Spot on. Large Victorian?I've often said that our healthcare will end up killing someone.
I've seen the orderly officer frantically phoning round to get a first aid trained member of staff to attend another member of staff having a suspected heart attack.
Healthcare refused to treat him because he wasn't an offender. Don't nurses sign up to the Hippocratic oath?
I've taken a prisoner out on an emergency escort with a "badly lacerated finger". After four hours in A & E, the nurse removed the dressing to reveal what most people would have put under the tap & then shoved a plaster on for a couple of days. I felt obliged to apologise for wasting their time & tax payers money.
I've seen knife wounds that needed stitching treated with a plaster. I've seen a prisoner having a fit (not spice related, but the worst I've ever seen) & all the two nurses could do was stand there crying, etc, etc, etc.
Due to the "nationality" of most of the nurses, it's hard enough to understand what they're saying face to face never mind on the radio.
Unsurprisingly, healthcare here is provided by a private company. Cheaper apparently.
Needless to say, SOP now for staff injuries or ailments is to ignore healthcare & deal with it ourselves. Should the situation warrant it, blue light ambulance.