Hospital, Health Organization, Doctors, Catholic Church
Can you tell us in what way these are NOT all the same?
"St. Thomas More Hospital, a not-for-profit 55-bed acute care facility, is the cornerstone of health care services for Fremont County and surrounding communities. The St. Thomas More Physician Group features The Medical Home, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology services, general surgery, orthopedic surgery and osteopathic treatment. Hospital services include 24-hour emergency and trauma services with five physicians who are board certified in emergency medicine, inpatient acute care, Intensive Care Unit, The Birth Center, diagnostic imaging, surgical services, rehabilitation services, sleep disorder center and community blood bank. St. Thomas More was rated five stars for joint replacement and among the top 15% in the nation for total joint replacement by HealthGrades® from 2008 to 2010. St. Thomas More Hospital is supported by Centura Health, Colorado's largest hospital and health care network, and therefore has a direct connection to advanced services and specialties provided throughout the state"
from original link;
"Stodghill, left behind to
raise their then-2-year-old daughter alone, sued the hospital and its
owner, Catholic Health Initiatives, for the wrongful deaths of all
After about two years of
litigation, defense attorneys for the hospital and doctors entered an
argument that shocked the widower."
What I see are some misconceptions deliberately wrought by CNN.
" (CNN) -- Life begins at conception, according to the
Catholic Church, but in a wrongful death suit in Colorado, a Catholic
health care company has argued just the opposite."
In fact, here's the part CNN seems to be missing before jumping to a conclusion which forum lemmings have latched onto.
"Representatives of the Catholic bishops of Colorado declined to comment
on the legal proceedings, but said they will review the litigation and
Catholic Health Initiatives' practices "to ensure fidelity and faithful
witness to the teachings of the Catholic Church.""
Even a cursory reading shows the Catholic church is concerned about the possible apostasy of doctrine used by the health organization and some involved doctors. Are all these doctors Catholic? Are any of them Catholic?
This is just a big pile of CNN Liberal hooey being tossed at the Catholic church.
PS - I'm not a Catholic.
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