Premier Berejiklian herself, which we intend doing, we won’t get the slightest indication that even one of them cares, least of all Premier Berejiklian. And the people under them don’t care, because they know that not even one of these three gives a damn!

A response received on Mon. 30 Aug. 21.

Our response on the same day.

A response received on Tue. 24 Aug. 21.

Our response on the same day.

A further response received on the same day.

A response received on the same day.

A letter emailed to these hospitals on Fri. 20 Aug. 21.

Note this note from Wikipedia.

Email us at info@quesstionsmisc.info.

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St George Government hospital – dealing with

Our response.

A letter received by email on Tue. 23 Aug. 21 at 1.12 pm.

Having not had our previous email even acknowledged, this further letter was emailed to this hospital on Mon. 23 Aug. 21 at 4.31 pm.

A letter sent by email to the St George Government hospital on Fri. 13 Aug. 21, at 9.05 am – SESLHD-Mail@health.nsw.gov.au.

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A list of the NSW hospitals in which the people in it GUARANTEE that couples going to them for help in having a baby will ALWAYS get it 1

St George Private Hospital – as at Mon. 23 Aug. 2021, no GUARANTEE yet forthcoming. To see the correspondence, use this link.

Westmead Private Hospital – as at Fri. 20 Aug. 2021, no GUARANTEE yet forthcoming. To see the correspondence, use this link.

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Westmead Private Hospital – correspondence with

We’re awaiting a response.

A further letter received by email on Fri. 20 Aug. 2021.

A letter received by email on Fri. 20 Aug. 2021.

A reminder sent by email on Fri. 20 Aug. 2021.

I’m wondering if you got this email.

A letter emailed to the CEO, Westmead Private Hospital, 0n Fri. 13 Aug. 2021, using the ordinary email address – wmprecp@ramsayhealth.com.au.

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The North Shore Government Hospital – dealing with

This letter was sent to this hospital by email on Wed. 11 Aug. 2021, using their ordinary email address – NSLHD-RNSHGeneralEnquiries@health.nsw.gov.au.

We received back this automated response by return.

We’ll let our readers know if we hear further.

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Trying to send emails

support@tigertech.net

Hi guys

I’ve been one of your clients for many years, and at present, you are hosting more than 20 websites and blogs for me. You have been SO helpful with various problems I’ve experienced over the years, and I hope you can help me with this one.

Yesterday, on Tue. 27 July, 2021, after everything had been normal earlier in the day, I started not being able to send emails to anyone, not even to you guys. Each time I tried to send one, all that happened was that this came up.

I tried and tried, inserting every possible password I could think of, but the result was always the same – this came up.

I’ve no idea what to do next.

Because, as I say, I can’t even email you guys, I’ve put my story in this post on one of my blogs and have asked my friend, Lou Ehrler, to email a copy to you guys so you can read it. I can still  receive emails, so hopefully you can email me with advice as to what to do. If not, if I find I can’t respond by email to your emails, I’ll add anything further I have to say to this post until I can.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

David Beck

Sydney, Australia.

Wed. 28 July, 2021.

david.beck@customguides.net, or, info@questionsmisc.info.

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Trying to send emails

support@tigertech.net

Hi guys

I’ve been one of your clients for many years, and at present, you are hosting more than 20 websites and blogs for me. You have been SO helpful with various problems I’ve experienced over the years, and I hope you can help me with this one.

Yesterday, on Tue. 27 July, 2021, after everything had been normal earlier in the day, I started not being able to send emails to anyone, not even to you guys. Each time I tried to send one, all that happened was that this came up.

I tried and tried, inserting every possible password I could think of, but the result was always the same – this came up.

I’ve no idea what to do next.

Because, as I say, I can’t even email you guys, I’ve put my story in this post on one of my blogs and have asked my son, Darren Beck, to email a copy to you guys so you can read it. I can still  receive emails, so hopefully you can email me with advice as to what to do. If not, if I find I can’t respond by email to your emails, I’ll add anything further I have to say to this post until I can.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

David Beck

Sydney, Australia.

Wed. 28 July, 2021.

david.beck@customguides.net, or, info@questionsmisc.info.

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125043

For the whole 15 years or so that my building company had been in operation, we’d had our compensation insurance for workers, (which, of course, was compulsory,) with the AMP Society.
There were, of course, two types of this insurance – insurance for workers on payrolls and insurance for subcontractors, with the premiums for workers being many times those for subcontractors, for this reason.
For subcontractors to claim compensation, they had to prove that whoever they’d been working for had been negligent, whereas workers on payrolls didn’t have to do this – their injuries may, in fact, have been their fault, but they could still claim compensation.
Over the years there had always been scales of premiums for different types of workers, which were a percentage of their wages/salaries, so working out the amount of the premiums was straight forward and easy. But working out the premiums for subcontractors wasn’t straight forward and easy – the AMP’s agent always used to say that this was a “grey area” but if we gave them so much they’d be happy.
But, in about 1982, within 6 weeks, 2 subcontractors went to court and their claims for compensation, even though we hadn’t been negligent in any way, were successful – it was a complete change in the law!!! (Which, incidentally, has lead to a complete change in the system.)
This lead to the AMP claiming that we had been underpaying them during the whole 15 years, which, of course, was nonsense, because if we’d been paying the rates for workers on payrolls on the money we’d been paying to subcontractors, we wouldn’t have ever made made a profit, ever. But this didn’t stop the greedy bastards at the AMP from claiming that we owed the millions dollars – in other words, something I hadn’t realised so clearly at time, they reserved the right to increase the amount they accepted in past years as the correct, when the circumstance had changed. Perhaps if I’d realised this, at the time, something could have been done about it. But, as I say, it lead to me losing everything.
IN the face of these circumstances, someone once advised me that you should always change you’re insurance companies every 2 or 3 years, because, at least, if you do this, you are only arguing about premiums for 2 or 3 years, not for 15 years as happened in my case.
I has recently occurred to me that this is a suggestion I should pass on to you guys.
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