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This is the original problem from an employee...
During a Occupational Therapy treatment Therapist tells patient about her personal life. How awful her ex husband is and why she divorced him because she thinks he was having an affair etc etc..
This patient came into our facility for further treatment and told our therapist which was her ex husband what the other therapist his ex wife had said from the other rehab dept. This is not the first time how can this be addressed with her supervisor as inappropriate and unethical behavior to spend the patients time and medicare money listening to this trash it really needs to end.  
   
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Well first off start you should fire her. Because she don't pose to be doing that,that patient came to the doctors office to been seen not to here about some lady ex husband having an affair etc..
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