Royal Columbian Hospital

March 6, 2011 by staff 

Royal Columbian Hospital, Board of having a hospital emergency room in Canada’s New Westminster was so full that the doctors decided to set up beds in the adjoining cafe – reported last week the Canadian media.
As he described daily “The Globe and Mail, the Royal Columbian Hospital doctors made the decision when the parties Chamber bursting at the seams, and the patients could not provide even a little bit of privacy. For located in the same building as the Chamber of receptions Tim Hortons coffee inserted a couple of beds and patients have used them for almost hours, from hours to almost po’z'nowieczornych noon the next day.

Official added that the hospital doctors had once discussed the possibility of a loose use of space adjacent cafes, and now, in an emergency situation, they decided to make a decision. Doctors found that the cafe is a better solution than setting more beds in hospital corridors. They assured that the coffee shop carefully cleaned – before placing it on their patients and taking away.

Patients in the cafe, and so had a lot of luck – as described CTV, just this evening to a hospital, which is the main trauma center in the province of British Columbia, helicopters brought in many patients, in addition, there were also many patients with influenza.

The case utilization of a “Timmy’s” for the hospital was even the cause of the opposition questions during the session of the House of Commons of the Canadian parliament. The health minister believes British Columbia doctors decide right and states that a few years ago, ambulances with patient’s just czeka? Yby queued outside the hospital.

Tim Hortons is a chain coffee shop a bit cheaper than the U.S. Starbucks, but the Canadian capital. Is identified with the typical coffee bar and daily average Canadian.

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