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Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, Director / Lack of service and communication

1 1000 Locust StreetReno, NV, United States Review updated:
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V A Cuts & Runs On Lady Vets

How about this story Retired General Eric K. Shenseki? If throwing your neighbors, staff, customers, clients, friends, lover, partner, community, veteran, or wife under the wheels of the bus is right, I am scared to know what wrong is.

Heck of A Way You Treat A Sick Veteran Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch

Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, director of the Reno, Nevada located Ioannis A. Lougaris VA Medical Center, why your no direct interaction with veterans?

VA's Mission

"To care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan." - Abraham Lincoln

What's wrong with this current Mission of the VA? Why where are the women in this current VA Mission?! The VA clearly has in its current mission statement only men so that explains why women vets keep getting shafted. That current mission of the VA is now plain wrong in its exclusion of woman in its him and his pronouns. To care for those who shall have borne the battle and for their widow and their orphan includes women.

VA Care for U.S. Military Female Veterans Still Lacking - TIME

All a veteran should have to do is one battle, and then someone else should carry his or her paid load from there. That’s childish and unrealistic I’m told. http://www.reno.va.gov/about/leadership.asp
Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, director of the Reno Veterans Medical Center http://www.reno.va.gov/about/index.asp, I’m still waiting for a response and apology to my complaint about the Reno Veterans Medical Center police chief pulling a gun on me, that severely frightened me, refusing to see my VA id and forcing me to move my car from the patient parking since as he phrased it: “You’re not a veteran. This’ for our veterans. Our veterans are old alcoholic men. Now go park somewhere else.” That made me late for my Women’s Clinic appointment there with Zola Ferguson. Tell me, Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, director of the Reno Veterans Medical Center, how is it the VA police chief does not know the medical center he works at has a Women’s Health Clinic or that there are women veterans?

Why does the director of the Reno Veterans Medical Center, you Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch CCCCCC, have, and strictly follow, a Really-Stupid-Policy of no direct interaction with veterans? Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch refuses to meet face-to-face with veterans. Why? How does that serve and honor me the veteran? Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch refuses to talk on the phone with a veteran. Why? How does that serve and honor me the veteran? Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch refuses to answer veteran’s letters. Why? How does that serve and honor me the veteran? Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch refuses to e-mail with a veteran. Why? How does that serve and honor me the veteran? Isn’t helping me the veteran your job Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, director of the Reno Veterans Medical Center?

That all is major immature, un-American, unprofessional, unpatriotic, intolerant, arrogant, disrespectful, and foolishly stupid very bad choices. Why? How does that serve and honor me the veteran? As a veteran, I find Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch’s policy highly offensive to me as it is deliberate malicious interference with my civil rights. Not surprising considering Head-Up-His-### Dr Kurt as their leader and example, these un-American low-life attempts to stifle veteran’s and veteran’s family and friend’s civil rights occur with far too often miserable regularity throughout the Reno Veterans Medical Center. Well Reno Veterans Medical Center director, one Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch.

I guess here is where I’m gonna have to tell you why I want to meet with you since you’ve so proudly, thoroughly and disdainfully blocked all other communication channels to you. Isn’t helping me the veteran your job Dr. Kurt W. Schlegelmilch, director of the Reno Veterans Medical Center?

1.WHERE’S THE FEMALE VET’S BED ATTIRE?

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  • Ma
      23rd of Sep, 2010
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