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Saturday, April 08, 2017


Mary Keon

Thanx, Tom, Will look for this. I did a few rotations at Bellevue when I was in school. The hospital always had a bleak, "public institution" feel but much of the staff is very highly skilled and they see absolutely everything. They have always operated on a shoestring budget and this makes it hard to deliver things like adequate staffing, which directly impact quality care. When I was a nurse, if a cop was shot on the Eastside, they always wanted to be taken to Bellevue. If they were shot on the West Side, they wanted to go to St. Lukes. Mary

tom faranda

Mary just hit the link and read the book review - it's very interesting.

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