Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by seali_me, Oct 19, 2011.
its much worse.
That would never happen in the hospital I work in. What a disgrace.
how old was that policy?
fuck. what 3 months?
.... That's.... Disappointing.
Why is it so hard for people in these situations to put common sense above policy?
I guess the policy is god.
Says the guy who's never worked in an environment where stepping outside the bureaucratic rules can be a VERY bad thing.
Yea, but I think that it'd just be bad for a hospital's public image if someone was laying on the ground in front of the building, injured, and had to wait until an ambulance got there. An ambulance that was late to the scene, I might add.
The world's getting more and more evil as the days pass on. This is about as bad as that old lady who had a heart attack in a mental hospital. No one helped her or called for help, and to make matters worse, a security guard/cop pulled up a freaking chair and SAT DOWN TO WATCH.
Liability is a hell of a thing.
C. difficile de penser? mon ostie! the only epidemic i see in this hospital is they hire robots for employees.
Unfortunately so. If anyone steps outside the rules (stupid as those rules might be) to help and something goes wrong then the person that helped will get all the blame and be sued or something. When faced with that possibility many people in these situations will just stay out of it even if common sense and a want to help would be the natural and obvious way to act.
It's a sad shitty situation but that's the way the world has become.
Why did you even post?
And yet, this doesn't surprise me.
Everything, even the most commonplace of things, seems to be entangled in a web of red tape.
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