I saw this a while ago, but couldn’t find a story on it.
If you collapse in a hospital, you would think that you would have help readily available, right? Apparently not at Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock, B.C. according to Stephen Braybrooke. His father collapsed feet from a nursing station, and the nurses remained in the station and called 911 instead of calling for a code blue and coming to the guy’s aid.
What? Why? I’m sure the paramedics could not understand being summoned to help someone *inside* a hospital, ya know, where all the doctors and nurses are.
The hospital is extremely lucky that Jim Braybrooke survived, does not remember what happened, and is in good spirits. If the 86-year-old man died, there would have been a lawsuit for sure.