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Below is a comment from "randommadness" on my entry about our company clinic:

"Your blog is not new to me una dahil - taga PS ako! hehehe and ignoramus na lang talaga yung di nakakabasa ng pambihirang blog mo na to :) I love your style in writing I also write stuffs but I enjoy your no-nonsense style. Anyways, just want to share a story regarding our incompetent clinic staff - I have a friend who had her shortness of breath misdiagnosed as fatigue lang.And they gave her some med w/o asking her anything (yung SOP na tanungan portion etc pag check up) and turned out that she was allergic to that medicine.She was hospitalized for a week sa MMC and almost lost her life to the allergic reaction dun sa gamot. Buhay pa naman siya (thank God!) pero nakakainis lang at nakakapanic na dahil sa kaengotan ng mga tao e pwedeng ika-tigok ng sinuman sa tin. Kaya ako? Nuncang magpa-check at humingi ng gamot sa clinic! Baka mamaya expired na gamot pa ang mabigay sa kin deva? On a serious note PS should look into these reports about "the clinic" (pwedeng title ng horror movie totoo lang). I hope na di mangyari na may machugi na agent bago sila kumilos. We also need your help Bookie para naman thru this blog e makalampag mo kahit pano ang PS. Thanks! :)"

I have never assumed that my blog is able to generate enough noise that management would need to take action, but right now, if this comment is indeed true, i'm kinda wishing that I did have that kind of influence.

If HR is reading this, who can we talk to about this???

Scary.

Posted by callboi 08:38 Archived in Philippines Tagged gay_travel

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by john_lloyd

hi,

Can you provide details regarding your experience with our company clinic - date and time of the inciden, name of doctor, and name of employee/s involved/witnesses. We need to inform the concerned department regarding this.

Thanks,
Liezel

by Liezel

sir bookie..

i believe the person who write this entry, kasi, when i was in training, sumama pakiramdam ko,medyo nagkasinat ako and nahilo, and god bless them,they gave me paracetamol without asking if im allergic to it, good thing nasabi ko sya right before ko inumin at matuluyang mamaga muka ko because of allergy, nasabi ko na allergic ako..

kya good luck sa mga magpapcheck up..
pag may concerns kayo regarding the med that they give,sabihin nyo agad..

smiles.. :)
happy weekdays..

by shallet

Buquir ayan na nakarating na sa HR ung concern regarding our company clinic hihihi Si Liezel is one of our HR folks :p iba talaga power ng blog mo friend :)

by missindia

@Liezl: Thank you thank you!

by callboi

i think that HR should think on how to better our medical services than pushing for the "paid" blood typing activity they have scheduled this week! mas mahalaga ang emergency ngayon kesa sa sinasabi nilang (HR) mahalaga rin ang alam mo ang Blood Type mo.

if Liezel would take time to work on this case, I think it's time to bring this attention to our HR head in Cebu. tried and tested na siya. besides, our AVP for HR is in India right now taking care of other more important things than the welfare of our employees.

sorry for the angsts. HR na naman kase usapan e.

by fulibooked

Speaking of health, I am also from PS and let me just tell you that one of the main reasons why I stayed is because of our health card. But recently since the new rules and regulations concerning our health card changed, I am now thinking of resigning because I find the health card useless. We can't go to a good hospital for emergency in the middle of the night because our card is only clinic based and they open mostly at 8:00am. And if there is an accredited hospital, Only God knows where those are located. Good thing I had my husband's health card which was a relief because if not, we would have spent P6,000 outright and God knows only how much we can get reimbursed for that if we used PS's card. This may just be a small amount to some but for some, this is already big and may not have that in their pockets outright, moreso in the middle of the night! I think PS should think about this and not be too tight when it comes to their employees' health. I don't think anyone wants to get sick but because we're only HUMAN, we are prone to get sick one way or the other. Especially when you work night shifts, people are prone to more sickness. I hope they think twice about this. It's really a disappointment for a lot of us working in the company.

by disappointed

ONe time, sumama ang pakiramdam ko... I asked the guard on duty nung mga madaling=-araw na yun kasi alang nurse sa klinika.. . tanong ko "meron po ba kayong biogesic or bioflu??? may lagnat po kasi ako." ang sagot ni manong guard: " eto diatabs lang ang meron".... nakanaman ng!!!!! ano akala mo sa sakit ko?????...... lagnat = diarrhea???? tandaan, pag walang knowleged, alang power.......

by pingilito

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