January 17, 2013. Time: 23:51 Highline Medical Center, Main Campus, 16251 Sylvester Rd, SW, Burien WA 98166.I was processed into one of the Emergency Department cubicles. Immediately behind the screen I suffered a bout of breathlessness, collapsing to the floor. As I gasped and squirmed on the tiles, the female nurse used the toe of her foot to prod my body toward the table, all the while shouting at me like a jack-booted Gestapo to get upon the slab. Twisting, and crawling I arrived at a point on the floor where I could intake some breaths. All the while the female attendant ranted like a gas furnace Bouncer for me to get up and lay on the table. The female used her arms to block the male assistant from helping me rise. Finally I was able to rotate my body to position my knees under my trunk; straining, and breathless I rose to my feet and groveled until I lie on the exam table. Blood samples and x-rays were taken. I informed the ER personnel of my plan to purchase a car and drive east to eventually settle in the state of Alabama. The ER doctor wrote me two prescriptions for pills---and discharged me. Outside, in the frigid air I moved as if in shock from the last few minutes. My experience in Highline Hospital was nightmarish.
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