- "It became clear to me that as a matter of policy, the hospital was coping with a large number of local patients using its ER for ordinary medical care by passive-aggressive neglect. Unless you walked in with an immediately and obviously life-threatening condition, time would be your triage, not a medical professional. If you could endure waiting eight to nine hours, that was proof that your condition was sufficiently serious that you might need urgent care."
- A sad occasion obviously but a lovely account. Look out for the photo of two Doctors and the vicar.
- Andrew Hickey not hugely impressed by Blackout / All Clear.
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