We haven’t seen anything like that yet
8:30am Wednesday morning. The 200 seats in the hospital chapel are taken. 50 people are standing on the stairs and behind the chairs. In the waiting room are more than 120 patients following the church service on the screen on the wall. 50 more listeners are standing packed tightly in front of the entrance to the chapel. 50 to 80 more are standing outside waiting to be let in. You would think that 500 patients are able to stop the operation of the hospital. But that’s not the case. The workflow is surprisingly fast.
What couldn’t we all accomplish if we had 10 more long term doctors and 20 nurses. The reason for this onrush are thankful patients. They are coming back over and over again and bring their friends and neighbors.