I have been an RN for one year and I work at a fairly large private hospital on the pediatric floor. Whenever we admit the child of a family that has contributed financially to our hospital management is always on our backs telling us we need to treat these patients/families "like gold". They expect us to bend over backwards for these families. I disagree, I don't feel its appropriate to treat any particualr patient better than your next. I treat all my patients "like gold", as much as possible. If i have the extra time to go out of my way, I do it for all of them, not just one. I am a stickler for our hospital policies especially on our floor because of safety issues and what not. I don't bend the rules for anyone and I don't like to feel the pressure fom management to do so. am I in the wrong for practicing this way?