Sometimes, on a show, a doctor and a nurse will go into a linen closet for sex. When I see that, my first thought is, where do they find these closets? All the linen closets I have seen are too small for sex. In a hospital, the patient rooms are moneymakers. Hospitals convert any room big enough for sex into a patient room. When you see a small patient room in a hospital, usually big enough for one patient, you can assume that it was a linen closet before conversion. If it were too small for a patient room, someone would covet it for an office.
Then there is the unbelievable idea that a nurse and doctor, or even worse, two doctors, could disappear from a ward into a linen closet. Believe me, when a doctor is on a ward, every single nurse knows their
location--many of the married ones too. They do not have to use a linen closet. All hospitals have rooms where doctors can sleep and lock the door.
The other problem that I have about nurses disappearing with doctors is that one of the performance indicators for hospitals is how fast nurses answer the call lights (the button or light that patients use to summons a nurse). No wonder the answer rate is so low. Of course, the doctors and
nurses could conduct their little romps during breaks, but breaks are usually 15 minutes. What do they do for the other 13 minutes?
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