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'Culture of complacency': DC veterans hospital plagued by problems despite claims of progress

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When are the politicians going to do something about this stuff? :unsure:

WASHINGTON — A broken refrigerator in the blood bank. Dirty syringe bottles. Critical staff and supply shortages that led to canceled procedures. Unsanitary equipment and rooms in disarray.

All were found in the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Washington nearly one year after VA leaders at all levels were warned of safety risks that required immediate action. https://www.stripes.com/culture-of-complacency-dc-veterans-hospital-plagued-by-problems-despite-claims-of-progress-1.520637


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