When Aimee Dunn heard that a patient died alone in the waiting room of a Fredericton emergency department, less than four months after she lost her infant in the same ER, she felt grief and rage all over again.
“My baby looked perfect,” said Dunn, who had to be delivered of a stillborn girl by C-section on March 23 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital.
“They promised to do better. Now someone else is dead.”
At the heart of Dunn’s pain is why it took 12 hours for anyone to check on the health of her baby.
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