A woman in California says a Long Beach hospital has her mother, who has it, in a taxi, and then hunted in the middle of the night where he lived outside of memory care. Costanza Zerbi, Alzheimer's, has left her mother's cognitive abilities with a small child and can not stop alone. 84-year-old Guardina Zerbi's security footage tells her to try to enter her care facility.
"It's really sad. I mean, this is my mom driving a year ago," Zerbi CBS said in Los Angeles. He said: "He took a son and dropped it to the street like in the middle of the night. It's absurd. It's a penalty."
At the Long Beach Medical Medical Center, the hospital said that she had said she had come out of the house and insisted that she had complied with all of the patient's discharge regu- lations.
Security footage shows that Savina will open the door at Regency Palmer's memory at home at 2:17 p.m., January 13. He will also see the parade, and the door will return more than once. he finally got it.
Costanza Zerbi said the hospital was aware that her mother had Alzheimer's disease and immediately warned her that she was discharged. His mother was warned to go to the hospital tonight. After four hoursThey told him that Savina would be admitted. Her daughter went home, and a few hours later she received a call from Regency Palms.
"My lucky mother did not leave or kidnap or hurt her," he said.
According to state records, state-controlled regulators have been found five years at the College Medical Center. To the hospital size – 121 beds – average annual deficiencies are not more than two, CBS LA reports. State officials have said what has happened to make an active study.
Costanza Zerbi's College Medical Center officials will meet with him to discuss the incident.
"I hope they are forgiven," he said.
Without a doubt, it is possible that the mother has insisted on going home, but the hospital is aware that Alzheimers and doctors have said that her mother does not have any conditions to decide on her own.