BEWARE!! If I wasn't there everyday and a practicing RN knowing what should and shouldn't have taken place, I would think this an episode of "Scrubs". A one hour, routine ELECTIVE surgery turns into a 9-day multi-doc collaborative murder, yes, I said murder!! The Docs which were few and far between, did not listen when given Pt.'s medical info that proved to be the beginning of "the end", then tried to cover their collective asses in the Patient chart. Some meds were ordered that would have worsened the condition if the Rn and I had not agreed that the med was an antihistamine, and not an antiemetic. I had to tell her the name of the medicine that was needed, There were a few RNs that were competent and caring, but many were brusque and in a rush ( I guess that's how bedsores developed from shearing forces in just 5 days) I could go on & on about malplaced NG tubes X 2 days, unit manager saying they could take care of that sick of a patient there when I asked to have her transferred to ICU. Problem is, she wasn't even sick when she was admitted. She was very self-sufficient, active, amiable, and happy. Unfortunately, that life ended too short in the wonderful world of Bryn Mawr Hospital!! If I were you, I'd stay away, stay FAR away.