Not-So-Ready ReadyCare

For the past few days Kevin has been suffering through severe allergies. He was sneezing early on, but now he’s coughing and trying to cough up mucus. We kept Kevin home yesterday because we didn’t want the school to overreact, so Mrs. Earp took him to Temple’s ReadyCare facility.

The insurance provided by the city is top-notch. (It makes up for our pitiful salaries.) A few years ago, the city hooked up with Temple University’s ReadyCare system, and told us to always go there first before, say, to a hospital. Apparently it costs the city less to go to Temple, and for the most part, they were always very good.

Mrs. Earp brought Kevin to the local ReadyCare, signed in, and explained the problem. Immediately the intake nurse said, “If he’s coughing, he has Covid.”

The missus looked at her blankly, since not one doctor or nurse so much as approached Kevin, let alone examined him. The staff effectively told them to leave, and Mrs. Earp called me soon after. These people were lucky I was working, because I would have thrown a fit in that building.

Frustrated, Mrs. Earp decided to take Kevin to Holy Redeemer’s ReadyCare, and not only did they not shoo them away, they examined him and had him take a Chinese Wuhan Virus test, just in case. The doc believes it’s allergies, but they want to be sure.

Kevin will have to stay home for a few days until he gets the test results, but it’s better than dealing with the Temple people. I mean, if you cannot be professional, why would anyone trust you?

We will never, ever go to Temple ReadyCare again. Ever.

7 thoughts on “Not-So-Ready ReadyCare

  1. Kitty – The doctor at the good place said they have Chinese Wuhan Virus tests which take minutes to get results, but the bureaucracy won’t let them use it yet. I suspect they’ll be available on November 4th.

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  2. It would be such a shame if the American people truly knew how many citizens were affected or sick with Covid. That being said, my granddaughter was in intensive care for 5 days with Covid and it was touch and go for far too long.


  3. Mis. Hum. – I’ve had problems with cellulitis for years. Get a high fever – usually over 102 – and raised painful rashes on my legs. Went there last year and told the doc I just needed a script for amoxicillin because that conquers it quickly. Doc said no and demanded I go to the hospital. I know how my body reacts but he didn’t care. Ended up skipping the hospital and never went there again

    Ronni – We won’t know the numbers until after the election, because our betters don’t want us to know.

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