"Only Adequate Healthcare" from Dr.A. Cantu-Part 2 of ?

Blast Zone No. 116
Set Up On: Sunday, February 4, 2018
Category: Corrections, Prison Staff
Current Prison Location:
20772 Ballston Road
Sheridan , Oregon 97378
"Only Adequate Healthcare" from Dr.A. Cantu-Part 2 of ?
Part 2 of ?. Another source (a Vietnam veteran who lost on eye), wanting to contribute on the problems experienced with health care at this facility, spoke of his being taken off medication that was prescribed and paid for by the VA. He served his country and such benefits are his right as well. The vet filed two complaints with HSA Weber. Our vet was told that because he had been on record saying that he never wants to see or speak to Cantu again, then he can't get medical care until he is designated and shipped off to another prison location. The vet uses the canteen for most of his medications except, of course, he cannot get his meds which require regular prescriptions. He needs blood pressure meds. After 30 months at FDC Sheridan, our vet says that Cantu . . ."does not handle his job with any professional etiquette what-so-ever."

Dave Fox was in the FDI at Sheridan. He could not get lipid medications for his triglycerides after Cantu said, "Do you mind a pain in the ass every once in a while?" Cantu had no problem accenting this remark by further commenting that sometimes guys are locked up around guys like a pain in the ass once in awhile. David told Cantu, "fuck you m*****fucker, I'm not a fag and I'm not going to tolerate that!" Cantu considered Dave storming out of his office to be a refusal for services. After Dave complained elsewhere, he finally got his meds. After this incident, Cantu failed to treat a raging herpes outbreak. Despite how embarrassing that might make some people, it didn't stop Dave from suggesting that his name be used in this article by saying, "You can use my full name, I don't give a fuck!"

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