Read the article. I'm sure Childress feels a little regretful this morning, but it is a flattering, humorous article that depicts Chattanooga as an outdoor mecca--ticks, chiggers and humidity not withstanding.
Oh, and the guy talking about the sixes? He must have been trolling for dudes.
Excellent patient care is more than just the right medicine or the right surgery. Personal relationships, communication, comfort and all the things that go into a patient's experience can be just as important. To deliver a great experience you hire good people and then support them with good training.
So good for Erlanger. I don't want to go to the hospital, but if I need to, its good to know they care enough to train and be prepared.
Wait a minute. Is this the same attorney the TFP quoted in the paper just two days ago as representing the disgruntled officers versus Erlanger. And the "Staff" reporting on this story did not think that relevant?
What an example of deliberately inflammatory reporting. No Tennessee tax dollars are going to Hutcheson, and the reporter knows it. When did Rupert Murdock take over the Times?