[Nfbc-info] Procedure

Nancy Lynn freespirit.stl at att.net
Mon Sep 21 03:21:30 UTC 2015

Do you have a friend who can pick you up? This isn't blindness related as 
they want all surgery patients to have someone drive them home who will be 
responsible in case something happens. Actually, I was told to have someone 
stay with me the night of minor surgeries like you'll probably have. I mean, 
I'm assuming it's minor as you'll be going home the same day. This has to do 
with possible reactions to anesthesia. For your own safety, please follow 
their instructions.

Live the life you want!
-----Original Message----- 
From: Rob Kaiser via Nfbc-info
Sent: Sunday, September 20, 2015 9:00 PM
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Cc: Rob Kaiser
Subject: [Nfbc-info] Procedure

Good evening all: Tomorrow afternoon I am having an eppadurral done @ a 
surgery center here in Victorville. When they asked me if someone will be 
driving me home, I told them that I would be using pera transit. They told 
me that since pera transit is not a medical transport system, they won’t 
allow that. The center is 2 miles away, & a taxi costs $20 to go 2 miles. Is 
there anyway around this issue?

Rob Kaiser
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