Inside Medicine: Single or double room – or a ward?

Mar 20, 2014 Full story: Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Lots of people hope for a private room when they go to the hospital. As you can imagine, private rooms cost hospitals more to build and more to run.

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stan the man

Espanola, Canada

#1 Mar 29, 2014
I THINK THAT SEMI PRIVATE IS SAFER FOR THE PATIENTS AND LESS CHANCE OF CATCHING SOMETHING IN THE HOSPITALS. THAT IS AS LONG AS DUE DILIGENCE IS USED WHEN CLEANING ROOMS.ROOMS NEED TO BE CLEANED COMPLETELY ON A REGULAR BASIS. NOT JUST PATIENTS RUN THROUGH LIKE CATTLE. WARDS ARE NOISY WITH HUSTLE AND BUSTLE,NURSES YAKKING UP A STORM ABOUT TRIVIA WOMEN CRAP. COFFEE BREAKS ARE FOR THAT.THE WORK TIME IS FOR HELPING PATIENTS.

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