The father of a US Army veteran on Friday tweeted photos of an "unhealthy and disrespectful" investigation room that his son had to use during treatment for an ankle injury sustained in Iraq, KSL
reported on Twitter At the Veterans Affairs clinic in Salt Lake City, an overflowing trash can and dirty bowls in a sink seem to show. The photos were reportedly taken on April 5.
"I thought they would say, 'Oh, this room is not clean' and takes me somewhere else, but they just shut it over, did not recognize it," Christopher Wilson, one Veteran of the Iraq war, who served six years in the army, told the station. "They are doctors, right? I think one of them would say" Let's go somewhere else "or" Give us a minute to clean it, but nothing. "
Dr Karen Gribbin, head of the health center of George E. Elections Veterans Affairs Department said on Saturday that Wilson should not have been in the room, saying that the rooms should be cleaned in front of each patient and calling for one Investigation.
Gribbin told the news station that she was talking to the veteran and apologizing, saying in general, "We have received very high patient satisfaction ratings in our facility."
She told the ward that she thanked Wilson for doing so that he brought the matter to her.
"I do not want a veteran to know that. "She told the station."