Upon first interview with the then enamored nurse it was very apparent to those with a half a brain that this person had what it took to be a real nurse. What can that be a real nurse? The transition into today’s automated, robotic, milieu of dollars and cents from a caring and concerned foundation of yesteryear does not go easy for real nurses. Nurse Trujillo represents the true meaning of, “No good deed goes unpunished.” By the time the system got done with her, and she openly told the world, many experienced nurses would come to realize that nursing, as we know it, is dead. At least in Arizona. Objectively one could easily argue that a statement as profound as that can not be concluded from just one case. This page is loaded with many cases, and unfortunately not a single nurse, except Nurse Trujillo would allow her name to be openly used. The behind the facade of the seemingly public safety agency lies the miserable right wing of extremism of greed and power. In a town that supports big pricks like Arpaio you’ll not only get massive perjured events but unprecedented collisions driven by greed. Amanda Trujillo, R.N. was able to make this clear with her wonderful literary style of honesty. It was so cool viewing so many modern day over educated chameleons defending a corrupted agency when in fact there was many more Nurse Trujillos turned into zombies by this automated establishment. How can this be cool? Its when the whole room knows the truth and the witnesses are lying that stirs up that emotion well known to accompany the truth.
Thanks to all this political punishment the U.S. is left with the worse quality health care rating in the industrialized world. Can it be said that these nurse abuse cases represent the fall of safety which is now staring us all in the face? It is merely one aspect in combination with greed that is killing us. Those who place faith in this system will eventually find out they are no longer part of the great Kingdom that potentially exists. And some will lose their lives, and the lives of loved ones due to medical error, and not have a clue that the dose of Vanco was three times what it should have been. Not possible? Every hour 2 people die in the state of Arizona due to undocumented medical errors. Key word, ‘undocumented.’ Die with that. We don’t remember the AZBN bad tactics as much as remembering their silence in the damages to our loved ones. Nurse Trujillo is just one of the many loved ones.