Ha, now you’re getting into what ardillaun referred to earlier. The ones that do, need designated parking near the hospital.So you are saying all consultants in every discipline deal with emergency situations?
When not at work, many consultants are on call, even when they have on call cover. Some patients cannot be handed over to another on call consultant.Also they are always on call and never work regular shifts where they arrive as normal with no emergency situation. Interesting.
At ER, there are people on hand to assist arriving emergencies. If both parents need to be in the car to park it, the children may not be disabled at all.Will the " disabled children" walk in themselves after being dropped at the door by their parents? Maybe they'll fill in some forms while their parents are looking for a spot? Will they explain their medication to some inadequately vetted junior doctor while their parent is circling the neighborhood?
No, I would allow that non disabled people understand that reserved parking is not reserved for them.Would you employ a doctor in the car park to determine whether a patient is enough of an emergency to be allowed park next to the consultants and hospital managers?
Ah now. We were talking about parking spaces etunia:We certainly have:
We have lost sight of who the childrenâ€™s hospital is being built for
Although we forgot a long time ago who our health service is for.