|The tank is located behind this local business...|
The complex of tunnels terminates in the hospital, on one end, and this clinic on another. They were designed to provide the physicians of this clinic access to the hospital when emergencies required them, and time would be of the essence.
- Bathe once daily. Thoroughly and diligently.
- Wash your hands after being out in public, especially when handling things that children may have handled. Children are more at risk for exposure, but due to stronger immune systems, they are less at risk of contracting the disease.
- Do not go out of the house when you're sick. When you're sick, your immune system is already compromised, so going into an area, such as a grocery store, and bumping into someone whom has MRSA places your liklihood of catching it very high.
I spent a very long time trying to locate either of those docs, TV and EB, to no avail. I even made a formal request for my in-patient records from the hospital for the day when Dr TV had acquiesced and taken me, via the tunnels, to the ward I was most familiar with in the hospital. The reason this was signifigant is, according to a friend whom works there, I assaulted Dr TV with a chair while on that ward that day, and the hospital called a "code white", which involves law-enforcement. But there is not one record of that, or Drs EB or TV. And they were never the heads of the company whom ran the IM contract. I even kept one of the prescriptions that Dr TV wrote for my discharge, only throwing it out a year ago, having come to accept that most people do not believe me, or just do not care.
After a number of years, I have come to realize that nobody, not even members of my family, is going to admit that this ward exists. Once, when I had to get a state ID, the examiner acknowledged that the tank exists. She is the one who told me that there are quite a few of them, dozens, in this state alone. But she was the only one whom ever acknowledged that MRSA has evolved more quickly, and far more devastatingly, than anyone is telling us.