Hospital crew that are really noisy!!! I should I report them??
January 20, 2007 10:22pm CST
I had a friend who just went on the hospital with their kids and they were on the ward the owner of the hospital are not around. These nurse and other staff who are duty that day are very noisy to think that they are on the hospital and most people there are sick and they really laugh very laud. My friend of mine is asking me if she will going to report these people or not, or just let the other people there to report those guys. If you were on the situation will you report them to the management or let other people to report them??
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21 Jan 07
Yes I would report them. They are probably noisy because they know that the director is not around. That is extremely unprofessional not to mention uncourteous to the people having to stay there. Call the director when he or she is there so these people can be reprimanded.
22 Jan 07
Yes it's true that they are noisy because the director is not around. I agree with you they are very unprofessionals they really dont consider those people who are there, those people who are sick and yet cant take a rest because they are so noisy.
23 Jan 07
I can say that being in ward is really noisy. I would like to asked if such hospital is a public or private one coz if its private hospital you can easily make complaint's about the behavior of nurses on duties.During the times I had been hospitalized in a government hospital nurses station is indeed noisy, but I do also understand that during night time they really needed it to fight out sleepiness.I just want to asked as well if what type of hospital crew are you talking about? If you really like to report them , you must look for their head as they are not of the same. For nurses , its Head Nurse, for Doctors, Board of Directors, for attendant, midwifes,hospital aid you can go to hospital management. I guess I will not report them unless they had not done their work as a hospital crew. Or if they do it more than the usual circumstances. I would rather tell them personally about their behavior.