If your hospital is affiliated with a Catholic health system, the answer may be “no.”
This is the third post in an ongoing series. You can read the other installments HERE.
When you go to a hospital, you have a reasonable expectation that you’ll receive the care you need — whoever you are, whatever your circumstances. After all, there’s a reason there are medical protocols in hospitals. If you’re having a stroke, for example, there are guidelines that tell doctors how quickly they need to act for certain procedures to be effective.
If you find yourself in a Catholic hospital, however, your providers may not be following the same guidelines as those at a secular hospital.…