They don’t make enough jello for the cafeteria and it should be available to patients only. There is no reason for a visitor or doctor to eat from the limited daily supply of Jello. If I were CEO of London Health Sciences Centre this would be a strictly enforced rule.
Dr. Jhou and Dr. Hernandez rock.
The drugs I took before my MRI have me convinced that I was curled up in a ball during the test even though I have seen the machine and know this isn’t possible.
I am most looking forward to having my hair properly washed. Because of my PICC line I can’t get my right forearm wet. Any volunteers?
A good friend of ours who is an esteemed professor of philosophy here at western was on the committee that oversaw and approved this iv-at-home
(PICC line) Technology. We never knew.
The cooks here do surprisingly well with some dishes. I think we should concentrate on those meals rather than the grey ones that smell like dog food.
If you work in a hospital and you are kind to a patient for no reason at all it means more than you know.