These are online dating profiles sent in and we do not endorse any.One of the largest hospitals in the country is chasing a bill of more than £500,000 from a Nigerian woman who gave birth to quadruplets.They seem a bit fruitless at times.’Mr Facey is also chasing a bill of £59,000 from a 56-year-old woman from the Philippines who underwent heart surgery.Sonia became ill in November while visiting her sister, and had the procedure in the renowned cardiac unit at trust’s Hammersmith [email protected] Hi Guys an Sonia living in Ghana and working. I would like to meet single men who are serious minded, responsible, matured,trustworthy,warmhearted and kind to people.We can start dating and who knows, it will lead to something else! Disclaimer: This is a free online dating website trial for Asklovedr.She has since recovered and flown home with her sister, but neither are able to pay the bill.
Priscilla is currently staying at a hostel run by a charity and is unable to afford the bill.The woman, who was not identified at the time, had a caesarean at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, after she was transferred there from another due to pregnancy complications. The case was uncovered through a series of freedom of information requests, sent by the Daily Mail to all hospitals in England.A spokesman confirmed the hospital was owed £348,683 by the mother, who gave birth in 2015.When first warned of the high treatment costs by overseas visitor manager Terry Facey, she says: ‘I didn’t plan to come here.‘It’s only money. The last bill I had was £331,000 but – even if I worked every day – I would never earn that much money.My kids are priceless.’Mr Facey, who has worked at the trust for 12 years trying to collect bills for overseas patients, says: ‘Those invoices are going to be huge ... 'We will gently push forward and do what we have to do, we’re governed by the rules and regulations.