Nichole Rolfe Sues Baker College For Being Forced To Lie To Patients About Vaccinations
Nichole Rolfe recently filed the lawsuit in Flint Michigan against Baker College claiming she and other students were instructed to threaten patients into receiving immunizations. The lawsuit was filed in Genesse Circuit Court on Monday, April 6, 2015.
Rolfe claims she was dismissed from the school’s nursing program because she strongly disagreed with the school’s policy to lie to patients to get them to accept vaccinations. Rolfe claimed one instructor told her class,
“…that we would go in there if they declined and then we would use threats to coerce them.”
Threats could include:
“You’re going to lose your Medicaid and if you lose your Medicaid because you refuse the vaccine you will have to pay for your entire hospital stay.”
Rolfe also claimed she was instructed to tell new fathers that they wouldn’t be able to enter the hospital floor to see the newborn children if they did not immediately get vaccinated against various diseases, including whooping cough. Rolfe questioned the school’s policy because onsite vaccination right before entering the nursery wouldn’t protect babies.
Rolfe stated that onsite vaccinations would do nothing to stop the spread of the disease because the fathers wouldn’t have had time to build immunity. They could actually spread the disease immediately following immunization.
The school claimed it terminated Rolfe from the program because she became overly aggressive in her questioning of school policy.