~Manila ThomasAlleged Ryane Olvia…. A nurse at at rapid city regional has been sending videos on her cell phone which was then posted by an unknown member on facebook . Later the next day Ryane Olvia is alleged of sending a photo of herself to a 15 year old indigenous girl.
‘The Rapid City Rush take game 5 getting the 7-4 win over the … A nurse named Ryan Oliva who works in Rapid Regional Hospital. …. Silver City, SD: 14.5″.
Black Hills FOX News
Perhaps the many indigenous “Oyate” peoples of South Dakota should be very concerned if in fact this kind of HATE and RACISM maybe employed within the medical facilities that which are entrusted for the healthy welfare and care of our Elders , Children and Families.
Sttpml.org Has attempted to contact Rapid City Regional Hospital Patient Relations and encourages others to do so.
353 Fairmont Blvd.
Rapid City, SD 57701 Mailing Address
P.O. Box 6000
Rapid City, SD 57709 Switchboard
(605) 755-1000 Rapid City Regional Hospital Patient Relations
(Complaints or Compliments)
(605) 755-5510 Public Relations
(605) 755-9100 E-Mail to Webmaster
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racist nurse has been fired…. still can report her to the SD Nursing Board tho to get her license revoked
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|Rapid City Regional Hospital Terminates Employee for Racist Comments in Social Media Video|
|Regional Health Asking Community Join in Solidarity Gathering
RAPID CITY, SD – A Rapid City Regional Hospital employee has been terminated for making extremely derogatory, racist comments targeting Native Americans and African Americans posted on a private social media account. Regional Health became aware of a video, filmed outside of the workplace, yesterday afternoon.
“Regional Health has a zero tolerance policy regarding this type of behavior by its caregivers inside or outside the workplace. We will not stand for any type of racism or bigotry on the part of our caregivers or physicians. We take this type of behavior very seriously and the employee has been terminated, as it clearly violates the Regional Health Code of Conduct,” said Brent Phillips, President and CEO of Regional Health. “I believe the actions by this individual are an exception to the thoughts and behaviors of Regional Health caregivers. Our caregivers are upset by it. Let me be clear, Regional Health’s purpose is to help all of our patients and communities live well. We are focused on providing quality, compassionate care to all of our patients.”
In a show of community solidarity, Regional Health invites Native American, African American and Rapid City leaders, and all community members, to join Regional Health caregivers at noon tomorrow, Tuesday, May 12, in front of Rapid City Regional Hospital.
“Together, we will show we are stronger when we stand together and there is no place for racism or bigotry anywhere in our great state,” Phillips said.