Hospital from Hell

Hospital from Hell

by Norman Preston

The coronavirus hit the hospital from out of nowhere. Nobody could have possibly seen it coming or could have prepared for what to do. At least, not in the environment that the workers were forced to practice medicine in. “I am everything and you are nothing!” screamed Callie, the future Senior Vice President of Patient Affairs, at the audience who was reviewing data showing how the coronavirus was spreading and the hospital’s efforts to save the lives of those with the most serious cases. Callie typed something on her computer and the data disappeared. The audience, composed mostly of doctors and nurses, raised their voices in shock and anger. Callie only had to remind the audience that she could fire them unless they did exactly what she told them to do. The audience quieted down, and those who were presenting the data were forced from the auditorium, humiliated and dejected as weeks of work had been just deleted.The hospital was now blind. They didn’t know how many coronavirus cases were in the hospital. They didn’t know how many cases were in the area. They didn’t know how much equipment to order, how many doctors and nurses to hire, or how many beds are ready for new cases. What could the hospital do?

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