About two weeks ago I wrote a blog post article about how I became sick with the flu in Dickinson, North Dakota. Later, I became more and more sick, and then my flu turned into pneumonia.
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that can be caused by a virus, bacteria, or chemicals. If not treated, pneumonia can be fatal.
I have lived in Dickinson, North Dakota for about seven years now, and there is no health care in Dickinson, North Dakota. In the past when I became sick in Dickinson, I looked in the phone book for general family practice or specialty practice physicians in Dickinson, and when I called I was told the next available appointment was several weeks out.
When I discovered a carcinoma, a quickly spreading type of skin cancer on my back about a year ago, I found that there are no dermatologists in Dickinson. When I called dermatologist offices in the state capital of Bismarck, I was told the next available appointment was six months away. I had to drive two states away to Idaho in order to see a dermatologist within a week.
When I have gone to the Sanford Health walk-in clinic in Dickinson, the medication that I was prescribed was extremely expensive and not effective at all. The Sanford Health physicians in Dickinson are “locum tenens”, temporary short-term staff from out-of-state. The comment was made to me about getting evaluated more thoroughly when I saw my “primary care physician”. I was thinking, what the fuck, this is all the health care I have or am going to get, what the hell are you talking about “primary care physician”, this is Dickinson, this is all the health care I am going to get.
The Catholics in Dickinson managed to dupe everyone into having an enormous temple monument constructed under the pretense that it was going to be a hospital. The St. Alexius Hospital in Dickinson is an empty shell. Another part of this sham is that the Catholics use it as a job program for Catholics, hiring Catholics to fill positions that they are not qualified for, have no training in, have no experience in, or are not suited for. Here, go and read the Google reviews for yourself using this link https://www.google.com/search?q=st.+alexius+hospital+in+dickinson+north+dakota&rlz=1C1AVFC_enUS746US746&oq=st.+&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0j35i39l2j0j69i61l3.4393j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#lrd=0x532622aa671dece1:0x121509f55e2f6d1d,1,,,
Now, when I become very, very sick, I have to decide whether I would rather die, or do I want to go to the St. Alexius Hospital in Dickinson and be mistreated, or go to Sanford Health and be given a prescription for Tang orange flavor instant breakfast drink.
Faced with death, as a last resort, I went to a farm & ranch store in Dickinson, and I bought some amoxicillin antibiotic for fish, “Fish Mox”, and I began taking it.
Dickinson is worse than a third-world country. In South America, Central America, or Mexico, I could have gotten more help and better health care.