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Hospital investigates after mom claims staff ignored sick baby

December 4, 2018 Health 0 Views Pictures show 1 0-month-old Dolcie-Rae who suffer from foot and foot and mouth disease…

A mother claims she had to wait 24 hours in the emergency room while her 10 month old baby suffers from foot and foot and mouth disease.

Chelsea Clarke, 21, said she was treated poorly by A & E employees after taking her baby, Dolcie-Rae, to the hospital at extremely high temperatures.

The mother said that her daughter developed a rash that covered her entire body while in the waiting room at Basildon’s Hospital on November 24th.

“She had rashes on all parts of her body. She had ejection in her ears and eyes,” said Clarke, of Laindon.

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The young mother was told that her daughter had hand, foot-and-mouth disease and sent home that night with medicine.

Clarke took her daughter back to the hospital at around 6 pm The following day after Dolcie-Rae showed no sign of improvement.

“We were essentially A & E outside of the X-ray because she was contagious,” she said. “Dolcie had not drunk anything or eaten all day. She had no wet diapers and they did not seem to worry.”

Dolcie-Raes mother claims that they were left by staff waiting 24 hours when the rash spread over her daughter’s body.

(SWNS)

Clarke also claims that a nurse laughed when she said that Dolcie had only drank two ounces of water that day.

The mother said she was upset by how she was treated by A & E staff.

Clarke and her daughter were waiting in the emergency room overnight before her daughter was taken to Puffin Ward at around 2:30 on November 26th.

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“I really do not like to let a mom wait for a baby less than a year old for so many hours overnight is acceptable, “said Clarke.

Dolcie-Rae stayed at the department overnight and was released on November 27th and is recovering at home.

“The hospital apologized, but it should have come from them, Says Clarke.” It should have come from the nurses. “

Doclie-Rae has since been released to recover at home.

(SWNS)

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