A whistle-blower in Hawkes Bay recently spoke to Alex Spence from the New Zealand Herald about significant issues with the Radiology Department in Hawkes Bay Hospital
The Herald will continue reporting on the impact of the staffing crisis in New Zealand’s hospitals and we need your help. Do you have information on this topic? Have you or someone you know missed out on treatment because of these problems? Are you a hospital employee working under difficult conditions? Do you have documents that can help us shed light on these issues?
We want to speak to as many people as possible who have experience in the system, to ensure our reporting is thorough and accurate. You can reach the Investigations Editor Alex Spence by email ([email protected]), secure Signal messaging (0272358834), or post (The New Zealand Herald, Private Bag 92198, Victoria St West, Auckland CBD 1142). We can’t reply to all submissions because of the volume we receive. We will not publish your name or identify you as a source unless you want us to.
NZDSOS’s response to this request for information about the staffing crisis.
We have read your article about the whistleblower radiologist in Hawkes Bay and the comment at the bottom regarding continuing to report on the impact of the staffing crisis in NZ’s hospitals.
Below is what we know from healthcare workers speaking to us.
We have had numerous healthcare workers email us with their stories. Please have a look through our Truth Project Posts which are regularly updated and kept entirely anonymous, if you want to get some idea of what is being reported to us.
The staffing crisis predated the pandemic but due to vaccine mandates, it has been badly exacerbated. A significant number of staff (particularly midwives and nurses) left their roles rather than be injected. A portion of those who submitted to the injections (either willingly or under duress) have been injured and are now unable to work, including General Practitioners and other specialists. This crisis – of mandated-out workers and sickness among the injected – is affecting the ambulance service as well.
In addition to the reduced number of healthy and able staff, there has been a significant increase in the workload due to adverse events from the injections. Members of the public are experiencing unprecedented rates of heart attacks, cardiac arrest, stroke, neurological conditions, premature labour, autoimmune conditions and other illnesses. The Herald itself has reported on the all-time high mortality rates, numerous ‘died suddenlies’ and its death notices are full of ” taken too soon”, and “sudden and unexpected”. Cancers – especially widespread, late stage – perhaps due to the immune suppressive nature of the vaccine are now impacting our hospitals and health services. The need for treatment of these people is putting our health system into crisis mode.
Because the underlying cause of these conditions shall not be mentioned, appropriate research into how best to manage the illnesses is not taking place. The doctors are not aware of, or are unable to talk about, what they are treating and so patients are not getting proper care. The health (sick care) system appears to be collapsing and may soon be irretrievably broken. Although an acute disaster in the short term, this may offer a golden opportunity to rebuild from the ground up, with a focus on health and prevention rather than mainly corporate pharmaceuticals.
The team at NZDSOS