My sister, Patricia DeLorenze, client number, [protected], was hospitalized f March 17, 18, and 19, 2021. She has MS and it looked as though she had an episode. 911 was called and she was admitted to Winter Haven Hospital. The communication between the hospital and me was horrible. Not one nurse or doctor contacted me about my sister's actual diagnosis, which was a seizure, first time event for her. Upon discharge, I did curb-side pick-up. The nurse, Alexis, from floor 7, brought my sister to my vehicle. She handed me a Rx, which I brought into hospital pharmacy. I was handed a Rx for my sister. No one, dr., nurse, pharmacist, discussed with me what this new Rx was for nor was I told Patty had a seizure. She was in a brain fog, for example, didn't even know she was at a hospital. She was told the new Rx was anti-anxiety. At least that's what she understand in her fog-brained mind at the time. She took the meds for a few days then decided she didn't like the way they made her feel, so she stopped cold turkey. Yes, suddenly stopped taking this new medication, which in the long run I discovered was anti-seizure medicine. Hence, she had three more seizures and was readmitted to WH Hospital. She fell in her bathroom, bled, and bruised her body. Plus, as a bonus, she drove after being diagnosed with a seizure and put on anti-seizure medicine. It's against the law for she to be driving after that diagnosis. Whose fault would it have been if she caused an accident? I called the hospital the day of discharge to speak with Alexis and was told she would call me back. Today, nineteen days later, she never returned my call. My very strong concerns are why wasn't I ever informed of my sister's new diagnosis, as her health care proxy; who in their right professional mind thought it was ok to discharge she in her fog-brained condition, and finally, why weren't her PCP and her neurologist informed she was hospitalized? It was embarrassing for both of those doctors when I took my sister for follow-up appointments. I can reached at [protected]. My name is Linda Howard. I look forward to a follow-up discussion.