One is a trach and both have Gtubes and require feedings at night. They are in seperate bedrooms and the nurse is expected to sit in the living room and listen for alarms. I am not going to accept this case. I don't feel comfortable having 2 patients both getting feedings that I cannot visualize at all times, what if one of them vomits, especially the trach patient, and aspirates?! Also I didn't get any training, literally walked in the door and PCG couldn't wait to go to bed, I didn't know where any supplies was located and it was dark. I will be calling the agency to let them know I have decided not to accept the case!