This is a story of two sisters.
One of them is a professional doctor, the other a nursing home nurse.
Both of them are in a nursing homes home, but they have not seen each other for years.
They have had regular visits to their sister’s home, as well as visits from their doctors.
Each time, they have asked each other if they can see her for medical care.
Both sisters said they wanted to get the care they need for their health, but their doctors told them that the costs of their visits would be too high.
“We had tried everything.
Even going for regular visits, we have not been able to get a good medical result from them,” said the sister of the younger sister.”
Why?” the sister asked.”
They are not qualified to get you medical care,” she said.”
Are you saying that I am not qualified for getting medical care?” asked the sister.
The younger sister said that she and her sister are both registered nurses, but that she does not get any regular medical care at home.
“I can go to the doctor and tell them that I need urgent medical treatment, but I am still not getting any results from them.
So, I do not want to get anything from them either,” she explained.
The younger sister also said that when she goes to her sister’s house for regular medical check-ups, the nurses do not take her in for an appointment.
She also said they do not talk to her family members about her health problems, and they do all the medical checkups themselves.
“They do not even tell me that they do check-up with my family members,” she added.
The sister of another sister said, “We do not have any doctors at our home.
We are in need of someone who can get us an appointment.”
“Why do you need to go to a hospital?” asked her sister.
“What if the hospital does not take us in?” she said, as she was referring to the situation at her sister and sister’s nursing home.
A senior nurse at a private nursing home in New Delhi told The Hindu, “You can be admitted to a nursing facility only if you have a case of respiratory distress or a medical emergency.
The home will not take you in if you do not qualify for a medical stay.”
A senior nursing home resident in New Dehli, a city in Rajasthan, said, “[A] nursing home can only take you for an urgent medical assessment if you are a resident of the home.
I do my own tests and have seen that I can get the needed tests.
But, if I do it for my sister, I am in trouble.
It is my sister who has been in the nursing home for a long time.
I am going to get an appointment with my sister.”
The nurse added, “The home has a policy that they are not going to take care of anyone who is not a resident.
I have tried to find a doctor who can give me an appointment, but he does not work at my home.
Even though the nurse was admitted to the nursing facility for treatment of respiratory disturbance, she was not admitted for treatment.”
The nursing home doctor, however, was not available to talk to The Hindu.
“It is our policy not to take residents for treatment in our nursing home,” said Dr Rajesh Kapoor, director of home services at the home, in an email response to questions.
“A resident of our home is considered to be a resident, and is not allowed to be admitted for a private medical check up, however a resident is allowed to attend a private clinic and get the necessary tests.
This policy is also applicable to other residents of the nursing homes as well.””
I have never seen anyone being admitted for an exam,” said another resident, who asked not to be named.
“If we do not get the required tests, the resident is still not allowed into the home,” he added.
“There is no policy that we can provide an appointment to a resident for a test.
We do not do this.
If we have an urgent emergency, we call the hospital.”