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Caught On Camera: Baltimore Hospital Dumps Patient On Street In Gown In Frigid Weather

The Daily Sheeple – by Lily Dane

“I saw the unthinkable: another human in a wheelchair being wheeled out in the dead of cold,” Imamu Baraka said of the horrifying scene he witnessed earlier this week.

“At first I was shocked. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. And I move beyond that to the next level from being shocked. I became … irritated and fearful for the young lady. And then I became angry,” he told the Associated Press.  

Baraka was walking past the University of Maryland Medical Center on Tuesday night when he watched the hospital’s security guards wheel a patient wearing only a thin gown and socks to a bus stop. The guards left her there in the freezing temperatures.

Baraka, who said he has a psychotherapy practice in a building across the street from the Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, said he rushed back to his office and grabbed his cellphone so he could record the incident. He feared no one would believe him if he reported what he saw.

Here’s what he caught on video.

In the video, you can hear Baraka asking the woman, “It’s about 30 degrees out here right now. Are you OK, ma’am? Do you need me to call the police?”

“Are you unable to speak?” Baraka asks the woman. “Why don’t you sit down, ma’am? You don’t look well. Come and sit down.”

Baraka uploaded video footage of his encounter with the woman on Facebook:

Now the University of Maryland Medical Center is being accused of a practice known as “patient dumping” or “hospital dumping” in which patients who are homeless, mentally ill, or both are released to the streets, The Baltimore Sun reports. The practice also involves people who are uninsured or have financial issues. It is unclear if those were factors in this patient’s case.

In a statement, the University of Maryland Medical Center said that they “share the shock and disappointment of many who have viewed the video. In the end we clearly failed to fulfill our mission with this patient.”

The Baltimore Sun reports that Dr. Mohan Suntha, the University of Maryland Medical Center’s president and CEO, apologized for the incident, stating “We take full responsibility for this failure.” He added that the hospital did not provide “basic humanity and compassion.”

Baraka said that he stopped recording to call 911 and an ambulance crew came and took the woman back into the hospital. He said he waited for two hours to make sure they didn’t bring her back out to the bus stop. He said he heard her say “thank you” as she was led away, reports The Baltimore Sun.

In a Facebook video that evening, Baraka described what happened next:

He has since spoken with the woman’s mother, Baraka said, who contacted him after seeing the video. During a three-hour discussion, she told him her daughter was 22 years old. The woman is now safe with family and being well taken care of, The Sun reports:

The family told Baraka that the hospital had put the woman in a cab to a homeless shelter and that was where the mother found her. He declined to describe her mental or medical conditions or why her family didn’t know where she was.

“She said her daughter had been missing,” he said. “She did some momma bear stuff to find her after she saw the video.”

Hospital officials have not said what the woman was treated for in the emergency room or why she was left out in the cold near a public transit bus stop. Suntha said she received proper care while in the hospital and that the incident happened after discharge, but couldn’t say more due to privacy laws.

The hospital is still working to determine how to respond and could take personnel action.

“We share the community’s anger and concern,” Suntha said.

Amid the flood of public interest surrounding the video, Suntha thanked Baraka for filming the incident.

“OK, fix it,” Baraka said.

“If you want to thank me: fix it.”

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15 Responses to Caught On Camera: Baltimore Hospital Dumps Patient On Street In Gown In Frigid Weather

  1. Jolly Roger says:

    We were taught to see hospitals as places of care and cure, but in today’s reality, they’re just businesses no different than meat-packing plants or factories.

    Dump the patients in the street because it helps the bottom line. Harvest their organs if they have no insurance. Get ’em hooked on Hebrew health care so they’ll fork over their life’s savings to us.

    Hospitals care about dollars, and little else.

  2. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    Why didn’t they just throw her off the roof? Hell, it would have looked like suicide, and they would have dodged ridicule by hundreds of millions of people.

    Now this woman has a multi million dollar lawsuit, and a free house given to her by Oprah.

    I,m kidding of course, but it so sick on its face that I didn’t know any other way to comment. Except for finding who is responsible for this and tie the fk across a set of rail road tracks.

  3. Oddizee says:

    She obviously had access to food. You don’t know the back story. My guess is she refused to leave, he refused to dress. Probably wanted waited on. In my hometown there was a Mexican woman who refused to leave maternity. She had normal delivery, but had 10 kids at home. She was there for at least 12 days.

    • Mark Schumacher in LV says:

      So put her in a room, and pay for a homeless shelter for s couple days for fuck sakes. If they had her for 12 fking days, they could have afforded it.

      Hell, open a goddamned Facebook page and ask for help. F#@KERBERG could have driven home huge help, let the jew basterd site help out.

      F#@k the back story, I would have given money.

  4. Swifty Lomax says:

    In the video, you can hear Baraka asking the woman, “It’s about 30 degrees out here right now. Are you OK, ma’am? Do you need me to call the police?”

    Sure call the police, it’s not enough that I’m freezing, I would feel much better if I were shot multiple times as well. Thank you kind sir.

  5. Oddizee says:

    A good lawyer would check and see any collusion between these two ppl. Patient and video guy. What a great way to scam and pocket ALOT of money. Refuse to leave, get tossed just the same time a “concerned” human happens to be walking by.

    • Mark Schumacher in LV says:

      Man, your a cynicle SOB, she was there for 12 days and they threw her out.

      I hope she recovers millions.

  6. Oddizee says:

    Dude didn’t offer his coat…. lol.

  7. flee says:

    Look at the bright side.

    It really could uh …, have been worse.

    The patient could’ve taken a dump outside and all of them could have frozen to death.

  8. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “In the end we clearly failed to fulfill our mission with this patient.”

    Translation: “She’s still breathing.”

  9. Ruth says:

    Dr. Mohan Suntha
    President and CEO of University of Maryland Medical Center needs to be fired along with those hospital employees who dumped this woman on the curb.

    • flee says:

      Oh Ruth…

      I’m so disappointed with your comment.

      If fact if I was at least not indoctrinated by religion and pc correctness.

      I would take your comment as a threat.

      But in my twisted reality , and morals.

      All I can say is…

      You go girl!!!

  10. Deon says:

    Clearly there was something wrong with her. She was not all the way there mentally., and i am not calling her crazy, but i have been around people matter fact teenagers who where put on psycho meds and she was slobbing like a kid i saw dope up on the psycho meds. We all know this was more than likely about money and insurance. No dough then you go to the door. People have lost their humanity. In this country now you are fined if you feed the homeless , you can through people out on the street have naked and not all the way there mentally . Like my grandmother taught me watch how you treat people you never know you might been in their shoes one day.

    • mary in ND says:

      ‘People have lost their humanity’……Deon, THAT is the commie agenda front and center…….Your grandmother is right on…..do unto others as you would have them do unto you……

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