Yes, I am not the floor cleaner, plumber or remote control repair man, but I AM the one who has to listen to it for the next twelve hours if family thinks the floor is disgusting, or if people keep coming in and slipping on the floor because of the broken plumbing, or a patient can't watch TV. I don't like it but it's true. Maybe this is the wrong answer. If we all stood up for ourselves there would be housekeepers, plumbers and remote control repairmen ready to do an A+ job at all times. Families, doctors and other employees wouldn't look at the nurse when something like this was wrong. But in my world, the above mentioned other employees aren't always there, and I don't want to listen to it for 12 hours.
I do agree though, do your BEST not to get into it with ANY other practitioners. You need everyone on your side. If people don't like you they will make your life miserable.