In the Emergency Department where I work, the number of patients we see pushes 200 some days. We assess and treat a lot of people, mostly for lumps and bumps, breaks and bruises, but also for major, cataclysmic, life-altering events — MIs, trauma, stroke, what-have-you.
I have a problem. The moment to the patient leaves . . . → Read More: Those Emergency Blues: Just Because I Don’t Remember You Doesn’t Mean I Didn’t Care