…with my last maternity hospital. No name.. no name..
Here are my reasons:
1. It’s so darn difficult to call in to make appointment. Never ever that I dialed their number once and had someone answered the phone. Never.
2. One time, Fiamma wet my bed slightly before 6 a.m. and so I asked the nurse to change the sheet. She replied saying that the morning shift staff would change it. I said ok thinking that the morning shift would start at 6 a.m. Over an hour later, my bedsheet was still wet and so I asked a different nurse to change it. She also said the morning shift staff would change it. After waiting for sometime, I ended up breastfeeding Fiamma and slept on Kris’ folding couch (and not a comfy one at all) until someone changed the sheet at around 8:30-ish. Over two hours later!
3. It seems there’s a lack of SOP or something. On my second evening, I wasn’t provided with a new kimono (and a new towel too) to wear after shower. Luckily I brought my own breastfeeding dress. However, when the next morning I still didn’t get anything to change to I just had to ask for a kimono. A nurse came giving me a kimono but the one for operation procedure. The one with opening at the back instead of the one with front opening. She aplogized for giving that since it’s the only things available and none of the regular in-room kimono because, as I was told, they were full house at that time. At first I said ok but then I realized how could I breastfeed if the kimono opening is at the back. Do they expect me to lift the entire front side of the operating kimono? So a few hours later I asked another nurse for an in-room kimono hoping that with a few hours difference they would have new stocks delivered. I received the same response that no in-room front opening kimono is available because every single room in the hospital is occupied. Ehh??! Someone please send a mathematician, a statistician, a primary school student, just whoever please to help this hospital management to calculate their rooms and tell them to calculate their patients beds by at least 5 times and that’s how many kimono they should have.
4. When the staff learned that I was to check-out that afternoon (note that I wrote afternoon), they asked me if I still want the bedsheet changed that morning. Again, shouldn’t there be an SOP of what to do? If yes, they should just do their routine, instead of the other way around asking a patient if their routine is necessary. For new mom, sleep is important and almost guaranteed that after overnight use, their bedsheet is pretty much a mess and a clean crisp new linen would be much appreciated for the next 5 hours of their stay in the hospital.
There are a few more reasons why I wasn’t in love with my last hospital but these above would be the highlights. Again, I will not mention name.. and will check and edit some old posts/comments that made reference to the hospital because my millions are yet to come down from the sky to pay any lawsuit. If you really really want to know which hospital I’m talking about here.. call me )
Udah seminggu lebih punya profesi baru. Jadi supir angkot dengan penumpang tetap 3 orang selain diri sendiri. Dua kali sehari nyetrika jalan xbata-pancoran-tendean-scbd-tendean-durentiga-xbata. Yang paling susah kalau penumpang sedikit alias tinggal satu. Karena penumpang yang selalu nebeng sampai pool ini suka moody. Kadang nangis mendadak karena haus tapi sering juga nangis jejeritan karena bosan dan minta digendong. Jadi selayaknya supir angkot lain, yang ini pun sering ngetem dan paling sering ngetem di pom bensin.
Oh mama oh papa… ternyata jadi supir angkot itu berat ya, Buuu.
PS yg ga nyambung: saya merindukan koneksi internet kantor yg cepat.