Every time you become a patient in a New York hospital, you risk getting a hospital-acquired infection while you are there. In fact, according to a recent HealthLine report, your chance is one in 10. And this risk increases if your hospital stay includes time in an intensive care unit where doctors and nurses treat the sickest patients.
When you have to undergo a surgical procedure in New York, you fully expect that your surgeon and everyone else on your surgical team will do their jobs in a professional and competent manner. You do not expect that anyone will make an error that injures you or makes you sicker than you were prior to the surgery.
As you begin the home-selling process, your dream is likely to have a stress-free sale. It is great if you are able to list your house, find a qualified buyer quickly and hand over the keys in a short period of time. But selling a home involves many different factors. There are some aspects you cannot change, such as the geography or whether you are in a buyers' market.
When you are told that your treatment plan is going to include surgery in New York, it may be difficult to wrap your head around at first. Additionally, you want to be sure that you select a surgeon who you trust and who will be able to perform your operation without causing further damage or leaving you at risk of unnecessary injury.
The focus on improving the quality of care for elderly dependents in New York has been a concern for quite some time now as with many other places around the nation. As people age and become incapacitated, they rely on caretakers to help them with day-to-day needs, as well as help with managing finances and medical decisions among other things. However, with a growing number of LGBTQ individuals, many people are beginning to question how these identities could affect elder care in the near future.
With more and more urgent care centers popping up all the time, many people seeking medical care in New York seem to be choosing these clinics for treatment of their medical needs. Patients appreciate the convenience factor and decreased costs that they provide, but you need to be aware that there can be some downsides. The law firm of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP understands the potential for urgent care errors.
When you need to take medication for either a chronic illness or an acute one, like many New Yorkers you run the risk of being a victim of a prescription error. These mistakes may come with minor or dire consequences, and in some cases can even result in death. Here at Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, people often ask us how prescription errors can happen.