Aiken Regional Medical Centers — crisis stabilization unit - aurora
The following employees of Aiken Regional Medical Centers:
- Lisa Bartlett, RN
- Edward Gosselin, MD
- Allied Universal Officers
and the following transporting Deputy from Aiken County Sheriff's Office:
- Taylor MacKinnel
willingly and willfully participated in discrediting an anxious non-emergency patient in Crisis Stabilization Unit (Aurora) to prevent that patient from filing an EOO/ADA charge against that patient's ex-employer on behalf of an individual with HIV/AIDS, Brian Stanton, who was discriminated against by his direct supervisor, James Victor.
Lisa Bartlett and Allied Universal Officers have deliberately utilized the following statements:
"He shoots. His sons shoot."
"Would shoot you for a dollar."
"Apples taste better on this side of the table."
"Honey, we can keep you safe here, but only here!"
"...they got a Stanton problem..."
to induce fear and an overwhelming acute panic attack that caused that patient to cause harm to that patient's self and could have caused harm to others. They had absolutely no respect for that patient's privacy and partially released that patient's PHI to that patient's ex-employer, as well as, ex-employer's hired private investigators to further bully and intimidate that patient. By doing so, they furthered punished Brian Stanton, HIV/AIDS victim, who worked at Nandina Home & Design in Aiken, SC, as a furniture and drapes installer.
Lisa Bartlett, Edward Gosselin, Allied Universal Officers, and Deputy Taylor MacKinnel did not care for Brian Stanton or safety of that patient or other people who could have been hurt due to overwhelming anxiety induced by them. Unfortunately for them, the dedicated examiners at a different facility came forward, explained to that patient how Aiken Regional Medical Centers abused that patient, and became willing to defend that patient in court.