Baltimore bystander catches hospital staff dumping patient on the street

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He said he waited for two hours to make sure they didn't bring her back out to the bus stop.

The young woman barely speaks and seems dazed, occasionally crying out.

The patients usually have financial problems or are uninsured, but in the case of the Baltimore woman, Mr Baraka found the details were unclear. So after an ambulance arrived and returned the woman for medical care, Baraka posted his footage on Facebook early Wednesday morning, criticizing the medical center.

'When people are discharged, they¿re discharged, inner city hospitals have no money for taxis and social programs.

Baltimore bystander catches hospital staff dumping patient on the street
Baltimore bystander catches hospital staff dumping patient on the street

"Come on and sit down", Baraka repeatedly says to the patient in the recording.

The video has now sparked online outrage at the woman's plight.

The hospital spokeswoman declined saying what the woman had been treated for, citing patient privacy laws.

The state Office of Health Care Quality said it is investigating the incident. "And not that he owes it to me, he owes it to all of us". "But it is hard to know how much because we don't have the data".

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The video shows what looks like four security guards, one with a wheelchair, walking away from a bus stop outside the hospital on the outskirts of Mount Vernon.

Also making the rounds on America's collective conscious is a video of what appears to be a mentally ill woman wearing only a thin gown having been momentarily dumped out in the freezing cold by staff at a Baltimore hospital. The guards pulled the woman out of the chair, placed a small pile of belongings next to her and left. "I was like, 'Dang, that's the lady I saw in the hospital, '" Wise said.

Imamu Baraka captured the incident on his cellphone Tuesday and later published it to.

"In the end, we clearly failed to fulfill our mission with this patient".

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Shortly after Baraka posted the video, the discharged patient's treatment went viral, and public backlash against the medical center grew.

"This is disgusting that they would just leave her unattended on a bus stop, half-naked", Baraka said in the video. "Do you need me to call the police?" he asks. One of the security workers responds that he is the supervisor. Baraka asks the group. She screams and moves her hands around but doesn't talk.

A bystander posted a video in Facebook showing her mumbling and coughing in the frigid weather.

The video, which was filmed outside University of Maryland Medical Center, is very disturbing both for the misery of the poor woman and the events that led up to her abandonment. " 'UMMC will be known for providing high value and compassionate care, improving health in Maryland and beyond, educating future health care leaders and discovering innovative ways to advance medicine worldwide.' You can do better". 'You can do better. A review is pending in order to determine if action against the hospital employees involved needs to be taken.

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