My question involves medical malpractice in the state of: California. In June 2010 my wife went to see a Dr. to have a diverting colostomy bag because she has a perforated rectum into her vagina from a sigmodoscopy that happened in Aug 2009. My wife has been neglected since then because she lost her insurance. On about June 4th 2010 the surgeon did a procedure on my wife and set her up for surgery on Jun 21st. 2010. As we were leaving the nurse told us the doctor forgot to have her sign a waver for the procedure he did on her. The procedure he did caused severe pain and burning. My wife didn't have a PCP so I called the doctor that did the procedure and asked if he could prescribe her something for the pain and burning which he denied. On June 18th she went to the pre surgery check in where they told my wife she had e-coli and a complated UTI. She asked for antibiotics and they said they don't have antibiotics there. As we were leaving the nurse said you have a $2000.00 a month share of cost and canceled her surgery until further notice. I called the surgeon on Monday morning to find out what her platelet count was because she all so has ITP. A blood platelet desise where pain and stress among other things makes her platelets drop to dangerous levels. I called all day Monday and at about 5:00 pm they told me her platelets were at a dangerous level and take her to the ER. I got upset and asked why they waited all weekend and I had to call all day for them to tell me to take her to the ER. I took her to Loma Linda hospital and they admitted her. When they released her the release papers said the doctor requested not to treat my wife due to a conflict with her husband. The hospital sent her home to suffer without repairing her perforated rectum and without a colostomy bag. They set her up for surgery on Jan 7th for a colostomy bag. On Jan 3rd we went to the pre surgery check in where Sergio said the same surgeon canceled her surgery for no known reason again.