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Take a patient where they medical history is at

Update by user Aug 25, 2018

I contact the City of Houston but they said that is what they are supposed to do when it is an emergency. The mayor of Houston do not no patient life is in danger when they are taken to the wrong hospital.

Like my daughter she will not be going home. She will live the rest of her life on a ventilator because of what fire station 58 did to her. The rules need to change take a patient when they want to go or what the family member say take there love one.

That hospital gave her some medicine she do not take, that was her last words to me. I think about that every time I see her, it breaks my heart.

Original review posted by user Jul 24, 2018
In March 2018 fire station 58 took my daughter Teresa Finley to a hospital where they did not no her medical history. Her children told the ambulance driver take her to Herman memorial but he insist taken her where he wanted her to go. Also the driver kept her I.D. and today we have not got it back. That rule in Houston,Tx need to change, because of that rule my daughter was given medication she do not take. They took her to United Memorial Medical Center which was Doctor Hospital 510 W Tidwell Houston,Tx 77091. I also found out that some ambulance get a bonus pay to take patients there. My daughter almost died because of that. The 911 emergency need to change that rules. That hospital I would not take a dog there. I contact Sylvester Turner office the person that response back agree with the ambulance driver he did the right thing follow the rule. If her children had not move her out of that hospital she would of died. As of today she is still in the hospital. I wish I knew who to contact about this rule. The mayor office is not the place to start. I have heard other people talking about they was taken to the wrong hospital. In 2004 I was having chest pain my sister call 911 they came but did not take me where I wanted to go. I had to call my niece and she took me to L.B. J. hospital. When I go there they did a EKG and ask me did I come by ambulance I told the nurse no. She told me I had no business walking in the hospital I should of came by ambulance. I told her the the ambulance driver would not bring me. L.B.J. have my medical history.
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911 Emergency Emergency Service
  • There rule
Reason of review
911 emergency need to change

Reported a reckless driver, but never say a police officer.

I was driving N on 167 from Puyallup 10/5/14 around 6pm PST called 911 on a Black Lexus SUV driving recklessly on the shoulder to go around cars and excessively fast. The 911 operator transferred me to State Patrol where I again explained my concerned and gave vehicle description and plate number, they told me they would radio a nearby officer to pursue. I followed the driver all the way up 167 to W 518 where he then took I-5 north and I headed home. Never once seeing an officer to handle to driver. I am very disappointed why do we have 911 if officers don't respond. This could have turned into a horrible accident. The driver was leap frogging in and out of cars and driving crazy fast.
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Reason of review
Poor customer service
Preferred solution
More officers on patrol to help

Dispatcher Review

I called in to 911 and the dispatcher was beyond rude!!!!
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