Jason, thank you.   It already is!   My experience at Tufts Medical Center taught me I do not matter in this world.  So far NO ONE GIVES A SHIT!  Tufts medical center, its administrators and ER department LIED, DISCRIMINATED and did HARM.  And our healthcare system said that was okay, we don’t believe a physician who practiced emergency medicine for almost 20 years and we don’t believe her friends—why would Tufts discriminate they ask?  I don’t know but their history show a pattern.  Tufts Medical Center cleverly applied the LABELS.   My story is not RELEVANT. I am IRRELEVANT in our healthcare system and in this COUNTRY.
Do you know what that does to a person?   Black people, we grin and bear it.
It is worse than Nazi-Germany because it is not a CLEAR REJECTION!

I did not quite put it all together immediately; emotionality does not lend itself to easy comprehension by others.   Anyway, malpractice is only pursuable in cases of death and for those who can afford $350,000 for a critical thinking, out of the box, best-practice attorney; However, I do have a good case just based on the medication and the associated HTN.  Further, had I been the ER physician on that night,   would have admitted to medicine with a primary dx of syncope unless I documented that the person was ‘shit faced’ with objective data like a blood alcohol and history high blood pressure.  (The doctor did not examine me)  As they stared at my elevated BP, I told them  it had never been that high, they were non-plussed, I was in pain for hours before I got 1mg of  Morphine. But  they added stress by yelling at me, ordering me to do things,  I could not do and letting me suffer in pain while they watched. –I just never framed it clearly. .