are you ever going to change the overseas policy. I was England Dec 1981 to 1984 .I am Rhneg
Hello, I wanted to share my story with your company. I have been a loyal donor for over 10 years at your Pensacola office, until about a week ago. Since the companies changes in taking vitals while standing up, this has posed a problem for me. This has been in regards of my pulse rate being too high and not being able to donate. I sought medical attention because I thought maybe I had a medical problem and was told that I did not. However, I was told that standing for me does make a difference in my pulse rate. At my next visit, I shared this information with the manager on staff (who I was not familiar with). I asked if I failed again, if I could have my vitals taken while sitting. I was told that this was the company policy and if they did it for me, then they would have to do it for everyone else. So, I pose the question, Is this how we treat our loyal donors?? NL-Rhodes
I have been going to kedplasma Winston Salem for months had issues with staff member not appropriately talking professional to people that donate .over hearing the staff talk about the people coming in to donate .Rachett, n very unprofessional. Including management.If not for customers the would be no medcine to help people or nor staff. My blood pressure they say was high the second time I been I don't have high blood pressure. Then the same person took my pressure the second visit so I ask the young I was wanting to know can someone else take my pressure the African American women standing there says No I believe they were off setting my pressure. I never seen so unprofessional people my experience was a horror never in my life will I donate again to deal with people as them.And see people mistreated for helping others n a couple of Bucks.
My wife and I are regular donors at the Kedplasma center in Hattiesburg, MS. We understand that sometimes things take longer but lately it is becoming habitual. Our average visit lately is about 3 hours. Today we waited about an hour to get on the table to be stuck and then when we were on the floor Chrystal, the floor manager or whatever she is tole her workers that Fred was to work his section alone and told her other workers not to help him. As a result there were about 7 of us in his section that were ready to be dc'ed. Fred informed Chrystal 3 times that he needed help and none ever came until we flagged down the main manager and then he got help. Now I know that there are regulations about how many people should be monitoring donors in each section and I can't believe that 1 person should ever have to work it by himself. This center lets people go home early and then the donors pay for it. Either they need to hire more people or change how they manage donor but at this time it is bad for the people who make the money for Kedplasma. Without donors you would not be in business. We shouldn't have to wait for newer donors to all be stuck (before closing as they are rushing to close the center) before donors who are finished get dc'ed. We have been happy with donating to Kedplasma for as long as we have but today was ridiculous. Staff should also know who is next in the que at all parts of the procedures, people should be stuck and taken down in the correct order. Donors should not have to flag down managers down to get taken off the machines or for any other problems. The manager was apologetic but didn't act like it was a serious problem. Fred who was the worker in our section was working like a dog without help and was really frustrated that he couldn't get help from his supervisor and coworkers. We will continue to donate at this center but we don't know for how long if things continue like they are. If this were an isolated incident I probably wouldn't say anything but this is not the first time things like this have happened.
I've been donating in the Dothan center for about 2 months. I was ok until I was informed that the medical staff is very inexperienced. I am a respiratory therapist. I donate because plasma saved my niece. First complaint is that you have a basic EMT working on the medical staff. Please do your homework. In the state of Alabama he can on administer oxygen, and assess.This gentleman is starting IV'so on donors when they get sick. This is illegal. The next complaint is the inexperience nurses. A donor became really sick. Staff members had to help the caucasian nurse. Thank you Tammy for being at work that day. I've witnessed management talking rude to staff memberso Camille needs leadership training because she is clueless. Amanda needs to stop wearing tights as dress attire because it is so unprofessional. Overall the ladies on the donor floor are amazing and do a great job. They give that place life. I am filling a complaint with the Alabama compliance board that handles and does inspection for medical facilities.
Yes I don't know who you are but they are really bad management
The Mobile,Alabama center on Moffett Road has gotten so bad with the profanity and people coming in with their pants hanging down around their knees the employees stand there and entertain conversations with people cursing all the time I mean the mf's and bit##es has gotten me me wanting to stop going and the employees stand there and act like they dont hear it......one day im going to have on a recorder and record them diing that and send it directly to the CEO of Kedrion Bioplasma!!!!!!they had a meeting about that and its not better!
Does anybody ever review this page...........THE MOFFET ROAD CENTER IN ALABAMA US FULL OF VULGAR TALKING AND VULGAR CONVERSATION ENTERTAINING PEOPLE ITS TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!
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