Partner in hospital for rehabilitation
My partner has been in hospital since may because of a seizure
I performed CPR i was visiting every day and his mother told a nurse how much i must love him but out of the blue sent me messages saying i harmed and tried to kill him !and caused a scene when i last saw him.since he has been in this hospital for rehabilitation ,when i arranged to visit with a friend of his she didn't turn up ,instead his family did and called out -you won't get in ! I've wrote to the hospital asking if they will allow me to visit outside of visiting hours.if they don't i don't know what to do ?
Harmed and tried to kill him HOW? How is saving his life killing him - que? What EXACTLY did she say?
Ditto for caused a scene?
Have you tried ringing the hospital Registrar or your GP to explain the untenable situation you've been forced into and seek their intervention on yours (and his) behalf?
The patient's wishes must be followed here. This friend either does not wish to see you or there is some kind of outside influence going on.
Every hospital has a social worker. Perhaps that person can hear your story and get information for you.
I have managed to see my partner twice at,the last hospital and the one he is in now although the first time i tried at this one a friend of his tricked me pretending she wanted to visit with me but didn't turn up,his family did instead and called out you won't get in ! But i have though as neither hospital have have turned me away.
I'm glad and relieved to hear neither have turned you away.
Did you manage to find out from your partner what all the strange drama was about?
My partner hasn't woken yet .i hope when he does that he doesn't believe them whatever that say to him.
Oh, I see, I didn't realise he wasn't conscious.
Have you taken mine and Susiedqq's advice re asking to see the hospital social worker or registrar or your own GP? So that you can safeguard against these strange people potentially making an attempt to poison his circumstantially vulnerable mind? If you haven't - do it, quick. Prevention is better than cure.
There's obviously history here. Is that right?