If you're local to Culver City and nearby areas, you've heard of Southern California Hospital. And you know that when you call 9-1-1, if that's the nearest hospital you can be transported to, they'll say "are you okay with that?" 🧵
SCH is notorious for leaks, mold issues, elevators that don't work, and other issues that no hospital should EVER have. Workers there recently told me they were exposed to COVID and not even notified until days, sometimes weeks, later.
This hospital is owned by a hedge fund. Do you think hedge funds are trained in caring for patients? Of course not. It's about profit. Healthcare shouldn't be about profit -- it should be a universal human right guaranteed to all for free, irrespective of income level.