Sitting in the ward, I noticed that the curtain that runs round the bed was fouled by the door to the ward - if you wanted to pull the curtain round, you needed to close the door a bit (hoping that no one would open it and tear the curtain. They should have either moved the curtain rail by 2", or made the door 2" smaller.
Apparently, according to the nurse all wards are like this.
Additionally, they had a big wall clock in the ward. Of course, it was mounted above the door to give everyone a clear view ? No, it was mounted *next* to the door. So one half of the ward couldn't see it if they had their curtains round.
Reminded me of another visit to a hospital a few years ago. They had just refurbished it to the tune of millions, and some fuckwit decided the *only* entrance into the hospital was by revolving door - even for wheelchairs.
It's when you realise we are paying for this, you start crying :(