Insane visitors! - page 8

I'm a graduate nurse (took my NCLEX last week) and I work on a postpartum floor in a rural hospital, and for the most part, I love it. I'm just a little baffled by some of the visitors we get -- we... Read More

  1. by   SmilingBluEyes
    that is why private LDRP's or LDR and P's are the ONLY way to go. Too bad, the military has not caught on such privacy once you have had a baby. They need to tightly control visitors in a semi-private room situation, for the sanity of all patients involved. but then, who gets rest in the hospital ANYway?
  2. by   NurseyNursey
    My dh delivered my twins. I was complete at change of shift. Most of the staff from both shifts were in there. Plus the OR crew, in case I needed a section. Spectator sport!
  3. by   NurseyNursey
    When I was in the Navy, we didn't have many private post-partum rooms, but we did keep very strict visiting hours.
  4. by   Scavenger'sWife
    Best one I have to share is from when I did a rotation in L&D while in school. The patient had her mom with her, her husband .....and the baby's father. Wierd. They all seemed to get along just fine.
  5. by   at your cervix
    wow, that is funny that you would say that because i had that exact situation today. Just hours ago!!!!!!!