Patients and their loved ones often feel that there are too many doctors and too few nurses. They rotate in shifts that are shorter than they used to be; your daytime doctor is unlikely to be your nighttime doctor.
By: Laura Nathanson, MD, FAAP
Author of What You Don’t Know Can Kill You
We’re going through a sticky patch in hospital care. Patients and their loved ones often feel that there are too many doctors (and you rarely see the same one twice) and too few nurses (and it’s hard to get their attention). Worse: it’s hard to figure out …