OSF will have to pay for their abandonment of Haitian kids.
OSF’s negligence towards Heurese and many others like her is immoral.
The Catholic Bishops and local business leaders will not be the answer here. They are all using each other.
And the poor relatives of the Haitians involved have no say so at all. They don’t have condos in south Florida and can barely feed themselves.
My guess is that the economy will take OSF down. Business deals won’t go as planned and loans will be harder to pay off. OSF’s business friends will leave them and union workers will have preferred providers elsewhere.
Even the Peoria Journal Star will leave OSF's side.
OSF has driven away good physicians to other areas of the country as OSF has controlled our local medical market but forgotten why they were founded. Individual patient care and care for the community are not OSF’s priorities, no matter what OSF says in their advertisements.
OSF is very misleading. I was mislead for two decades.
Power, money, and corruption are driving forces at OSF in Peoria. There is an intricate web of deception in place here.
OSF’s administrators Keith Steffen and Paul Kramer need to go. But will they? Probably not as long as they make money for OSF. But if they make a bad business deal, they are gone. The Catholics have put them up to be their fall guys, and when they fall, they will fall hard.
OSF is managed by hypocrites.
I think the Sisters should sell while they can. They had to sell their HealthPlans to Humana. Time is a wastin'.