San Juan Regional Medical Center seek...

San Juan Regional Medical Center seeks volunteers for several programs

There are 5 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Nov 3, 2013, titled San Juan Regional Medical Center seeks volunteers for several programs. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

Volunteers Kaye Rassam, left, and Mary Stahle help customers on Friday at the gift shop in the San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington.

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Pinata

United States

#1 Nov 4, 2013
I can't volunteer. Too busy holding down two jobs to have enough money to pay HOSPITAL BILLS that are waaaaay above and beyond what my insurance thought their "services" were worth.
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Nov 5, 2013
Most volunteers are elderly and prone to infection by viruses both airborne and contact.
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Hospitals are full of sick people and oftentimes teeming with sick visitors and kids with runny noses wiping snot on everything they touch
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Elderly are best only exposed to Dr's offices, urgent care facilities, ER's and hospitals if they are themselves sick.
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Most elderly avoid healthcare facilities like the plague because of their increased chances of coming into contact with infection organisms.
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Kudos to the elderly that do expose themselves to the hospital environs volunteering, but you won't see most there for good reason.
Baby puncher

United States

#3 Nov 5, 2013
lolol wrote:
What a dummy! Didn't you even read the news article? They say the elderly mostly leave for warmer climates during flu season. And, those that stay behind have to have flu shots as well as wear masks. Plus, I'm sure the mandatory training trains them how to deal with sick people and avoid infections. I know you won't be volunteering as it requires an emotional commitment. "lolol"
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Nov 5, 2013
Baby puncher wrote:
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What a dummy! Didn't you even read the news article? They say the elderly mostly leave for warmer climates during flu season. And, those that stay behind have to have flu shots as well as wear masks. Plus, I'm sure the mandatory training trains them how to deal with sick people and avoid infections. I know you won't be volunteering as it requires an emotional commitment. "lolol"
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why don't you go work for nothing in a environment of illness, oh but keep away from the nursery, your screen name indicates a deep seated hatred for the defensless young.
Baby puncher

United States

#5 Nov 7, 2013
lolol wrote:
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why don't you go work for nothing in a environment of illness, oh but keep away from the nursery, your screen name indicates a deep seated hatred for the defensless young.
Yawn.

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