A public hospital in Michigan is facing lawsuits citing alleged improper behaviour by managers and staff. In a suit filed in Genesee County Circuit Court by a Hurley Medical Center nurse, Tonya Battle, it is claimed that nursing staff at the hospital refused to allow her to treat an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit because she is an African American. Battle’s suit claims that she was working in the unit and caring for a newborn on October 31, 2012, when the baby’s father asked to speak to her supervisor.
Michigan lawsuit charges hospital refused to allow African-Americans to treat white patient
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