KHN | One Ambulance Ride Leads to Another When Packed Hospitals Cannot Handle Non-Covid Patients
From Kaiser Health News on January 11
Keely Connolly thought she would be safe once the ambulance arrived at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center in Kansas.
She was having difficulty breathing because she’d had to miss a kidney dialysis treatment a few days earlier for lack of child care. Her potassium was dangerously high, putting her at risk of a heart attack. But she trusted she would be fine once she was admitted and dialysis was begun.